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Last updated by Daniel Barnes 8 days ago
As with so many other things in the world right now, liGo Project Audio is in limbo right now as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. We were already way behind on receiving VQ stock, but the current situation means we likely won't see any for at least the next couple of months. We're lucky that we bought in all of the Christies, since at least this has given us some stock that we can actually sell. But when the world finally emerges from this standstill, I believe that the time is right to take our audio efforts up a level. Part of this will involve Bluetooth and bookshelf speakers, but we are also missing another element that I would like to gradually introduce- record players.
We already imply that we sell these products on our main audio landing page. And we should sell them! Every year, vinyl sales are up. You don't need a fancy speaker to stream music, but you do need a turntable to play records. Combined with the actual cost of the records themselves and wanting to keep them in good, playable condition, I think that there are maybe even more people who would buy them than would buy more expensive speakers. I view our ideal price point being between £200 and £300- enough that they are good quality in themselves, but not so expensive as to
Oh, and one final point- having record players in stock would make any music-related blog content less of a logical jump.