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halohalo Posts: 3,508
Listening to your vinyl on a speaker made from your vinyl collection!?!

Is this the ultimate in hi-fi or what???

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https://ksr-video.imgix.net/projects/2742544/video-780991-h264_high.mp4

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/uncommongoods/vintage-vinyl-bluetooth-speaker

Comments

  • jeremymarcinkojeremymarcinko Posts: 2,596
    Yeah I don't know about that
  • msgmsg Posts: 2,852
    Could get expensive.
    And I don't that I have that much room.
  • soundfreak1soundfreak1 Posts: 2,586
    Better pick a "non fatiguing" record. Cool Conversation Piece though.
  • WardswebWardsweb Posts: 707
    Being a DIY guy, I can't bring myself to spend this much money on a novelty. Now, I would make something similar for fun. Pick up a D-class amp with bluetooth for about $30 and a Pyle Blue Label coaxial (like the one you can see in Halo's pic) for $16. Then, make a horn from an old album by forming it over a metal bowl in the oven. Could be a cool project. I just think listening would get old quick.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 13,889
    some resonance damping would be required, I'd think.
    Maybe 180g, or heavier, pressings would be better.

    I'd also think about adding supertweeters made from 7" 45s, you know?

    ;)
  • nbrowsernbrowser Posts: 6,264
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    some resonance damping would be required, I'd think.
    Maybe 180g, or heavier, pressings would be better.

    I'd also think about adding supertweeters made from 7" 45s, you know?

    ;)

    Why not just use the shaped 45s as whizzer cones? :)
  • Toolfan66Toolfan66 Posts: 13,017
    I think it's cool from an artistic standpoint, if nothing else a conversation piece..

    I would bet one could make their own though..
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