The Pyle Home Vintage Turntable System (Black) is a retro vintage turntable system with built-in speakers. It incorporates an AM/FM radio, CD player and cassette player. It also plays MP3 files from a USB memory device or SD card. The system affords direct vinyl-to-MP3 encoding without a computer. And there's a slide-out iPod/MP3 player compartment. The system sports a Black finish.
- All-In-One Entertainment Center
- As a space-saving music player, the Retro Vintage Turntable System puts everything you need for playing your old and new media in one tabletop unit. Whether you're spinning a record or CD, playing a cassette, listening to the radio, plugging in an SD card or USB drive filled with music or docking an iPod, the system will have you stomping to the beat. It also features an auxiliary audio input for other devices and a stereo output. And you can turn the music on your vinyl collection (33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records) into digital music (MP3) files that are written directly to an SD card or USB memory device.
- Golden Age of Radio Design
- Pyle piles on the retro and vintage adjectives for good reason -- the model would fit perfectly into your great grandmother's living room. But once she got past tuning in a fireside chat or dropping the needle on a 78, she'd be bewildered by the front-loading CD player, SD card slot, USB input and iPod compartment.
- iPod/iPhone Dock
- Pull out the drawer on the side of the system and you'll find a standard 30-pin dock connector for playing and charging your iPhone or iPod.
- Computer-Free Rip `n Roll
- It's a cinch to convert records to MP3 files using the built-in encoder. You can even point the included remote at the unit and simply press the record button.
- Input and Output Jacks
- Plug other devices you own into the system to take advantage of the stereo speakers by using the auxiliary audio jack. If you prefer private listening, no problem. Just plug your earphones into the front headphone jack. Alternatively, if you want to take advantage of a larger stereo system, there's a stereo output on the back.
Note:1/7/2013Toned down FEAT2 as per Steve comments