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Bush RPA-01 Turntable £29.93

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banned8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Play and listen to your vinyl records with this feature packed Bush RPA-01 Turntable. This turntable comes with it's own built-in 2 x 1.5 watt speakers for audio output and features a radio with MW/FM wavebands. The Bush RPA-01 Turntable also features a Headphone socket for a personal listening experience and a Line out socket to conect to any amplifier.

All in one turntable Hi-FI system / 33.3 and 45 rpm speed turntable / FM and MW radio.
Line out socket to conect to any amplifier.
2 x 1.5W - 2" built in speaker.

Lets be honest, this isn't "Hi-Fi" - it costs less than the replacement stylus for a budget cartridge but if you've got a bunch of LPs/singles and nothing to play them on this is a pretty cheap solution.
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#1
Sweet, wil this be ok for d.j.ing?
#2
Nice find, bargain price.. :thumbsup:

Voted Hot.
#3
Don't forget the £5 money off voucher as well... Voted hot, got plenty of vinyls gathering dust, that could do with a spin!! thanks
#4
guru_the;3262248
Sweet, wil this be ok for d.j.ing?


Tesco Value DJ'ing - yes
#5
skyscraper101
Tesco Value DJ'ing - yes


Thanks going to order 2 of these..
#6
many thanks, bought as an xmas pressie for the o/h, we've been stocking up on loads of our fav 80s records from all the local charity shops with nothing to play them on!
#7
is this portable? What batteries does it take?
#8
In theory, could you connect this to a PC? My guess its via the headphones or line-out and into the soundcard or mic connection, but do cables exist that do this?
#9
Jonster
In theory, could you connect this to a PC? My guess its via the headphones or line-out and into the soundcard or mic connection, but do cables exist that do this?


Yeah you can pick up a 3.5mm jack to phono lead in tesco for a few quid. Audio out of the turntable to the mic or line in on your computer.
#10
Ordered for a massive £17.93!!!
#11
sim66
Ordered for a massive £17.93!!!


how did you get it for that?
#12
Eggon
how did you get it for that?



Order Summary:
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1 x Bush RPA-01 Turntable with Radio
£29.93 (1 @ 29.93 each)

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Subtotal of all items:
£29.93

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Delivery included


Total to pay: £29.93
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Payments
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eCoupon payment: -£5.00
(5GBP off direct)

Clubcard Voucher payment: -£7.00
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Total to be taken from your payment card: £17.93
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#13
Jonster
In theory, could you connect this to a PC? My guess its via the headphones or line-out and into the soundcard or mic connection, but do cables exist that do this?


You could, but you will almost certainly need a pre-amp between this and your PC for the best sound.
You could try connecting a line from the heaphone socket on this turntable to the microphone/input socket on your PC, but in my experience this does not produce the best sound.

If you have a lot of vinyl that cannot be replaced on CD for whatever reason, I think it's worth spending a little more on something like this:

DJ Tech Vinyl USB turntable

This is similar to the ION/Numark USB turntables you can see at Maplins and elsewhere with the following differences:

a) The cartridge is an Audio Technica and replaceable, not fixed
b) The turntable has RCA sockets rather than fixed cables (all cables supplied) which eliminates audio hum interference
c) There is a cueing lever absent from the ION/Numark versions
d) There is a detachable cueing light to help you find the start groove on albums.
e) 3-speed, although you would probably want a separate cartridge for your shellac 78s.

Use voucher "summer" for an extra £5 off.
#14
sim66
Don't forget the £5 money off voucher as well... Voted hot, got plenty of vinyls gathering dust, that could do with a spin!! thanks


Where is the voucher?
1 Like #15
dn852k4
Where is the voucher?


This is the code I used :- TDX-NCCL, but there is this one too:- TDXR-EMCL (didn't work for me thou!). Best of luck hope they work for you!:thumbsup:
#16
It almost certainly has a phono pre-amp built in.

"Line out socket to conect to any amplifier".

So you can connect it straight to the Line In on your PC / Any amp. I wouldn't connect it to the Mic input on your PC - it'll be the wrong level and in many cases mono.
#17
What Hi-Fi used to rave about a budget Bush turntable. There was an older model than had five star reviews for years. Anyone know if this is of similar quality?

EDIT: in fact, Richer Sounds still stock it. It's the MTT1 for £50:
http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=BUSH-MTT1-SIL
#18
i have one of these bush mtt1,s only ok imo
#19
What is this "vinyl disc" you speak of? Can I convert my cd collection to play on it?:p
#20
Just what I was looking for. Cheers! :thumbsup:

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