The World's First Wireless and Socialized Turntable Is Here
TRNTBL allows an audience to identify and remotely stream the tracks from a spun record.
Photo via VNYL
If you thought DJing was as social as it could be, think again. A new turntable is about to change the way DJs and audiences interact.
The California-based record subscription club VNYL has announced TRNTBL, the first-ever record player with wireless audio streaming and social media capabilities. TRNTBL allows a DJ to spin records which are then streamed and identified as tracks the people can share digitally with friends, and it allows for a DJ to live-stream his tracks via Spotify so one can tune in remotely. It's also quite pretty.
TRNTBL will be compatible with Sonos, Bluetooth, and Airwave technologies. Pre-orders are normally $420, but for a limited time that price has been reduced to $351. Learn more about and purchase a TRNTBL here.