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Toc Record Player Spins Your Vinyl Vertically

by Conner Flynn
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Toc is one beautifully crafted record player, even if it does sort of look like an almond merged with a record. It was designed by Roy Harpaz. It spins the vinyl vertically rather than horizontally, but more importantly it looks amazing doing it.

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A moving arm inside the shell contains the needle. The device can be controlled with a remote, or with LED touch buttons that are built into the front panel. There are very few record players that look this stylish. However, it gets better than just being a nice accessory to look at.

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The design even allows warped records to be played. Given the nature of vinyl discs being easily warped, that is a great bonus. You can also skip tracks on the record.

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At this point, the Toc is still in the prototype phases, but there’s another vertical turntable currently raising funds on Kickstarter – it’s not as sleek, but it has a built in audio system.

[via Designboom via Laughing Squid]

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