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Bush Classic Turntable Brown @ Argos £24.99 Half Price.

£24.99 @ Argos
Bush classic portable turntable with speakers. Half Price. Brown only, the other colours are 29.99. Might be a nice present for someone at Xmas. Get those old records out the loft! Plug and p… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Bush classic portable turntable with speakers.

Half Price. Brown only, the other colours are 29.99.

Might be a nice present for someone at Xmas. Get those old records out the loft! Plug and play - no need for external speakers although you can connect it up if you want and all required leads are included.
Gets fairly good reviews too. 4 out of 5 stars.
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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3 Likes #1
Another naf deal...normal price at b&m is £24.99
#2
peaceoff
Another naf deal...normal price at b&m is £24.99
Thanks for your input.
#3
bought this as a pressie only about a week ago at 29.99.

it's obviously a deal good deal compared to that but half price is stretching it a bit far.
4 Likes #4
Bush Classic Turntable Brown, that combination of words represents disaster.
1 Like #5
if you don't want your vinyl to last, then get it, if you care and what good sound, dont get this
#6
Landfill
#7
denny29
bought this as a pressie only about a week ago at 29.99.
it's obviously a deal good deal compared to that but half price is stretching it a bit far.


I think you're completely correct . No way worth 50 but at 25 seems very reasonable.

Edited By: Father Christmas on Nov 25, 2016 18:11
#8
I'm far from a hi-fi snob but I would imagine they sound awful - not voted either way as I have not experienced the product.
#9
If that’s the best effort they can do for advertising pictures, I'd steer clear,
Look at the s**t build quality, photo 2 - zoom in on deck screw on front left!

Also description is wrong - no line out, only line IN.

Edited By: Roderz on Nov 25, 2016 19:03
#10
To be honest if you want to play records you need a proper turntable amp and speakers otherwise just stick with cd you will struggle to get a decent stylus for this price but I suppose if you want to play some old records it's ok but make sure they are not too valuable
#11
Roderz
If that’s the best effort they can do for advertising pictures, I'd steer clear,
Look at the s**t build quality, photo 2 - zoom in on deck screw on front left!
Also description is wrong - no line out, only line IN.
Headphone socket can be used as line out apparently.
1 Like #12
Most of my records have been shoved up in the loft for 25 years so who cares if they get ruined. When I pop my clogs the kids will only chuck them in a skip.
1 Like #13
for under £50 you can get two and dj just like tim westworld! booyakasha!!!
#14
uni
booyakasha!!!

Always wondered how that was spelt
#15
Reminds me of days when I was a kid & this was the only kind of thing I had to play with. Automatic arm, no queuing, no replaceable cartridge just flip over stylus for 45/78 & badly scratched records :D Still have feeling it will have sounded better tho' as valves were the flavour of the day, no plastic platter & nice large easy to drive speaker (yep, mono!)
1 Like #16
There's an Akai one in Morrisons that's going for £30, not sure if anyone's posted it here already but it seems pretty decent for the price and it works as a bluetooth speaker too. Here's a review The Vinyl Factory did of the Akai turntable

http://thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-factory-releases/turntable-review-akai-retro/

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cx9M_zsXcAAdUkJ.jpg

Edited By: rqmusicfan on Nov 26, 2016 00:16
#17
The biggest problem posting anything to do with music is that you always get these wannabe audiophiles hijacking the thread and offering alternatives that cost considerably more. I once saw people recommending £150+ speakers in a deal for a set that cost around £20. It's annoying!

Props to rqmusicfan for posting a similarly priced alternative!
#18
I worry these things will put off any budding vinyl fans, it is all well and good saying dont post stuff £150 more expensive, but seriously, these things have plastic tonearms and 1930's ceramic carts that will destroy a record in about 20 plays.

You can buy a really nice budget Project that will last 10-20 years for a £150, or this which will last about a year.

It doesnt matter how cheap they are, they are worthless crap.

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