VinylRecorder Home Vinyl Lathe Fits Over Technics Turntables

Who else wants a home record lathe that fits over a Technics 1200’s turntable?  The German made VinylRecorder T-560 provides stereo recording  on 7, 10, or 12 inch blank discs at 33, 45, and 78 speeds all while claiming to "100% scratching-proved." 

The only question is where was this contraption back in 1995?  Then again, with a price tag of 3200 EUR (approximately $4400 USD) this probably wouldn’t have been the utopian game changer that DJ’s had been dreaming of.

See VinylRecorder for more info.

[via Gear Wire]

More pics after the jump!



995 thoughts on “VinylRecorder Home Vinyl Lathe Fits Over Technics Turntables”

  1. too expensive, but I can’t help but drool over the implications of having one

    as a local urban music producer the ability to offer zero-day vinyl presses would add value to my business

  2. I respect the True School, vinyl purist ethic but hasn’t this machine been rendered totally obsolete by Serato and their ilk??

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