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      Friday
      Nov072008

      Atocha Record Cabinet

      Collecting records is a space consuming hobby. Living in a small apartment, I'm all to familiar with the hassles of storing your records so they're easy to access without getting in the way.

      Initially I opted for a series of basic plastic milkcrates. As my collection grew, I was looking for a better solution that not only protected my collection but allowed be to stack and display my collection.

      With the Atocha Record Cabinet, we get a simple, clean solution that combines storing records with an elegant piece of furniture. The design evokes a 1960s modern vibe and there's ample space on the top for your amp and turntable.

      They are available in a number of  configurations and wood types. With no mention of price on the site, I'm guessing they're for those who can afford the components show on top.

      Nonetheless, great to see a furniture solution actually designed for records.

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      Reader Comments (2)

      $12,500 thats what that cabinet costs...Now I'm not a cheap person. In fact I'm a spender. But this is the dumbest thing I've ever seen.

      February 8, 2009 | Unregistered Commenternick

      Different strokes for different folks... people pay more than that for turntables...

      February 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMatt

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