So -- no discussion here of Schiit's dipping its metaphorical toes in the vinyl? ;-)

John Frum

Secret Society Member
They could call their own cartridge, e.g., Schiit Dröpping. Or, perhaps, Dingleberry.
It's not like successful ventures haven't hinged on scatalogical names before. For eight years as a young man, I worked for a record store/head shop called Dingleberry's. It was a happenin' spot in the late 70's, but had been long coasting even by the time I showed up.

It was a cool place, though. They had their own radio jingle.

 

John Frum

Secret Society Member
Word on the street is that the Schitt TT will sell for $599 and will not include a cartridge.

It certainly looks like a turntable that should cost more than six-hundred bucks.
 

mhardy6647

Señor Member
Word on the street is that the Schitt TT will sell for $599 and will not include a cartridge.

It certainly looks like a turntable that should cost more than six-hundred bucks.
Yes, I saw this as well... the Schiitheads Head Schiits are whippin' the throng into a frenzy!

:)
 

mhardy6647

Señor Member
I have it on good authority that the second generation turntable will be a fully automatic, six-disk changer.
Focus group testing has ringingly endorsed the product and its proposed nomenclature:

The Schiit Stäak

:smoke
 
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