New machine allows users to cut their own vinyl records

New machine allows users to cut their own vinyl records

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New machine allows users to cut their own vinyl records

A new device called the Phonocut, which allows users to cut their own 10 inch vinyl records, is currently available for pre order, and scheduled for a December 2020 release.
 Co - founder Florian Kaps had the following to say regarding the product: 
"Digital has a big problem, you know — it’s not real,” Kaps said. “You can very easily access it, but you only can see it, or you can hear it. You never can lick it, you cannot smell it, and you can’t touch it. We human beings do have these five senses. And at the end of the day, we need all these five senses to fall in love, to feel happy, to build trust."
 Exciting times for vinyl enthusiasts!

Get more information at their website: https://phonocut.com/
A new device called the Phonocut, which allows users to cut their own 10 inch vinyl records, is currently available for pre order, and scheduled for a December 2020 release.
 Co - founder Florian Kaps had the following to say regarding the product: 
"Digital has a big problem, you know — it’s not real,” Kaps said. “You can very easily access it, but you only can see it, or you can hear it. You never can lick it, you cannot smell it, and you can’t touch it. We human beings do have these five senses. And at the end of the day, we need all these five senses to fall in love, to feel happy, to build trust."
 Exciting times for vinyl enthusiasts!

Get more information at their website: https://phonocut.com/

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