10 Best Looking Retro Modern Turntable Design

10 Best Looking Retro Modern Turntable Design

Joelle Alcaidinho
Sep 15, 2010

Despite our feverish iPod and iPhone love, our turntables show no signs of disappearing. Our record collections, which for many of us began when we were still in primary school, are loved and get played frequently. We are always on the lookout for a great turntable that will look as good as it sounds and in this roundup we take a look at ten of our favorites.

  • Denon DP-200USB: Sporting looks straight out of the '80s, this turntable is a hybrid vinyl ripper and player.
  • Montegiro Legno: This gorgeous turntable by German company Montegiro looks oh so sleek in bamboo and steel.
  • Crosley AV Room: With cute vintage styling, this portable record player is sure to look swell when in use or when stowed near your curated vintage luggage.
  • Audiowood Super 25: Designed by Joel Scilley, this turntable brings a touch of the woods into any space.
  • Crosley CR6005a: Another record player with vintage styling from Crosley, this time with a '60s flair.
  • Majik LP 12: The clean design of this turntable reminds us of all that fantastic mid century furniture that we covet.
  • Thorens TD700: This minimalist turntable has a clean throwback design that keeps it looking fresh and modern.

  • Pult Drei: Designed by Stella Moebel, this turntable is a great example of everything we love about floating furniture.
  • Pro-ject Debut 111: Available in a variety of bright colors, this turntable can match any color scheme.
  • Jensen Wood Turntable: While we cannot vouch for the sound from this turntable, the price is pretty sweet at under $100.

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