IKEA and House Mafia launch a record player this fall
- CVE-2007-4559 Python vulnerability ignored for 15 years puts 350,000 projects at risk of code execution
- RISC-V only takes 12 years to achieve the milestone of 10 billion cores
- 14000 cores + 450W: RTX 4080 graphics card perfectly replaces the RTX 3080
- Big upgrade: The difference between Bluetooth 5.0 and 5.2
- Geeks Disappointed that RTX 4080/4090 doesn’t come with PCIe 5.0
- What are advantages and disadvantages of different load balancing?
IKEA and House Mafia launch a record player this fall.
IKEA, which has been working in the home furnishing field for many years, has gradually developed a strong interest in various new technologies in recent years.
But this article will introduce you to a record player that the company has announced plans to launch this fall.
It can be seen that as a member of the Obergränsad family, this product has been designed in cooperation with the Swedish House Mafia.
(From: IKEA official website )
The two have worked together to produce many consumer electronics products, and IKEA has announced matching desks and armchairs.
In fact, this isn’t the first turntable from IKEA. For example, in 2018, IKEA announced a product jointly created with Teenage Engineering.
It was originally expected to be released the following year, but unfortunately Teenage Engineering never listed it as an official product on the official website support page.
IKEA engineer Carmen Stoicescu revealed some key features of the record player, such as the use of USB power, preamplifier, and the design of replaceable stylus.
As for more technical details – such as whether it has built-in speakers, whether it supports Bluetooth wireless, or whether it is only a wired connection – it is currently unknown.
However, IKEA did note in a press release that the player will work with the Eneby Bluetooth speaker and will be available this fall with more than 20 other Obergränsad products.
- DIY a PBX (Phone System) on Raspberry Pi
- How to host multiple websites on Raspberry Pi 3/4?
- A Free Intercom/Paging system with Raspberry pi and old Android phones
- DIY project: How to use Raspberry Pi to build DNS server?
- Raspberry Pi project : How to use Raspberry Pi to build git server?