Published on April 8th, 2012 | by Jules Yap


Vinyl-Player-Front Jacket-hanger

Materials: Grundtal

Unscrew the Front of an old Vinyl-Player (in this case a Dual HS37).
Unscrew the single knobs (for volume, panning, etc.)
Drill Holes in the middle of the knobs.
Screw Grundtal Hangers on the knobs (you will need flat washers for that).
Screw the front with the Grundtal Hangers on the wall.

Very simple, but looks cool.

~ JohnnyGerman, Germany

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15 Responses to Vinyl-Player-Front Jacket-hanger

  1. Anonymous says:

    Now that’s thinking outside the box. Love it.

  2. mariposa says:

    This totally rocks! All the way up to 11!

  3. Jolanthe says:

    That’s a brilliant idea! I think it’s a good way to make outdated equipment you don’t need any longer rest in peace =)))

    I guess I’m going to steal your idea and get myself a similar front panel and do the same… would be an awesome gift for my dad.

    Greetz from Germany ;)

  4. Anonymous says:

    That’s such a waste of a likely repairable, decent piece of vintage audio equipment. I’m all for ingenuity, but if you really want to do this, go on Ebay, and just buy a faceplate. Don’t ruin a good receiver for this, please.

  5. jewel says:

    I love this idea. Not sure if the quests would know what to do with these nobs but it is a brilliant idea.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Love it!

  7. I love this idea. Not sure if the quests would know what to do with these nobs but it is a brilliant idea.

    • Anonymous says:

      You just keep a small jacket hanging there as an example. Even the most dullwitted guest will get it.


  8. terancedubya says:

    Absolutely fantastic!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Very creative, and looks nice.

  10. foggue says:

    very, very good indeed :)

  11. Anonymous says:

    How unexpected! Very cool, love it


  12. Anonymous says:


  13. this is really aweesome, love the idea

  14. Anonymous says:

    oh how clever! love it!

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