You spin vinyl but you also have music on your phone.
You appreciate quality stereo sound, with crisp highs and rumbling bass.
You wish a cabinet stereo from the early '60s could do all that, because they look really cool.
Stop dreaming! It's here.
This is a completely refinished Simpsons-Sears console stereo from the early 1960s, updated.
It now contains:
- A modern TEAC P495 magnetic-cartridge semi-automatic turntable with custom spring-platform shock mounting
- Two new Pioneer 6x9" two-way speakers powered by a new 50 Watt/channel Class-D amplifier
- A built-in tuned-port subwoofer with its own new 100 Watt Class-D amp
- Bluetooth 4.0 receiver
Own this one-of-a-kind combination of history and technology for $1250, delivered and set up anywhere in southern New Brunswick.