Tired of lifting arm each time you play a record or when it’s finished playing? Not anymore, as Israel-based designer Roy Harpaz has created the latest remote-controlled vertical record player dubbed Toc. This vertical record player is not only gorgeous to look at, but also incorporates a digital sensor and a linear tracking system.
All thanks to the digital sensor, you can easily skip between tracks via remote control or LED touch buttons on the front walnut-wood panel. It also comes with special spherical bearings, which can play even old or damaged vinyl. So no need to discard old records as Toc can play all of them without interference.
Design of the vertical record player breaks the monotony of tedious horizontal turntables, where vinyl usually rests on sound system like a pancake. But Harpaz wanted to add modern touch to the retro sound system, so he created a stylish sleek upright record player using walnut wood finishing. Besides being a quality sound system, the Toc record player doubles up as chic home decor object to enhance any interior.
Already jumping to purchase this hi-end record player? Hold onto your horses, as it is just a project and not to be launched commercially, as for now. Don’t worry, will keep you updated if we hear anything about its availability in future.
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