Because there should be a record player for every budget and the $19,000, $64,000 and $300,000 price-points were already covered, here's a $150,000 option. HAHA, recession.
The Onedof One Degree Of Freedom turntable was designed by NASA award winning aerospace engineer Aleks Bakman, and includes some unusual features. The self-centering 50-lb platter uses a liquid suspension to damp resonances, while the platter itself is filled with some kind of damping fluid. Bakman also described its noise canceling vertical motor adjustment, but to be honest the description went over my head.
Not gonna lie, if anybody ever tries selling me something that costs $150,000 and doesn't have at least one and half bathrooms, I'm walking in the opposite direction. No -- running. Get it?! Because I just stole whatever it was!
This turntable costs as much as a house [dvice]
Thanks to aaron, who's holding out for a $500,000 turntable because he's the 1% or something.
This is the $40,500 Meneghini La Cambusa refrigerator. It costs a fortune but keeps food cold just like the $400 fridge I bought on Craigslist. I don't know, maybe this one won't smell like a corpse when it shows up. The fridge includes, in no particular order: a refrigerator... / Continue →
This is the Catacoffin, a $35,000 coffin with a three-speaker 'Catacombo' sound system controlled by a touchscreen remote INSTALLED IN YOUR GRAVESTONE. You can create your own playlist to listen to on the way to hell or let visitors to your grave pick songs for you. *plays Ce... / Continue →
Because this is the sad, sad world we live in, Computer Choppers (think West Coast Choppers, then forget West Coast Choppers and think of a company that just coats electronics in expensive metals) is selling 24k gold-plated MacBooks. They're perfect for the person who wants th... / Continue →