Cardboard Record Player

by Ally

I don’t know anyone anymore that actually owns a record player.  I still find them interesting, but I can’t say that I’ve found much of a need to rush out and get one.  Well for those of you that would like to have something small and easily hidden around, this record player is one way to do it.  What was formerly nothing more than a sleeve for a record gets reshaped and reused as a record player.

Sure, it’s nothing top of the line and it will probably need a little help from you, but it would still work.  In order to get it up and running, just assemble all of the corrugated cardboard into the proper formation.  Then just put a pencil in the center of the record on the player.  The vibrations will then go through the needle and become amplified by the cardboard.  It was just something that was sent out to creative directors across North America in order to demonstrate GGRP’s sound engineering capabilities.

Source: NerdApproved

2 reviews or comments

itamar Says: April 20, 2010 at 7:11 pm

I just read this article and I must admit it’s basically cool, I own a record player,professional one, its sound is better than any digital way you guys use to listen to music
either way,about this gadget, the needle may ruin your records so don’t try this at home, at a record player the needle is extraordinary and barely touch the record, so for those who don’t understand at this topic,don’t try it at home cuz it might ruin your records.

Marcel Says: November 12, 2010 at 8:21 pm

How do you place an order? would love to see theses as invitations!

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