Luno EGB2 combines a record player with a whisky bar

The EGB2 is the flagship model from husband and wife design team Luno, sitting above the more modern looking Luno J2B2. The EGB2 is a modern-day reproduction of the classic record consoles of the 50s and 60s and each one is hand-made from American walnut.

In the top you’ll find a pre-fitted Pro-Ject Debut Carbon turntable (one of our budget favourites), which fires sound out of the custom designed two-way speaker system, comprising a silk-dome tweeter and 6.5in woofer. Luno has used Class D amplification and has also fitted a downward-firing 100W active subwoofer for some extra low-end grunt.

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You’ll also find a three band tone control, wireless streaming via AirPlay and two auxiliary inputs for connecting other music players and mobile devices. The console also handily comes with enough storage for 150 records.

Each console is made to order, so pricing varies according to specification, but you can enquire via the company’s website.

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Max was a staff writer on What Hi-Fi? and subsequently spent a good few years writing news and features for various technology and hi-fi publications, before jumping on a plane in search of a more fruitful life in Australia. Now based in Byron Bay, he writes about tech, health, fitness and style.