Vinyl gives a uniquely warm sound that is missing in a lot of modern digital mediums. Play your vinyl the way it was meant to be heard... through a traditional record player. Records are definitely not a thing of the past and if you are looking for unparalleled sound quality and a touch of the past then have a look through our range of top-notch record players.
Working with industry-leading brands including GPO here at PMC we are committed to bringing a bit of retro style to your home. Our record players feature full-size turntables which can really take you for a trip back to the past - and for those who like to embrace modern technology then many of our record players come with USB and SD card slots, as well as LCD displays and backlights.
We live during a period when there is no shortage of ways to enjoy listening to music. Thanks to digital formats like MP3s and streaming services like Amazon Music, Spotify and Deezer, as well as the still popular CDs, music can be compressed so that thousands of tracks can fit onto small devices that are not even bigger than the old CD Walkman.
You may be fine with downloading music, you enjoy the convenience of having music at your fingertips and appreciate the lack of bulky storage needed in your home. However, if you are a true audiophile or have a real love for anything retro or nostalgic, there is only one way sure-fire way to enjoy music at its best, without the poor sound quality that comes from compressing files right down. That is with a vinyl record player.
Although to many people they will be something your dad and mum have collecting dust in their house, record players transform listening to music into a magical experience. Fortunately, they have come back into fashion, though we would argue here at PMC Telecom that they never really went out of fashion. It’s a little different from our usual product selection, but we love everything from the crackling at the start of a record to retro sound when the music kicks in and have a wide selection of affordable and exceptional quality record players.
Not convinced you really want to go back to vinyl or start using it if you have never done in the past? Consider some of the benefits:
As we said at the top of the page, there are a wide variety of different ways to listen to music now. However, despite great efforts being made to convert all music to digital formats, there are still vinyl recordings out there that haven’t been and the only way to enjoy these masterpieces is with a record player.
Better Sound Quality
Expanding on the above point a little more, this is something of a sticking point between audiophiles, as many people will argue that digital still sounds better.
However, there are many more that agree that the uncompressed sound that is played out as the recording artist wanted it to be, is the best way to really do justice to your favourite albums. It has a warm and soothing tone to it and for many music lovers, vinyl recordings even of studio work sound closer to live performances than CD or other digital audio.