We love our tech, so this new piece of scrumptiously designed kit has got us quite excited.
Any new turntable release will receive numerous reviews and adoration from music magazines and tech content providers all over the globe. The latest model from RMV (Retro Modern Vibe) is no exception.
The turntable was designed by Sang Keun Kim Kyung, Jun Lee Cheon, & Ryong Choi. The sleek and minimal spinner has received a dose of design magnificence as inspiration derives from typewriters and cameras.
If you take this turntable at face value, it comes across as relatively plain and simplistic. The more you delve into its specifications, the more its serious tech personality comes through.
The tonearm is digitally operated and mounted at two points across the platter and has a cartridge that travels freely within its hollow structure. Next to the platter is a very rigid control layout, with an on/off dial, volume kicker, and buttons to play, pause and skip, while the rear contains the more advanced controls, cleverly hidden from sight.
The RMV boasts a wall mounting feature amongst its display options whilst also having the ability to be laid flat or hung at an angle. Clever stuff.
A wonderfully sleek gadget with some serious tech behind it. A win all around. Find out more about the RMV HERE.