Amplified - Black vinyl record player - Debenhams - £21
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Amplified - Black vinyl record player - Debenhams - £21

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Found 26th Jan
Down from £70. SH4Z for free delivery
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Thank you @antoinette1308 I couldn't resist at that price
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andywedge7 m ago

Thank you @antoinette1308 I couldn't resist at that price


No problem! Glad you got the deal
HURRY ONLY 3 LEFT. Bargain.
Too late for me all gone now.
Good find missed out
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Don't play anything valuable to you on this player...
Oh well I'll have to make do with my inferior torrented mp3s
pengwyn5 h, 27 m ago

Oh well I'll have to make do with my inferior torrented mp3s


I'd stick with the mp3 up against this pile of shite
If you go to the bottom of the ops page there is a white one available and only 3 left in stock at 8am this morning. Good Luck
I just cant see the appeal of this now, having grown up with this tech, People say that vinyl sounds better, my memories even on a good turntable where not so. Scratches and pops, having to turn record over. Great memories though, but thats it. I assume that the real die hards who appreciate this and love vinyl certainly would not play their prised collection on this sh*te. On the other hand you can have a flac or mp3 file that sound good through the right equipment. What next, the reel to reel tape recorder?
Edited by: "Bendown" 27th Jan
Bendown9 h, 10 m ago

I just cant see the appeal of this now, having grown up with this tech, …I just cant see the appeal of this now, having grown up with this tech, People say that vinyl sounds better, my memories even on a good turntable where not so. Scratches and pops, having to turn record over. Great memories though, but thats it. I assume that the real die hards who appreciate this and love vinyl certainly would not play their prised collection on this sh*te. On the other hand you can have a flac or mp3 file that sound good through the right equipment. What next, the reel to reel tape recorder?


I briefly got into vinyl last year. Absolutely love the idea of collection different coloured records and getting the big artwork to display. I had a few records that beat the CD masters, but I found the clicks and pops annoying, especially if a record got charged with static. I spent way too much money to get a good sound, buying different turntables, brushes, inner sleeves and solutions.

Eventually, I said to hell with this, and now I'm back to listening to FLAC, and I buy the CD if it's an album I love. Vinyl has too many problems for my liking. I understand if you spend a tonne of money you can get good results, but I'd rather buy the CD for 50% less and know without a doubt it will play perfectly.
deaddrama12 m ago

I briefly got into vinyl last year. Absolutely love the idea of collection …I briefly got into vinyl last year. Absolutely love the idea of collection different coloured records and getting the big artwork to display. I had a few records that beat the CD masters, but I found the clicks and pops annoying, especially if a record got charged with static. I spent way too much money to get a good sound, buying different turntables, brushes, inner sleeves and solutions.Eventually, I said to hell with this, and now I'm back to listening to FLAC, and I buy the CD if it's an album I love. Vinyl has too many problems for my liking. I understand if you spend a tonne of money you can get good results, but I'd rather buy the CD for 50% less and know without a doubt it will play perfectly.


In my time I have spent many hundreds of pounds on turntables and tone arms/cartridges, and never touched the actual record, always held by centre and edge. Always and I mean always after a few plays the record picks up duct and you get the pops and noises that the needle picks up as it goes round in the grove of the record. It is an old analogue method of playing back music. It is great to visit the past and possibly relive this era but to actually start collecting and moving away from todays easy quality sound that a flac or mp3 file can offer is really just pointless. I now have an amazon alexa and it is great, just say alexa play back this track and off it goes. I would never go back to this or to the vhs tape. Still it takes all sort I guess. I think people are just getting sucked in to a fad and the records they are paying £20 will be worthless in a few years time.
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