Ikea’s Swedish House Mafia record player will go on sale next month

The Ikea record player made in collaboration with the Swedish superstar music group House Mafia is It will go on sale in October. The all-black device has an unsurprisingly simple look and will cost you $159.99 once it hits the maze-like Ikea stores.

Recording player is part of Comprehensive Obegränsad at IKEA (Swedish word for “unlimited”), which includes a modern armchair, desk, LED work lamp, recording stand, laptop stand, and shelving units, among other things. IKEA The record player was first announced in June, indicating the furniture maker’s second attempt to create and sell a record player. record player on it He was working on it in 2018 It never went on sale, but it looks like we’ve got a much better shot at getting our hands on the device this time around.

The elegant Obegränsad record player is powered by USB-C.
Photo: IKEA

IKEA Not many technical details were revealed About the record player, other than that played by USB-C, compatible with Eneby Bluetooth Speaker (albeit with a wired connection), and comes with a replaceable needle and cartridge. The retailer doesn’t give an exact date when the player will be on sale either, but we’ll update this article if we find out.

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