When simply stacking your vinyl in a corner of the room and hoping no harm comes to them simply won't do, consider Andover Audio's newest addition to its Spin Collection. The SpinStand is designed to store your turntable and related components, along with up to 150 records. Available in matte black or white finishes, the $169 SpinStand can be customized with either three or four shelves and even includes a hanger for your headphones. The SpinStand can be ordered now and will begin shipping September 4.
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Continue reading for more details about the SpinStand:
Andover is pleased to announce the latest addition to its Spin Collection of products and accessories for vinyl fans. SpinStand ($169) provides a lightweight yet robust storage solution for audio components and up to 150 vinyl records. SpinStand is compatible with all common turntable models, but it's particularly well-suited to Andover's own SpinDeck turntable, SpinBase powered speaker system, or even the company's flagship Model-One Turntable Music System.
With equal attention paid to form and function, SpinStand offers a clean, stylish appearance that works well with any décor. Available in black or white matte finishes, SpinStand can be configured with three or four shelves. SpinStand also offers such important safety features as adjustable feet for stability on uneven floors, metal-reinforced supports for the shelves, and an anti-tip strap.
Designed for ease of use and simple set-up, SpinStand and its included hardware can be quickly assembled. SpinStand also includes a headphone hanger that can be installed on the stand's left or right side.
Features and Specifications:
SpinStand is available for purchase directly at www.andoveraudio.com and at participating dealers. Units will begin shipping to customers on September 4, 2020.