TOC Standing Record Player by Roy Harpaz

Jul 9, 2015

Category: Tech

Last week, we covered a vertical turntable named The Floating Record. Now, it appears that the vertical record player might become a new trend as industrial designer Roy Harpaz has debuted a vertical, almond-shaped vertical record player named the TOC.

The Roy Harpaz Standing Record Player uses a linear tracking system to ensure that the analog sound is captured properly. It also has a modern vibe, thanks to its LED touch buttons and a remote control that actually allows you to skip songs. With the Standing Record Player, users are also able to play warped records without any issue, thanks to its spherical bearings. The TOC, which supports 7″, 10″ and 12″ vinyl records, comes with a built-in carbon fiber brush that captures dust to keep the stylus clean. It has an outer shell made of walnut wood, and its size is surprisingly small for being a record player. [Purchase]

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