Wow introduce nostalgia to technology with music centres

By Craig Zammit

SYDNEY: Wow Sight & Sound has announced it will exclusively stock the Linkman Nostalgia Series Wooden Music Centres, which combine 50s style and modern technology, comprising turntables with CD and USB functionality.

Wow Sight & Sound national sales manager, Don Mayne, said the Nostalgic Wooden Music Centres were a unique product that would suit the needs of all demographics.

“The Linkman Nostalgia series is the perfect compromise of style and technology and the range has a real sense of fun functionality to suit every music lovers’ needs,” he said.

The Centres feature function select turntables with three speed, CD, full function cassette deck, AM/FM radio, USB host for digital play back, MP3 format support, two digit LED display, ear phone jack and two full range speakers.

“The sound quality of both the products is amazing and the systems suit the needs of any family member, young and old, because it accommodates for all media functionality,” Mayne said. 

“Dad can listen to his old records and the kids can play the latest CDs all from the one system.” 

The new Centres come in a compact and tower version, with the only difference being the Tower includes a powerful built in subwoofer.

“These are great products that put a new spin on modern music and will be a showcase in anyone’s home as the retro 50s look is certainly a conversation starter. “

The Wooden Music Centres sell for the recommended retail price of $199 through to $1,899 for the top of the range Juke Box version which includes USB and iPod connection with matching tower speakers and built –in sub woofer.

The Linkman Nostalgia series are available at all 10 Wow Sight & Sound stores located in Townsville, Toowoomba, Maroochydore, Kedron, Annerley, Rothwell, Underwood, Darwin, Coffs Harbour and Mackay.

One Response to Wow introduce nostalgia to technology with music centres

  1. Randall ROFE Sun 24 Aug 2014 at 3:18 pm #

    I recently purchased a Model TAP-9209 Ohonograph wuth AM/FM Radio, Casssette & CD player from a scond hand shop in Goomeri Qld. Unfortunately the cassette holder has broken and the local electronics repair shop cannot help. Also, when playing LP records the tone arm tends to skip forward rapidly – bouncing across tracks. I am hoping to purchase a new stylus but cannot source one. Can you possibly help with these 2 problems.

    Thank you

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