Audiophilia is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, you’ve been blessed with the ability to appreciate music as it was truly meant to be listened to — meaning that you can enjoy the sounds coming from your expensive audio setup in a way that normies simply can’t. On the other hand, you’ve plunked down thousands on audio equipment which doesn’t look good in anyone’s place, no matter how industrial your home decorating is. Luckily for you there’s the Wrensilva Loft Record Console, a thrilling marriage of downright good audio output and nordic design sensibilities.
The idea behind the Loft was to create a next-gen record player that still retained the capabilities of a larger console. That means that things like a 300 watt per channel amplifier, SONOS capability, an RCA auxiliary cable input, and a standard 3.55mm jack haven’t been removed in the pursuit of space and style.
Coming in at $3000, this console might be a bit more expensive than what you’re used to paying. That being said, you’ve got to bleed for being on the cutting edge. Trust us.