Rare Turntables on Display at our Shop…
Reference Hydraulic Transcription Turntable:
A Clockwork Orange (1972)
As seen in Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange released in 1972. This is the turntable Alex played his beloved Beethoven records on in his bedroom. The Reference Hydraulic Transcription Turntable made by J.A. Mitchell Engineering Ltd. is an amazing award winning design, and was first produced in the 60’s. This rare turntable has been displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in NY and various museums around the world. Come down to the shop in North Vancouver and see this beautiful museum piece today.
Transcriptors Skeleton Turntable with Vestigial Arm
See Nick’s post The Transcriptors Skeleton Turntable: Perhaps the Most Beautiful? for why we think this turntable deserves a spot in our Rare Turntable Museum in our North Vancouver store. This is an amazing design incorporating some beautiful approaches to addressing some of the challenges of playing vinyl – created in 1973! Come down to The Turntable Shop and check it out in person.