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1970s-style Teac LP-P1000 Music Centre

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I don't think any of us have used the term 'music centre' for years, but it seems that the term is back for the rather retro Teac LP-P1000 Music Centre.


Retro in functionality too, as this 1970s-inspired audio system is built around a record deck. So if you love vinyl, it's already worthy of investigation. The deck plays at 33, 45 and 78rpm and features an auto-return tonearm, a rubber mat and a sapphire-tipped ceramic cartridge.

On top of that, you get a CD player, an AM/FM tuner with 40 presets and Bluetooth connectivity for streaming from your smartphone. Output is via the supplied two-way bass-reflex loudspeakers, offering around 25w output.

The system is available in cherry or black wood finishes, retailing in the UK for £450. Would look great on an old sideboard, that's for sure.

Find out more at the Teac website

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Via What Hi-Fi