Are you in love with the way music sound when it is played via a vintage record player? Well, you are not alone. Many people have clung to their vintage records for the longest of time in hopes that they might find some use to these glorious vinyl records at some point and it seems that their hopes are finally coming true. Vinyl records are starting to make a huge comeback and it might not just be historical music albums that will be available on record.
Sony is pressing vinyl records again
The music industry is taking a huge step back in time because of one thing – trend. Vinyl records are becoming trendier with music lovers because the sound quality of these record players is something that cannot be duplicated by modern hi-fi stereo sets. Sony hasn’t manufactured records since 1989 but they recently started reproducing because these retro records are so high in demand. The first releases included older music types and popular Japanese songs but now you can even get some of the latest artist tracks on these huge black records.
So how are you going to play these massive records?
If you have a bunch of old records boxed up in the attic and are dying to get your hands on some new records then you can definitely start unboxing and dusting off because turntables are back on the market. Vinyl Vintage is a superb review site where you can check out the best turntables on the market. Their reviews include a wide range of the turntables that vary from modernized to turntables with a more historic or retro vibe. These turntables are available at a surprisingly affordable fee. But that isn’t the best part at all. Modern turntables can be combined with your home speaker system so you can enjoy music throughout your house or so you can play your favorite retro tune at a sound level that will nearly pop your eardrums. The turntables function a lot better and easier than vintage models and give you complete home functionality with modernized features that suit the modern home.
Top selling vinyl records of 2017
Since launching vinyl records there have been some pretty good successes. Here are the top bestselling vinyl albums of 2017;
– Divide by Ed Sheeran
– Guardians of the Galaxy – Awesome Mix 1 the Original Soundtrack
– Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles
– Ok Computers by Radiohead
– Human by Rag’n’bone Man
– Rumours by Fleetwood Mac
– Back to Black By Amy Whitehouse
– Legend by Bob Marley and the Wailers
– The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd
– Legacy by David Bowie
Hopefully, the vinyl record trend will keep growing so everyone will be able to buy more of these retro-looking records and start a fantastic retro collection. If you are looking for an improved sound that soothes the mood then you can also definitely consider getting a turntable.…