April 15, 2023
David Sunnyside

trntbl review

If you're a fan of vinyl records, then you've probably heard about the new boom in popularity. People love the tactile nature of collecting physical records, and listening to their analog sound. VNYL is taking a modern spin on this classic medium with its Sonos-, Bluetooth-, and Spotify-compatible turntable called TRNTBL.

Designed with a unique audio amplification solution, TRNTBL delivers enhanced sound from your collection of old-school records through high-quality speakers like Sonos that can fill a whole house. You'll get a richer, more dynamic sound than you could get through your existing set-up.

The first Internet of Things turntable, TRNTBL enables wireless audio streaming to Sonos or other devices using AirPlay or Bluetooth. It also identifies what it's playing in real-time and shares information about that music with your friends or followers on Facebook, Twitter, and even Spotify.

It's not cheap, but it's worth a look if you're looking to add a more social element to your vinyl listening experience. It's also a great gift for the vinyl-loving musician in your life!

Featuring the same minimalist design as its predecessor, the Trntbl comes in four colors evoking pleasant hues derived from nature: Petal, Sunshine, Pine, and Stone. The player sports a translucent platter with gold knobs and tonearm, and supports both 33 1/3 and 45 rpm records.

VNYL's subscription service is still in its early stages, but the company has already made a name for itself by curating collections of hand-picked LPs. It recently opened a boutique storefront at the Goodland Hotel in Santa Barbara, California, and it turned heads with its unveiling of TRNTBL earlier this month.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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