Check Out President Obama's Super-Fresh Turntable Setup

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U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks during the BET's 'Love and Happiness: A Musical Experience" in a tent on the South Lawn of the White House Oct. 21, 2016 in Washington, DC. 

President Obama just keeps padding his stats as the coolest commander-in-chief ever. After sharing his summer playlist earlier this year, which included the likes of Leon Bridges, Jay Z and Sara Bareilles, it’s no surprise that the President also has a sick turntable setup to spin some of those records on.

Obama’s setup was documented as part of a feature in Architectural Digest and a single photo was snapped. Redditors were quick to identify the turntable as Denon’s DP-300F connected to wireless Bluetooth Kanto YU5s.

There’s only one glaring issue that even the POTUS can’t get any way with – Reddit user fenderProcrastinator pointed out: “Who’s going to be the guy to email the president and let him know he shouldn’t have the speakers and subwoofer sitting on the same table as his record player.”

Speaker placement aside, it’s pretty rad. Then again, we’ve come to expect nothing less from the Obamas.