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Sennheiser EcoVinyl Project by Matthew Lim

Going green shouldn’t come at the cost of one’s auditory experience. Thanks to Matthew Lim, it

Going green shouldn’t come at the cost of one’s auditory experience. Thanks to Matthew Lim, it won’t. Lim, a recent graduate of the Art Center College of Design, has introduced EcoVinyl, hoping to bring Sennheiser into the 21st century. Utilizing sustainable materials, Lim has crafted a turntable that boasts high-density fiberboard, which is often used for audio-system closure boxes because of its ability to carry sound reverb; cork for the turntable and earphone headband; and aluminum, which he CNC’d to produce a durable body, all for $350 USD. Sennheiser thus far has not committed to the project or indicated any interest, so its future remains to be seen. What do you think?

Source: Co. Design

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