This record player system has the main components:
1. a shelf full of valuable* vinyl LPs
2. a turntable with tone-arm, pickup, etc.
3. an analogue-to-digital converter, a computer processing system, with pattern-matching algorithms, a fast internet connection, a subscription to a high-quality
audio download service, and a digital audio player
4. an amplifier
5. a set of speakers.
Actually it is only part 3 that is the really innovative thing in this design. The turntable can be as cheap as you like, as long as it doesn't cause too much damage to the LPs.
The algorithms recognise the track being played, and call for the appropriate FLAC to be downloaded from the ==>STREAMING<== service. This digital download file is played back through the amplifiers and speakers, filling the room with the highest quality sound reproduction possible.
Downloaded files are stored on the device's internal storage file system, and correlated to the pattern of crackles and pops on the lead in track of that particular disc, so that subsequent plays of the same disc have less lag than a first play of a previously unplayed disc.
(* you can save a lot of money by selling pristine copies of your LPs and replacing them with worn or damaged copies, because you don't need the playback from the disc to be clean on this system)