How to Build the Right Vintage Stereo System for Your Vinyl

Looking to get a vintage record player and stereo system? It can be tricky. In this second installment on getting the right turntable system for you, we talk vintage. We break down where to look for hifi equipment, provide resources to help figure out if the stuff is right for you / any good, and share some tactics to help make sure you don’t end up with faulty or broken stuff. Result? You end up with a beautiful, great sounding turntable and stereo.

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Getting into Vinyl? Where to Start with Your Turntable Setup

Looking to set up or upgrade your turntable and stereo situation? Here we breakdown the different components, the general option categories, and the basic pros and cons to each. Vintage? Modern? Large? Small? So many options and so few wrong answers. This is the first of several installments walking through the what and how of setting up your system.

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Building Your At-Home Bar: How Do You Get the Most From the Least?

For the Deep Cut team, it is hard to beat a good cocktail and a spinning record. This is a simple guide on how to do the most with the least with your in-home bar. From essential spirits to useful accessories to simple setups, a home bar should look great and allow for delicious drinks and fun experimentation without having to stock every obscure liqueur and spirit in the known universe. Simple, fun, attractive - that’s it, that’s all.

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"Cube Shelves?" Why We Like Clean Lines and Rich Materials

The basic tenants of Scandanavian design and minimalism are that design should be unostentatious and functional. It should avoid “preciousness” and focus on being useful in everyday life. So instead of detailed ornamentation, minimalist designs are spare. These came to be for a reason.

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