Warranty: No Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 008-04-0356
Join Crosley's mission to bring analog music to the masses with the Voyager three-speed turntable. The clean, vintage-inspired aesthetic fits into any space, while the lightweight design allows this record player to travel "further than anyone, or anything in history." Spin 33 1/3, 45, or 78 RPM records or launch the built-in Bluetooth receiver to transmit your digital music wirelessly through the turntable's stereo speakers. Discover the RCA outputs on the back that allow you to easily plug into your existing solar music system or bigger speakers to add propulsion to any party. Drop the needle on a reissue of the golden record, probe the adjustable pitch control knob to dial in the speed and prepare for blast off!
I was so excited to try this, but unfortunately, it just didn’t work. The vibrations that come through the built-in speaker cause the arm to jump and move back, causing the song to start over (time and time again, no matter the record I’m playing, or the volume I’m playing it at).
Do buy this product, you’ll just end up returning it. I received this as a gift on Christmas and was very excited when I did. I didn’t know much about vinyl players but always wanted to start my journey. I plugged it in excited put the vinyl disc ready to listen to some tunes. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to enjoy anything. The vinyls kept skipping the sound was crap and wasn’t anything I expected from a vinyl player. I did some research and watch some video reviews on YouTube to see if I was doing something wrong and it turned out this is a poorly made product being sold to customers who don’t understand what vinyl is supposed to be like. I couldn’t enjoy a few seconds of tunes without it skipping, the sound was awful and the whole thing it self is poorly made and flimsy. I ended up buying a audio technica after doing some research and now I am in love with vinyl. The only thing I appreciate about this was that it was so bad that I went and did my research and educated my self. Do yourself a favor spend a little extra and get something good.
Sounds too tinny , would prefer a tone dial to adjust it a little , the RCA out's to another amp sounds terrible no bass what so ever .. the stylus is cheap plastic which explains the sound . understand there is Diamond tip replacement stylus for better sound , but can only find one online , be nice if Target sold them in the store .. it's a ceramic cartridge and the tone arm is a little heavy " bad for records continue play" and no auto play opinions , when tone arm reaches the end the Turntable just stop spinning leaving the tone arm at the end of the record .. for the price I expected a little more ...
I bought this for my husband for Father's Day, and we love it! It was sort of like a blast from the past to have this old school record player with blue tooth capability! We ended up using an auxiliary cord and a portable speaker and it sounds great! Definitely would recommend!
I am absolutely surprised by the positive reviews. The sound quality is just ok. It’s clear, yes. It’s temporarily acceptable, but nothing I would want permanently. It sounds like a can. Here is what you need to know. There are RCA jacks, but you can’t use them for the turntable output. Go figure. They are for streaming a Bluetooth device from what we could figure out...HOWEVER, even that doesn’t work well. We had to toss an output into the headphone jack to get it to go through optional speakers. You CANNOT stream through the built-in...not that you would want to. The Bluetooth stream quality is TERRIBLE. It’s low and not a clear crisp sound so if you want to be able to do Bluetooth, I’d pass on this. The bottom line is this: if you want to use it just to go through old LPs, then fine. I would NEVER want to rely on this as a long-term quality player. The sound just isn’t there. This thing is going back.