Laser Turntable works wonders

So you fancy being a DJ when you grow up, which is why you ought to get started on spinning those discs as soon as possible before you can catch a club manager’s eye. The Laser Turntable from ELP Corp. might play archaic vinyl discs, but like its name suggests, it uses laser in place of a needle. Since the laser beam does not physically damage your records from repeated playing, it is also capable of picking up audio information that has not been damaged before, giving you pure, unadulterated analog sound. Even severely damaged platters can still be heard thanks to the wonders of laser technology. Unfortunately, such abilities come at a price, and a very high one at that. The Laser Turntable costs a jaw-dropping $9,900.


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