VNYL, the vinyl record subscription service, announces TRNTBL (pronounced turntable), the first Internet of Things record player with wireless audio streaming and social music sharing. TRNTBL is a first-of-its-kind vinyl record player that allows for social sharing by identifying the music – while it is spinning on vinyl – with the public, in real time. TRNTBL also offers a live tune-in, never before available to consumers, currently available exclusively on Spotify.
Additionally, TRNTBL streams uncompressed audio to Sonos’ entire line of premium audio products as a Music Service. VNYL plans to integrate TRNTBL with AirPlay and Bluetooth devices including external speakers and wireless headphones with its patent-pending technology.
“We believe TRNTBL can take center stage in your home. The player is beautifully designed to making listening to vinyl more accessible for this new and growing audience of premium music listeners,” said Nick Alt, VNYL’s Founder. “We look forward to connecting a new generation of vinyl lovers by way of the built-in sharing and community features of TRNTBL.”
TRNTBL comes in either Creme+Gold or Black+Gold and costs $420 MSRP but is available for a limited pre-order for $351 here.