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Yellow Submarine Turntable

Discussion in 'audio' started by Gerard124, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Gerard124

    Gerard124 pfm Member

  2. Rick_F

    Rick_F pfm Member

    Not my cup of tea, looks tacky to me.
  3. davidsrsb

    davidsrsb pfm Member

    Several years too late, the Beatles fan demographic are getting old
  4. Durmbo

    Durmbo Not French

    Hmmm... yuck.

    A manic person might buy one, though.
  5. Natara

    Natara pfm Member

    Yellow Submarine always sounded like a boy band trying desperately to be cool and that turntable is from a turntable company trying desperately to be cool so there is a symmetry there I suppose. Whats next DSOM, Ziggy Stardust?
  6. Whaleblue

    Whaleblue The Mighty Deoxitiser

    No, no, it’s clever. For old foggies with failing eyesight, you have one unmistakable deck for each record you play.

    As @Natara suggests, the rest of the range will follow shortly, no doubt.
  7. manicatel

    manicatel pfm Member

    They also did a Sgt Pepper "Limited Release" version last year to mark its anniversary. I guess they must have sold in sufficient numbers for them to do it again with the YS launch?
  8. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    I love it but I just don't need more audio equipment.
  9. monkfish

    monkfish pfm Member

  10. Beobloke

    Beobloke pfm Member

    Hmm, fancy shape; yellow paint.

    Will they do me one in the shape of a minion do you reckon?!
  11. Sgt pepper

    Sgt pepper pfm Member

    From sales of the Sgt Pepper 2017 mix and the DeAgostini collection, a young following is getting bigger and bigger.

    It's fun and will be of excellent quality no doubt. So whats the harm?

    I would suggest it aimed specifically at the younger generation such as your good self no doubt, and if it brings more people into the fold of obtaining physical releases over downloads etc I am all for it.
  12. TPA

    TPA Trade: Tiger Paw

    Yep, exactly my thoughts; if it encourages people to get involved then great, a percentage of them will take it further and that has to be a good thing for the industry.
    Sgt pepper likes this.
  13. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    They missed a trick, its so big they could easy have got a 12” arm on it!
  14. Gerard124

    Gerard124 pfm Member

    Surely they should make a Revolver album cover turntable just because of the name.
  15. Pinky

    Pinky In suspense, not compressed

    Will it play underwater?
  16. Gerard124

    Gerard124 pfm Member

    It will play my copy of Underwater Sunlight
  17. Colonel_Mad

    Colonel_Mad pfm Member

    Why have a record player that advertises the biggest scam album in the history of music? All the good songs were already available on other Beatles releases. Side 2 I swear has never been listened to all the way through by anyone. An utterly shameless con of an album. Wouldn't use that deck as fire wood.
  18. chebby

    chebby pfm Member

    The Beatles split up just before I started junior school. They were more my dad’s music. ‘Musical wallpaper’ to me - when a small child - playing on mum’s kitchen radio and now ‘Radio Classic Gold’ kind of inoffensive, non-challenging, advertiser friendly fare along with Abba and Johnny Mathis.
    marco.s likes this.
  19. TimF

    TimF pfm Member

    And maybe Revolver-the turntable/audio company could make it.
  20. thebiglebowski

    thebiglebowski pfm Member

    The Sex Pistols "never mind the bollocks" TT should be interesting
    moffer likes this.

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