Steepletone ST918 Turntable & Vinyl Bundle (Ed Sheeran, Royal Blood and Hozier) £48.99 Delivered @ Xtra Vision (Using Code)
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Steepletone ST918 Turntable & Vinyl Bundle (Ed Sheeran, Royal Blood and Hozier) £48.99 Delivered @ Xtra Vision (Using Code)

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Found 21st Apr 2015
Use 'XVPOUND' to shave a pound off the price.

The turntable is £37.99 on Amazon and the Vinyls around £15-20 each.

Steepletone ST918 Cream 3 Speed Stereo Turntable Record Player 33, 45, 78 RPM
Enjoy your vinyl record collection all over again with the Steepletone st918 stand alone stereo record player.The Steepletone st918 stereo vinyl turntable has built in stereo speakers and can play vinyl at three different speeds 33 1/3rpm, 45rpm and 78rpm, so it can be used with an extensive collection of your favourite old records. Boasting a built in amplifier with high quality 1w rms twin speakers, this stand alone stereo turntable is all you need to listen to your favourite records simply just plug it in and play
It is also much more than just a traditional record player you can transfer all your vinyl to a pc or mac using the 3.5mm to rca phono lead, plus you can also connect it using the line out connections to your existing audio equipment or a subwoofer speaker for extra rich bass sound. This makes the Steepletone st918 stereo record player the perfect unit for reviving all your 33, 45 or 78 rpm records. Further features of the Steepletone st918 record player include: auto stop switch, 45rpm spindle adaptor supplied, large rotary power on-off volume control button, power on led indicator light, built in twin speakers, line out socket, 3.5mm dia headphone socket (headphones not supplied).The Steepletone st918 stereo record player also comes with a 1 year warranty from the manufacturer.
Specification:
Built in amplifier with 3.5mm headphone jack
Line output sockets on the rear to connect to another amplifier or hi-fi
3 speed turntable under perspex lid (33/45/78rpm speed selector)
Auto stop switch
Built in twin speakers
Dimensions Height 12.0cm x Width 31.5cm x Depth 28.5cm
Weight 2.2KG's
Wattage 2 x 1W RMS Output
Speed Turntable 33 1/3/45/78rpm
Speaker qty and size 2:2"
4 Ohm's
Power Supply 230V AC Mains ~ 50hz
Power Consumption 8W
3.5mm dia headphone socket (headphones not supplied)
Vinyl Bundle:
Pick up the Steepletone st918 turntable with 3x great Vinyl's to get your collection started. Those Vinyl records are the latest albums from Ed Sheeran, Royal Blood and Hozier.

Worth noting that if you buy something cheap, you can get £5 off using the 5DEALSPWN code.
- ScarboroughKID

32 Comments

Original Poster

The plural of vinyl is vinyl.

Original Poster

georgeszone

The plural of vinyl is vinyl.



I learn something new everyday.

Wonder if I could just resell hosier and ed sheeran...cheap record player and royal blood vinyl!

Nice find, different to games

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"Oh I do love a good deal on antiques..." (_;)

"high quality 1w rms twin speakers" wow oO

I sometimes see hipster types sitting outside bars or cafes listening on these things with £300 headphones. I'm sure it's a good price but my budget for self-humiliation only goes so far

This is quite an awful looking Record Player

That's enough to put you off vinyl for life

the record player is awful. I have one and its now gathering dust as it's just a terrible sound, even if i pump it through the stereo it's flat and lifeless.
I love vinyl but not with this deck

Asphyz

This is quite an awful looking Record Player



That it is, and a poor albeit popular choice of albums. But really, it's got a built in amp and if you like the music that comes with it it's a decent price. You can pick up second hand turntables cheap but they won't always have a built in amp or pre amp which could mean you need something with a phono input to even use it. This also has the line out so you can connect it to something you've got hanging round with the RCA input on the back. And it even has a lid!

New vinyl releases can be reasonably priced - Occasionally little more than the cost of a CD, and if you also like the idea of going round second hand stores and probably finding a lot of Abba & Kenny Rogers albums (added bonus if you like either) this could potentially be a wise purchase.

Edit: However, a point above, the sound is apparently terrible. Not all cheap decks are terrible, I've got an ion TTusb thing which had a low RRP if I recall and while I know I could get better it's fine.
Edited by: "smoguka" 21st Apr 2015

Think I'll stick with my Rega thanks, thumbs up for Royal Blood though

Wow. A terrible turntable and 3 terrible albums! What a deal....

Just kidding, I'm sure the albums are good (not my cup of tea), but honestly the turntable isn't worth it. You'd be better of throwing it in the bin when it arrives and buying a proper one. A Project Debut Carbon or Rega RP1 would do the trick just fine.

Link for a "hot" turntable anyone?

IMHO you are wasting your time buying modern Vinyl albums. In most cases the recording is sourced digitally, thus removing the benefits of having an analouge source. Going around second hand shops sourcing old Vinyl and picking up old gems is a great waste of an afternoon.

I managed to find all of Gerry Rafferty's back catalouge, a few Steely Dan albums and a slightly dodgy, but playable copy of Wish You Were Here - all for £10.

Hi, found this cheaper on ebay £31.99 with free del. got very good feedback. ebay.co.uk/itm…9=0

Sorry just realized there are no vinyls

Get a second hand Technics 1200/1210 from ebay and some decent music or please stay the hell away from vinyl. This is a plastic hipster starter-pack for the lamest kind of wannabe.

pnewark

A Project Debut Carbon or Rega RP1


j2theg

a second hand Technics 1200/1210.



While all highly regarded, they don't come cheap. I don't see an issue with buying something cheap and going off hunting for albums - Of course if the sound quality of this really is that bad, there won't be a lot of joy in it, but cheap decks with acceptable sound do exist. It's nice to have a physical product that you can play and appreciate the artwork of, CD's you may play in the car but it's not uncommon to copy it to your computer and never use the disc again.

The Sheeran LP might make a good frisbee if you're lucky.

bluenewt

The Sheeran LP might make a good frisbee if you're lucky.


Might still be playable though

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This will make your records cry. A good second hand deck will be many times better. Not voting either way as it could be a good price for some but I wouldn't put my vinyl anywhere near this thing.

The needle on this will most likely be horrific and gouge vinyl until it's unlistenable but I will give heat as very cheap and a few albums bundled in.

cheap record players are useless....however depending on if vinyls have become mainstream enough to sell the mediocre mainstream records.....might JUST about be worth it if you want to make like £3.

The current hipster resurgeance with vinyl I find odd. Whilst the majority of the general public cannot even tell the difference between MP3 and standard 16 bit CDs from 1982 technology which is considered brittle sounding to the 'warmth' of vinyl, the true digital future of vinyl beating 24 bit FLAC just is not taking off outside a niche market.

So we have gone from Vinyl to digital, digital to compressed digital, hipsters back to vinyl, and avoidance of enhanced digital.

Shocking turntable, three shocking albums, no wonder why its so cheap. Save your money and buy a decent turntable instead.

Worth noting that if you buy something cheap, you can get £5 off using the 5DEALSPWN code. I've ordered and given you heat OP, thanks. I like all 3 albums, and cheap turntable will do for now whilst I decide whether to build a collection or not.
Edited by: "OliverBanks91" 21st Apr 2015

I can get my 78s out again! http://media.giphy.com/media/Hz70b2DBu2yHu/giphy.gif

The Ed Sheeran vinyl cost me nearly £20 in HMV last year (it includes a digital download) almost had a heart attack at that price none of my other vinyl albums bought in the last 10 years cost more than £12-13 new if you assume the other two albums cost around £20 too your getting a record player albeit one that wont be very good free

therealclaireh

The Ed Sheeran vinyl cost me nearly £20 in HMV last year (it includes a … The Ed Sheeran vinyl cost me nearly £20 in HMV last year (it includes a digital download) almost had a heart attack at that price none of my other vinyl albums bought in the last 10 years cost more than £12-13 new if you assume the other two albums cost around £20 too your getting a record player albeit one that wont be very good free



Most vinyls cost that in HMV from my experience. Luckily the people on eBay who sell imports for about £12 exist.

most people in the 50/60s had ropey record players including my second player bought in portobello road ....still loved playing them drove my mum nuts ....always been too much snobbery where record players are concerned.... just turn it up !!

No point buying a cheap record player stick to your CDs but vinyl is great on decent equipment check out richer sounds
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