Long ago, in the before time, when giants walked the earth, we listened by candlelight to vinyl records on steam-powered turntables.
OK, maybe we're exaggerating but records sure do seem ancient—unless, of course you're hip to the vinyl revolution that's prompting many musical acts to release more and more of their music on vinyl 45s and LPs. Whether you've got ancient vinyl from bygone times or the latest records you're going to be interested in the Pyle PLTTB9U USB Turntable with USB/SD Card Encoder And AM/FM Radio.
This amazing entertainment system packs a lot of features into one very affordable package. First of all it's a record player that can handle 33 1/3 speed LPs, 45 RPM singles and even those really ancient 78s. (It even includes the adapter you need for 45s. If you don't know what that means, ask your dad, kid.)
Even at this price you get a ceramic cartridge with a jewel needle and two 30 watt speakers. If that was all you got you'd be getting real value for money. But we're just getting started.
The record player has both SD/MMC and USB slots and you can listen to both MP3 and WMA files from either type of device. You can even copy music between the two types of devices. And of course, you can copy your vinyl records to either type of device.
Even if you prefer the warmth of vinyl you should get yourself a PLTTB9U. Convert your records to digital format for everyday listening and save your precious vinyl for special occasions.
And with its Aux In input you can plug in your old cassette deck and convert your cassettes to digital too. When you get tired of all that converting take a break and listen to your favorite FM stereo or AM radio stations.
The versatile, powerful, affordable PLTTB9U is the Swiss army knife of home entertainment.
- Turn your records into MP3s.
- Classic three-speed (33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM) turntable.
- Built-in adapter for 45s included.
- Ceramic cartridge with jewel needle.
- Two built-in 30 watt full range speakers.
- USB and SD encoder easily records old vinyl flash drives or SD/MMC cards.
- Use the Aux In input to connect a cassette deck or other device to record onto USB drive and SD/MMC cards.
- Plays MP3 and WMA files from USB devices and SD/MMC cards.