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Victrola Suitcase Bluetooth 3-Speed Turntable - Black £23.63 @ eBay (seller: tech-refresh)
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Victrola Suitcase Bluetooth 3-Speed Turntable - Black £23.63 @ eBay (seller: tech-refresh)

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Posted 4th Mar

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Portable design: just flick the clip on the front, and with the easy carry handle, you can take your vinyl anywhere you want. Just plug back in to the mains and you’re ready to listen to your favourite vinyl records.
3-speed Turntable: Record player with 3-speed belt driven turntable (33 1/3, 45, 78 RPM) plays all of your vinyl records and favorite albums.
Bluetooth: Built-in Bluetooth wirelessly streams music up to 10m away.
Stereo speakers: Built-in stereo speakers make all of your vinyl sound great.
Loaded with features: Feel free to choose from Black, Retro Map, Turquoise and UK Flag.
Loaded with features: 3.5mm aux-in for playing music from your MP3 player, tablet or phone, RCA Aux-in, headphone jack and line out on the back, if you wish to listen on larger speakers.

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I've heard these are crap.
Record Destroyer!
perfect for that rare soul collection 45's
The price is just too low. Surely quality has to be compromised at this price?
Please no, don't do it.

A stylus, (needle) should cost more than this, at roughly 35 (the minimum.. They go watt watt up)

So don't know what you'll get for £23.63 including the actual turntable
Edited by: "Alexcolvill" 4th Mar
Gollywood04/03/2020 20:45

The price is just too low. Surely quality has to be compromised at this …The price is just too low. Surely quality has to be compromised at this price?


It is, massively. Plus, as others have mentioned, it will destroy your records over time.
Penguin00704/03/2020 21:33

It is, massively. Plus, as others have mentioned, it will destroy your …It is, massively. Plus, as others have mentioned, it will destroy your records over time.


And not much time at that.
banjomike04/03/2020 23:24

And not much time at that.


More or less instantly IMO.

Wrecks records in realtime - upon first play!
JamesSmith04/03/2020 23:27

More or less instantly IMO.Wrecks records in realtime - upon first play!


Let’s be honest... most people buying records these days will only listen once if at all. Fair few people will actually buy vinyl for listening, most buy for Instagram shots etc. Sad when you actually think about it, but if it means they’ll still produce vinyl going forward then I am all for it
Hungryhorris05/03/2020 02:14

Let’s be honest... most people buying records these days will only listen o …Let’s be honest... most people buying records these days will only listen once if at all. Fair few people will actually buy vinyl for listening, most buy for Instagram shots etc. Sad when you actually think about it, but if it means they’ll still produce vinyl going forward then I am all for it


Very weird 'fake news' comment, simply nonsense.
Hungryhorris05/03/2020 02:14

Let’s be honest... most people buying records these days will only listen o …Let’s be honest... most people buying records these days will only listen once if at all. Fair few people will actually buy vinyl for listening, most buy for Instagram shots etc. Sad when you actually think about it, but if it means they’ll still produce vinyl going forward then I am all for it


Load of rubbish.
Please don't buy this, it will skate across your records and scratch them. A decent record deck will cost £100 upwards. These crosley cruiser rip-offs are a joke and should be avoided at all costs.
Basically a vertical turret lathe for vinyl
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