Spinbox DIY Turntable

May 17, 2017

Category: Tech

Actually building something draws you closer to it. It may not be the best at what it does, or even that good at all, but if you are the one who put it together – you’re not likely to care. You made it. That is what counts. That, in large part, is the appeal of the Spinbox DIY Turntable.

This turntable ships as a full, unassembled kit. Simply follow the 5 step process, and in just under twenty minutes you’ll have a completely functional turntable that will play your favorite vinyl records at 33, 45, or 78 rpm thanks to power provided via a Micro USB hookup. It even comes with an amplifier and speakers so you won’t need additional equipment to enjoy it. That being said, if you do want to attach your own monitors to the turntable you can easily plug them into the side of the box.

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