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Ion Air LP wireless streaming turntable £60 instore @ Sainsbury's
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Ion Air LP wireless streaming turntable £60 instore @ Sainsbury's

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Posted 28th MarLocal
Ion Air LP Wireless Streaming Turntable. Taking you all back into time. Was £100 down to £60 in my local Sainsbury's (Milton Keynes City)3205271.jpg
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Anyone seen any elsewhere?
Hmmm. I'm not sure these are worthwhile. An extra bit of cash gets you a audio technica which is said to be best for budget. Check out richer sounds website as I think they have a BT version around 120.
josephobrien200028/03/2019 18:59

Hmmm. I'm not sure these are worthwhile. An extra bit of cash gets you a …Hmmm. I'm not sure these are worthwhile. An extra bit of cash gets you a audio technica which is said to be best for budget. Check out richer sounds website as I think they have a BT version around 120.


I know what your saying about quality but another £60 is more than an "extra bit of cash" it's double this price so not really a comparable deal
Genuine question - why would someone buy music in an expensive, high-fidelity format then play it digitally streamed through bluetooth on a system that's entry level at best, and damaging to your records at worst? It's like playing 4K Blu Rays on a 14" CRT.

If you can afford £20-30 a pop for an album you can surely afford not to skimp on a turntable. There's some more than competent models which can be had for around £130-150.
I'll tell you why this is a good deal

It's half the price as the next best option

People like me are not interested in buying re issues of Albums for over £10 when I've already gotta loft full of Albums that I might wish to listen to occasionally.

Heat from me.
What is the point of having such thing? To digitize and stream music with compression to Bluetooth speaker and then start telling everyone about better quality of analogue sound?
Utter crap
Taking us all back into time? Were we out of time?
I have one of these - bought it primarily because of the bluetooth functionality. Anyway, the sound quality is horrendous - it's bad enough with a wired connection to an amp, but even worse via bluetooth. There is a lot of 'needle talk' (it doesn't have a tone arm weight), and the sound through speakers is very tinny. I'm going to sell mine and buy something decent.
col1115 h, 43 m ago

I know what your saying about quality but another £60 is more than an …I know what your saying about quality but another £60 is more than an "extra bit of cash" it's double this price so not really a comparable deal


Fair point.
fuzzy_logic1 h, 26 m ago

I have one of these - bought it primarily because of the bluetooth …I have one of these - bought it primarily because of the bluetooth functionality. Anyway, the sound quality is horrendous - it's bad enough with a wired connection to an amp, but even worse via bluetooth. There is a lot of 'needle talk' (it doesn't have a tone arm weight), and the sound through speakers is very tinny. I'm going to sell mine and buy something decent.


Yes this is what I suspected. I bought a similar spec one from Argos and it was returned . Back in the day, record players did not sound like that! Buy at 60 quid theres nothing out there that sounds good.
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