Flexson’s VinylPlay digital turntable has been selected by the New York Museum of Modern Art to appear in the NYCxDesign 2015 London Tech City collection, celebrating the best and brightest in British technology. VinylPlay will be on sale in MoMA Design Store outlets during New York Design Week from May 15th until the end of June.
Flexson’s London-based design team created VinylPlay to bridge the gap between complex, audiophile turntables and poor-quality digital decks. The unique design, precision-made in the UK (by Rega if its similarity to the RP1 is anything to go by) claims to combine true hi-fi quality with plug-and-play usability. “VinylPlay is a truly British reboot of the record player; for our design to be recognised by the MoMA Design Store is a real honour,” says Tony Jones, Flexson business manager and lead product designer.
Digital turntable that looks good and sounds great
Easy to set up; enjoy music in minutes
Just add powered speakers for instant music system
Pair with Sonos to stream records around your house
Make back-up, digital copies of precious records
True hi-fi quality, precision made in the UK
Sleek monochrome styling; available in gloss black and white
Protective, hinged lid
Plays singles and albums; 33 & 45rpm speeds
Available now, priced £329.99