When did you make the jump from analog to digital when it comes to the music scene? Have you more or less digitized your entire music collection, or do you still have a soft spot for analog music? For those of you who love listening to your vinyl records, then you might want to check out this turntable from the folks over at Linn. Linn recently turned 40 years of age, and as part of its 40th birthday celebration, it decided to work alongside a fellow highland brand aptly known as Highland Park in order to roll out something that is out of the ordinary.
Both Linn as well as Highland Park have come together to recreate Linn’s flagship Sondek LP12 turntable, although they decided to settle on a wooden plinth that has been crafted from some of the distiller’s solid oak scotch whisky casks. Needless to say, there will only be 40 of these units available in the open market, and because of its high exclusivity, just 40 of such turntables will be produced. At such limited quantities, each of these unique turntables will cost you a whopping £25,000, which should be worth far more than your vinyl record collection – at least for the majority of us out there. Not only that, when you are tuning in to your favorite music and want to chill out with a drink, then you will be pleased to hear that there is also a 40-year-old bottle of Highland Park that is worth £900 making its way to stand beside the Linn Sondek LP12 turntable as a bundle.
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