OK if you want cheap and cheerful.
It looks cool but it plays with too much wow and flutter when . It does have a pitch control on it which is a bonus to get the play at the correct speed. The tiny mono speaker on it sounds awful but connected to external speakers it is a lot better. The crosley Collegiate is a much better player with decent speakers and cart.
Purchased in June 2019 at eBay for $69.00.
Great design but poor quality
The idea of a small portable turntable in a retro look school case was very appealing. Ok so it's not totally portable as it still needs 240v but it still looked good.
Unfortunately that's where the good news stopped. The cheap plastic inner was a giveaway to this being a designed in the US but made on the cheap in China.
For starters, the power adaptor doesn't sit inside the case so you have to vary that around separately.
The sound is poor, borderline terrible from a single inbuilt speaker. That's what the Bluetooth is for, surely to...connect to one of the many available Bluetooth speakers on the market.... no! The Bluetooth is so you can stream to it, not from it. So you can play your iTunes thru the poor single speaker yet can't play the LP playing through good external ones??? Crazy. Well you can plug some into the headphone jack.
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|Category||Turntables / Record Players|
|Motor Type||Belt Drive|
- GTIN12: 710244208505
- MPN: CR6026A-BK and CR6026A-BL
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