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A very cool option for your vinyl and record deck, but the Draper 1960s-style media console at Urban Outfitters is tough to get hold of.
Your new whiskey and vinyl cabinet. In the ’50s and ’60s, record player consoles were the epitome of bachelor pad cool: the ultimate living room showpiece; but they were also known for their warm sound and sonic range. Harking back to that golden era, husband and wife team Luno have created the EGB2, a beautiful […]
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Mid Century Console Record Player Console | Etsy
"Hand crafted record cabinet made with carefully selected hardwoods. Stores 100-180 records depending on size. 30\" tall x 14.75\"deep Inside receiver dimensions are 8\"tall x 14\"deep 18.5\" internal width on 20\" console 24.5\" internal width on 26\" console 30.5\" internal width on 32\" console Featured item is 20\"walnut Each piece is handmade with carefully selected wood. Grain patterns vary, especially in maple and walnut. If you have a piece to match or certain aesthetic please…
The Provo Record Storage Console offers a sleek, modern design. Combining the look of beautiful woodgrain and metal, this console has dedicated space for audio components, records, and your favorite turntable. With your record player at the ready, you can dip into your favorite LPs from the top shelf that adjusts to hold up to 60 standard albums or do a deeper dive on the bottom shelf which holds up to 120 more. Create your own private listening room with this all-in-one media stand.
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Mid Century Modern Media Cabinet Record Player Stand TV | Etsy
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A custom handmade Walnut Record Cabinet. Designed and built by Furniture Maker and Craftsman Nick Pedulla, based in Sydney's Northern Beaches
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I love making things work. Even when I was young, there was little I liked more than taking things apart to see how they work. Alarm clocks, stereos, and on and on. Luckily, my passion for tinkering has led to some interesting opportunities. Most recently, I've mixed my need to make things work with my passion for mid-century furniture. My first project was a Magnavox rebuild. You can find plenty of reasons to be skeptical about restoring vintage record players. Clicks and Pops. When you…
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