IKEA x Swedish House Mafia Turntable @adafruit @johnedgarpark #IKEA
IKEA will be selling a record player as part of the new OBEGRÄNSAD collection in collaboration with electronic music artists Swedish House Mafia, as announced recently at the IKEA Festival at the 2022 Milan Design Week.
The collection will include a desk with integrated speakers, an armchair, and a record player, all of which will rotate continuously at 33 revolutions per minute. OK, that’s a lie. Only the turntable will spin of its own volition as far as we know.
The record player — IKEA’s first since 1973– is to be released in the Fall of 2022, will be powered via USB, and can be connected to speakers via stereo RCA cables.
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