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Ion air lp bluetooth turntable £69.99 Amazon deal of the day

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Been watching this for a while. Deal of the day so be quick. Cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel. Stream your vinyl wirelessly via Bluetooth, simply pair the turntable with your s… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Been watching this for a while. Deal of the day so be quick. Cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel.

Stream your vinyl wirelessly via Bluetooth, simply pair the turntable with your speaker and enjoy fuss-free connectivity with a range of around 10 m

RCA ports for playback through an existing speaker system not compatible with Bluetooth and headphone output for private listening

aux input and cable allows you to convert or stream wirelessly other sources such as cassette players/CD players

Plays and converts 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records (78 RPM stylus sold separately)

Rip tracks into digital files via USB onto your PC or Mac with the included Ion EZ conversion software; the elegant wooden finish makes the Air LP a addition to any room
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I waited ages to buy this for £80 and now I have it and have been using it for awhile I have to say it's not that great. Sometimes it will take about 10 minutes to connect which is really frustrating. Also there is a really annoying half second delay between hearing the audio straight from the needle and it coming out of the speakers really annoying if you're listening to quiet music. If you absolutely have no other choice then it's not bad but I would always always recommend a record player that you wire in to your hi-fi
#2
Nice to have a wireless deck in theory...however you're creating an unnecessary analogue to digital conversion that's basically killing off the characteristics of playing vinyl. Then you also have the transmission limitations of Bluetooth also affecting quality. However not a bad price if that's not a major concern to you.
#3
...just noticed that it might have physical outputs too giving you the choice to go wired. suppose you can't go too wrong for the asking price!
#4
Kinda ruined that lovely wood look with that over sized branding of a crappy brand
#5
Sell Me
Nice to have a wireless deck in theory...however you're creating an unnecessary analogue to digital conversion that's basically killing off the characteristics of playing vinyl. Then you also have the transmission limitations of Bluetooth also affecting quality. However not a bad price if that's not a major concern to you.


I know, but this a much cheaper option than buying a turntable, amp and speakers...
#6
deal ended now. back to £99.99

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