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- Features built-in speakers
- PC compatible
- Includes user manual
Get ready to go on a musical joyride with this Crosley Collegiate Portable Turntable. This three-speed turntable can be hotwired to a computer with a USB connection to make analog music to digital. The built-in front speaker looks like a sports car grill and the vintage design of this item is sure to get you a lot of praises.
Dimensions (Overall): 5.38 inches (H) x 13.75 inches (W) x 11.12 inches (D)
Weight: 6.5 pounds
Functions: Built-In Speakers
Includes: User Manual
Turntable Drive Type: Belt Drive
Turntable Speed: 33.3 RPM, 45 RPM, 78 RPM
Features: Turntable: 3 Speed, Diamond Stylus Needle, Mac Compatible, Portable, Stereo Speakers, USB/SD Encoding, Vinyl-Wrapped, PC Compatible
Output Type: Speaker
Built-In Speakers: Yes
Power Source: Electric plug
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 008-03-0204
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overall: 4.3 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
A great buy!!
4 out of 5 stars
JeffT — 8 months ago
Arrived in great condition and works wonderfully! Great clear sound. Still have not used the USB connection yet, but overall is a great buy!see moreof the reviewer's review
4 out of 5 stars
JustSayCory — 9 months ago
I really like this record player. For having its own stereo speakers, they sound pretty good. It's not as good as plugging in your own higher quality speakers via the headphone jack but they're pretty good on their own as well. I also like that there is a tone control for treble/bass balance. I was ...see moreof the reviewer's review
Great little record player
5 out of 5 stars
Hillarie — 2 years ago
I bought the red one and it has a cool look to it (reminds me of a car). Great sound as well. The one thing I wish is that the cover had a hinge on it to keep it connected to the player. You have to take it off and set it somewhere to play the record. A little pricier than some of the other Crosley'...see moreof the reviewer's review