Spinning back into fashion

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Spinning back into fashion

Older machines, like turntables, still hold luster
John Leonard of Durango Music fixes a vintage tube stereo receiver that dates back to the 1960s. “The older receivers and equipment look better,” he said. Some people are nostalgic for older technologies and some still use them for their perceived superior qualities.
Stacy Archuleta, who works at Southwest Sound, talks about one of her favorite vinyl albums. The store has seen a revival of vinyl albums and sells about two to three turntables per month, owner Robert Stapleton says.

Spinning back into fashion

John Leonard of Durango Music fixes a vintage tube stereo receiver that dates back to the 1960s. “The older receivers and equipment look better,” he said. Some people are nostalgic for older technologies and some still use them for their perceived superior qualities.
Stacy Archuleta, who works at Southwest Sound, talks about one of her favorite vinyl albums. The store has seen a revival of vinyl albums and sells about two to three turntables per month, owner Robert Stapleton says.
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