Shinola…

Founded in 2011, the team at Shinola took Detroit by storm with their now iconic timepiece collection. In recent years they’ve entered the high-end audio market… with equally impactful results.

Shinola’s Runwell Turntable is as much a piece of art as it is a music player. Shinola’s expertise in manufacturing and craftsmanship are abundantly present in Runwell’s build quality and overall aesthetic. They consulted with legendary turntable manufacturers VPI, and combined an ambitious north star of build quality with their own eye-catching design sensibilities.

Weighing a desirably hefty 45 pounds, the Runwell comes with a phono pre-amp built in. It also includes a high quality Ortofon cartridge, a complimentary record, and a hand-written note from Shinola.

Shinola also offers a pair of bookshelf speakers that pair nicely with the Runwell Turntable. Produced with Shinola’s partners at Barefoot Sound, these speakers are compatible with both Bluetooth and USB-connected sources.

We are great admirers of Shinola’s design sensibilities, and are excited to showcase their craftsmanship to the New York City area.

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Stereo Exchange

857 Broadway, 3rd Floor

(at the corner of 17th street)

212-505-1111 | info@stereoexchange.com

By Appointment:
Monday – Friday 10:30am – 7:00pm
Saturday 10:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 6:00pm

We believe quality sound embodies five characteristics…

1. Highest fidelity to the original recorded performance.

2. Harmonious clarity, tonal color and timbre.

3. Accentuated balance between accuracy and warmth.

4. Natural sound staging and phase-perfect ambiance.

5. Precise and detailed renditions.

David Wasserman

David Wasserman

CEO

David started his career in the audio business selling new and used hi-fi at Audio Exchange, a west village haven for music lovers to share stories and listen to good music.  While there, David recognized his passion for entrepreneurship. Soon after his start as a salesman, he became the store’s general manager, successfully running the day-to-day operations and increasing the business’s profitability.  After a few years leading Audio Exchange, he decided to venture out on his own.  What resulted was Stereo Exchange: a store that became a New York institution and a destination for all lovers of good music.
Ann Wasserman

Ann Wasserman

CEO

Ann has been side by side with David since Stereo Exchange’s beginning.  In fact, it was her initial financial investment that helped Stereo Exchange get off the ground.  Since then, she has been an invaluable part of the organization, contributing significantly to branding, human resources, and customer service.  Without her acute eye, instinct for good people, and insistence on excellence, Stereo Exchange would not have enjoyed the longevity it has.
Glenn Marston

Glenn Marston

Audio Video Sales

Glenn has applied a wide-ranging appreciation of music from his decades-long career in audio. Handling management and sales in the high end audio industry since 1984, Glenn and David crossed paths many times before Glenn officially joined the Stereo Exchange team in 2016. He is delighted to once again be able to connect clients with the best possible gear, from helping new customers discover the benefits of a good audio system to introducing innovations to legacy clients.
Evan Fusco

Evan Fusco

VP Sales

Evan got the audio “bug” at JSG Audio in Binghamton, NY, helping design loudspeakers while attending SUNY Binghamton. He began his official audiophile career at Stereo Exchange in 1986 and thrived here for more than 15 years. In 2002 Evan left to pursue excellence in Custom Installation, including 4 years at Audio Command Systems, the leading integrator in the Northeast. He has now returned,  combining his expertise to provide the best sounding and easiest to use systems available.

The History of Stereo Exchange