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Vinyl Goes Wireless

Modern technology is helping record players work in today's audio systems

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Vinyl records are hotter than they’ve been since the late 1980s, but the systems we use for music listening have changed radically since then. In vinyl’s heyday, we plugged our record players into stereo receivers, connected to a pair of speakers. Now, the most common music system is a compact, all-in-one speaker or a set of headphones, usually connected wirelessly to a smartphone.

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