Vinyls are well and truly back!

Vinyls are well and truly back!

Do you have an old collection of vinyl records in your house, perhaps stored away somewhere that is out of sight but not out of mind? Or are you an avid collector of rare and vintage records, espousing the virtue of the analogue format to everyone you meet?

For a few decades, namely the 1980s to the early 2000s, vinyl records fell out of favour as cassettes and then CDs became the formats of choice. But in the mid-2000s, vinyl seemingly enjoyed a resurgence and it’s one that continues to this day.

Turntable

An estimated 860,000 vinyl records were sold in Australia in 2018 and if you are a true audiophile, you would understand why. The unique characteristics of vinyl pressings can take the listening experience to a whole new level.

But technology has moved on.

Now you can enjoy your record collection from any room in your house. Gone are the days where you would have to sit in the same room as the record player, perhaps tethered to it by a short headphone cable. Electronic Living work with leading brands of record players like Pro-ject and Rega to distribute your classic music collection into every room of your house through your multi-room audio system.

Distributed Audio

Today, you can enjoy the pops, hisses and crackles that are unique to your copy of Led Zeppelin IV wherever you are in your home before seamlessly switching to Spotify, to continue listening to your other favourite artists on the same distributed audio system. 

As audiophiles, the team at Electronic Living understand how emotionally connected someone can be to their record collection. Let us work with you to develop a system that allows you to celebrate music in a way that would please the content creators and yourself. Contact our team today!

Tags: Vinyl, Record Players, Turntables

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