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You’ve probably seen the traditional suitcase-style turntables everywhere lately as the popularity of vinyl has gone into the stratosphere. From Urban Outfitters to Target, it’s hard to walk into a big retailer these days and not see some kind of sales alter to vinyl and these inexpensive portable players. The suitcase category has been primarily targeted at audiences that were what we would call ‘bandwagon’ vinyl fans and usually a low-quality offering that is good enough but not great.

Last year the team at Victrola announced the Revolution Go, a truly portable turntable with a built-in battery that will last up to 12 hours. No need to tether yourself to a power source; now you can take it into the wild – think camping, glamping, a mountain top picnic, a remote cabin, you get the idea. You have to start somewhere, and the Rev Go is a much better place to start if you are a little more serious about playing wax.

Aesthetic + Design

One of the first things you will notice about the Rev Go is the sleek and modern design that is just as functional as it is beautiful. The product designers have solved some issues on several levels, from isolating the platter to dampen the vibration from the internal speaker to a detachable dust cover that can hold and display your vinyl selections. The unit features two ways to port it around, a foldable handle and a removable guitar strap allowing you to sling it around your shoulder.



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