Supermarket chain Lidl starts selling turntables

They're selling decks for £50

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Discount supermarket chain Lidl have begun stocking an all-in-one ION record player for £49.99.

The deck includes a USB connection for converting records to digital. It also comes with a three-year warranty.

Lidl are the latest supermarket chain to become involved with vinyl-related products.


Several of the UK’s leading supermarkets, including Tesco, have begun stocking vinyl in the past year.

In October, Sainsbury’s announced that they had sold more than 81,000 records since they began selling albums in March, for the first time since the 1980s.

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