Bush Classic Turntables with line out - in Teal, Red or Brown was £39.99 now £29.99 @ Argos or Argos Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Bush Classic Turntables with line out - in Teal, Red or Brown was £39.99 now £29.99 @ Argos or Argos Ebay

£29.99 @ Argos
Part of the Argos sale, spotted on their Ebay store too. You can collect from store via ebay too, if you prefer. Maybe a nice gift for Christmas? They come in 3 different colours. Red, real and Brown.… Read More
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Part of the Argos sale, spotted on their Ebay store too. You can collect from store via ebay too, if you prefer. Maybe a nice gift for Christmas? They come in 3 different colours. Red, real and Brown.

They all have headphone sockets/line out sockets for connecting to external speaker systems/amps. My nephew (17) had no idea what a record was when I showed him my player a few weeks back. I felt instantly 100 years old :|

Argos Direct links
Teal - Here
Red - Here
Brown - Here

Ebay links
Teal - Here
Brown - Here
Red - Here

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Give your home a retro touch with this classic teal turntable from Bush. The unique suitcase design is sure to stand out, and you can add to your music experience by connecting an amp. Great for those who love life retro. The built-in stereo speaker gives better sound - and with 3 speeds (35,45,78) it is compatible with more LP type playing.

Line out socket to connect to any amplifier.
Magnetic cartridge.
Headphone socket.
General information
Size of main unit H35, W29, D12cm.
Size of speaker H6.5, W4.5, D2.5cm.
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1 Like #1
Thanks! Gunna order one for my dad. He's been going on about how he's wanting one of these to play his old records that are sat in the attic
1 Like #2
Are these any good ?
2 Likes #3
I bought my Mum one of these. On there own they aren't overly great, but with a half decent speaker they do sound pretty good. I tried it with my simple Jam Classic and the improvement was very noticeable. So I went out n bought her a Jam Classic too for £15.
1 Like #4
Zoom_Zoom230
Are these any good ?

I somehow doubt it! :D
2 Likes #5
should be a cheap alternative to cheat pokemon go and hatch eggs ;)
#6
caironjake
Thanks! Gunna order one for my dad. He's been going on about how he's wanting one of these to play his old records that are sat in the attic
Check first that his records aren't warped as an attic is typically a terrible place to store vinyl due to the temperature.
1 Like #7
can anyone recommend one to convert to mp3? thx
2 Likes #8
Zoom_Zoom230
Are these any good ?
Don't bother they are awful and it will ruin your vinyl...
#9
My big sister had a player like this, when we were kids.
Used to listen to The Bay City Rollers on it.

I never held it against her though!
Blood is thicker than water, after all.

HEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAT!
(Just fer our kid)
#10
I would pay more and get a better one.
1 Like #11
ssc1
can anyone recommend one to convert to mp3? thx
You might want to look out for an ION branded player i have one called LP2Flash which lets you record direct to a USB or up to 2gb SD card
#12
Agharta
caironjake
Thanks! Gunna order one for my dad. He's been going on about how he's wanting one of these to play his old records that are sat in the attic
Check first that his records aren't warped as an attic is typically a terrible place to store vinyl due to the temperature.


Well we cleaned the attic out last Saturday and they were in a small red box he used for his records and the box was full. But yeah will have a look when I get in tonight to double check, Thanks :)
#13
Zoom_Zoom230
Are these any good ?

Utter crap!
#14
Are these any good when connected to a decent amp?
Would make a nice little pressie for Chrimbo
#15
If you want to ruin vinyl buy this tosh. You want to enjoy vinyl.... spend over £100 minimum.... I would say over £300 and even that's cheap
#16
I didn't realise Hairy Bush still made anything? Not exactly known for their build quality or performance. If you are after a record deck I'd advise getting a better make.
2 Likes #17
if you're like me and fancied getting involved with some vinyl it's great. I paid 40quid for this over two months ago, I'd highly recommend it. it does the job!
#18
These look the same as the crossley cruiser , only they are more money..
And yes agree , not for your loved vinyl, .ok for old stuff I would say.
speakers not great, but as mentioned above, use a separate speaker.or headphones. ...Ok if you want portable, but you need elec, and space saving.
but if you got room, and top vinyl get a proper turntable, amp, speakers...
#19
brettytopbanana
if you're like me and fancied getting involved with some vinyl it's great. I paid 40quid for this over two months ago, I'd highly recommend it. it does the job!

Glad to hear from someone who own's one! for 30 quid im game.
#20
was given one last Xmas...they appear to have severe QC issues...exchanged 3 times with a different fault each time....crackling speaker...and skipping...and finally got money back.:{


Edited By: Actionnotwords69 on Oct 20, 2016 14:22: update
#21
Has anyone connected this product to a separate amplifier yet?
It says 'Line Out' Socket in the specs, but the pictures clearly show 'Aux In' ?
Any clues anyone?
(In fact, sadly just read the online instruction manual and it is a 'Line In' can this be adjusted in the title to save people thinking it can be connected to an amp?)

Edited By: Redmatador on Oct 20, 2016 08:49
#22
I see bush is releasing their latest technology before the Christmas rush :)

Cold for me - I have seen and purchased much better alternatives. As usual bush is playing catchup even with "retro" products.
2 Likes #23
Bargain for £30.Will probably be lashed after a few days anyhow,when the novelty has worn off ;)
http://www.cutecatgifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/turble.gif
#24
tried to buy one as a christmas gift, first one was broken straight out the book, second one was falling apart. I then got my money back

beware very very poor quality.
1 Like #25
Might be ok for the kids but if you want reasonable quality sound and less damage to your records you're probably better off spending £100 on something like
http://www.johnlewis.com/audio-technica-at-lp60-usb-turntable/p2025597 or
http://www.richersounds.com/product/turntables/sony/pslx300/sony-pslx300
1 Like #26
If you're serious about looking after and getting the best from your vinyl collection, I would take a listen to this guy , he explains all!
https://youtu.be/_WzrK6CIZrY
#27
Just been looking into getting a cheap record player. These suitcase ones are mostly junk unfortunately and can damage your vinyl, then again it's Bush and £30 so what do you expect, it's hot deal for the right person.

I'm looking to get one of these, gets great reviews for its price point, whathifi best under £150
http://www.whathifi.com/best-buys/hi-fi/best-budget-turntables

£99.99 at amazon though currently out of stock, sure a good deal will come up in next few months :)
#28
dazza99
Might be ok for the kids but if you want reasonable quality sound and less damage to your records you're probably better off spending £100 on something likehttp://www.johnlewis.com/audio-technica-at-lp60-usb-turntable/p2025597 orhttp://www.richersounds.com/product/turntables/sony/pslx300/sony-pslx300

That's all good n well, but you'll then need an amp and/or speakers, making this about £150+. I think some enthusiasts are missing the point here, this record player plays your music, for £30. It doesn't sound like a £150 set up, nor does it pretend to be, and it looks decent!


Edited By: reckoning on Oct 20, 2016 13:40
#29
Isn't Bush an Argos 'own' brand??

To answer my own question... Yes it is

http://www.whathifi.com/best-buys/hi-fi/best-turntables

Edited By: Whammerhead on Oct 20, 2016 14:01
#30
reckoning
dazza99
Might be ok for the kids but if you want reasonable quality sound and less damage to your records you're probably better off spending £100 on something likehttp://www.johnlewis.com/audio-technica-at-lp60-usb-turntable/p2025597 orhttp://www.richersounds.com/product/turntables/sony/pslx300/sony-pslx300
That's all good n well, but you'll then need an amp and/or speakers, making this about £150+. I think some enthusiasts are missing the point here, this record player plays your music, for £30. It doesn't sound like a £150 set up, nor does it pretend to be, and it looks decent!

I wouldn't trust a £30 all-in Turn table to play my vinyl thanks . Especially my new copy Of David Bowie - A reality tour :D
1 Like #31
4.4 out of 5 on Argos website, all from owners! not people just saying its rubbish on here...

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