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Enjoy your favorite vinyl records through the system of your choice with the silver Crosley C100A Turntable. It features a belt-driven design with a switchable stereo RCA pre-out/output to connect to your preamp or compatible home system. The turntable has a two-speed design and will play records at 33 1/3 and 45 rpm. Its S-shaped tonearm has an adjustable counterweight system for proper balance. The turntable includes a 45 rpm adapter to fit your singles.
The adjustable counterweight and s-shaped curves of the aluminum tonearm will get in the groove. Get flashy with the adjustable strobe pitch control, and with a built-in pre-amp, the C100 is ready to rock with any powered speaker system.
Amp it Up
The C100 is loaded with a built in preamp, so out of the box it's ready to blast with powered speakers. Or, plug your own preamp in and flip a switch to have music on your terms. Speakers plug in with RCA output ports, so you can customize your total music experience.
Built for Sound
ABS construction gives the C100 a solid foundation. A transparent lid can be lifted up to control the tunes, or shut to protect records and wandering hands from messing with careful adjustments.
Using a belt-driven mechanism, the C100 turns at two speeds to play 33 1/3 rpm LPs and 45 rpm singles. There's even a 45 adapter, so you're covered at either speed.
Get the Point
The C100 comes equipped with a diamond-tipped Audio Technica needle to pick up every detail of every cut.
Adjustable pitch control uses a strobe light beaming onto the platter dots to tame those finicky albums that tweak high or low, giving each note optimum sound.
No Skate Zone
The s-shaped tonearm resists skating, preserving your sound and your precious records.