It was just yesterday, we were talking about this slick new vertical turntable called the TOC designed by Roy Harpaz, a beautiful piece of technology that has been making the rounds on all tech and design websites. Well, another day another new kick ass turntable, this one is called the Floating Record and is in production via crowd-funding.
We’re expecting an upside down, under water turntable any day now!
via GRAMOVOX: The Floating Record is a high-performance turntable that plays your records vertically through built-in, dynamic, full-range stereo speakers (or via RCA line out). We reimagined turntable technology that uses audiophile-grade materials and components. The result is a visually and mechanically sound way to experience vinyl music.
At Gramovox our design philosophy is to reimagine vintage audio design with modern technology. In this spirit, we sought to reimagine the record player. We yearned for a visceral vinyl experience that showcased the record as both art and a medium to produce analog sound. The result is a high-performance turntable that plays your records vertically—producing the illusion that it’s floating.