A Lego Spinbox Turntable

A Lego Spinbox Turntable

Record players come in all sorts of different shapes and styles. Some are big and boxy, while others can look like a toy VW Bus. One of the newest styles is the Spinbox. A cardboard based player that you can assemble yourself. The whole package has everything you need including speakers, an amp, knobs, and all the electronics needed to get it working. It takes about 15 minutes to get it up and running. This Lego version of the Spinbox is created by jhuangtw. This version of the vinyl record player is also surprisingly detailed. A Lego Minifigure pistol is used to make the cartridge and needle, with a simple arm attaching it to the base. A neat feature is that you can take it apart and can find a fully detailed interior. The end result looks great, and makes a great display piece. A brick built figure would be happy to listen to one of these turntables.

A Lego Spinbox Turntable, Details

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A Lego Walkman And An Awesome Mix

A Lego Walkman And An Awesome Mix, Sony TPS-L2

Grab your Awesome Mix cassette tape, a few batteries, and don’t forget your Walkman. It’s time to go on an adventure, and maybe save the galaxy. This is the Lego Walkman, specifically the Sony TPS-L2 Walkman, built by H.Y. Leung. The iconic blue, silver, and orange portable cassette player was first released in 1979. This Lego version has the clear window, all the various buttons and sliders, and even the duel headphone ports. The orange foam headphone covers stand out, a very hard shape to make with Lego. A smooth flatish oval with no studs showing. The only thing not Lego here is the headphone cord. The whole build even come with two different cassette tapes. Featuring the Awesome Mix Vol. 1 from Guardians fo the Galaxy, and a blank tape ready to record whatever. Both can be inserted and removed from the Lego Walkman.

A Lego Walkman And An Awesome Mix, Sony TPS-L2, Awesome Mix Tapes

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