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Crosley CR6002A-BK Revolution Portable USB Turntable (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Crosley

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  • Plays 2 Speeds - 33 1/3 And 45 RPM Records
  • Plays 7" And 12" Records
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Product Description

Color: Black

We took the record player "out of the box". Crosley's Revolution turntable truly fits the word in every way. Where other turntables take up space, this one dances around a desk without ado. Where other record players must be kept in their designated place, the Crosley Revolution practically begs to join you on every journey. And where other turntables tangle you in a web of wires, the Crosley Revolution effortlessly pairs with any FM radio for cordless, clear sound. It is a turntable of firsts-the first battery-powered Crosley turntable, the first with a platter smaller than a teacup saucer, and the first with a wireless transmitter for cord-free enjoyment. Users can tote this two-speed turntable with them to vinyl swaps or to a friend's house. Featuring a USB hookup for easy analog-to-digital transfer, the Crosley Revolution will allow users to free their favorites from the grooves for digital enjoyment across a variety of devices. This small but mighty turntable also features a headphone jack, passive audio out, and a dynamic full range speaker.

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 4.1 x 3 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003U8CI9A
  • Item model number: CR6002A-BK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,568 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 29, 2010

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very good sound and very easy to do.
skiman10
It records at a terribly low volume with loud static over the top.
Rob
It sounds very good thorough headphones or through an aux speaker.
DeaconBlues1977

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Matt Louis on November 16, 2010
Color Name: Black
Looking for a record player for the house -- for both casual listening and making mp3s of my collection. Everything I looked at took up TOO much room -- either on my desk when recording, or around my stereo system. Saw this and decided to give it a try. Glad I did.

Was really surprised by the build quality. Although the unit is plastic, it seems to be built around a sturdy metal frame -- the hinge mechanism is steel, not plastic as I expected. Controls are right on top, and the 45 rpm adapter is a sturdy rubber and stores in the unit. Tone arm is metal and plastic, with a nice diamond cartridge.

Lots of listening options -- headphone and audio out. Internal speaker is a bit tinny, but met my expectations given the small size of the unit. REALLY AWESOME -- FM transmitter! This worked great with my stereo. Just dialed in the radio station and listened wirelessly from about 15 feet. Works much better than the junk I bought for my in-car iPod use. Connection via USB to computer was simple, and Audacity software is included. Ripped vinyl sounded very good -- finally got my white album on the iPod!

Don't know how much I will use the battery power (6 AA), but I gave it a go. Left the unit on overnight, and it was still playing at the correct speed the next morning. So if you need to go portable, looks like you won't be disappointed.

Highly recommend this unit if you are in the market for a turntable.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Moobs on January 12, 2011
Color Name: Black
I thought this thing would be a great way to have a turntable around the house without the need to permanently set it up somewhere. Was very excited to try it when it came...OH MY =/

This thing sounds TERRIBLE!! That is an understatement. If it just sounded low quality, that would be fine. The bigger problem is that the thing is uneven and wobbles and makes the records sound like the whole thing is going through some kind of awful chorus pedal or fast flange or something. YUCK! Not to mention that the speed is a little off no matter what, so the pitch is also always a little off.

It sucks, because I really wanted to like this! The form factor and USB out is perfect for my needs...unfortunately, the thing doesn't play records worth a damn...which kind of defeats the purpose.
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful By skiman10 on November 27, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have been working the Revolution for a few days now and am impressed. I ordered this as a "gift for myself" and am glad I did. I needed something portable because I attend quite a few record shows and like to listen and "test" the vinyl prior to paying for it, especially if it is a rare or expensive album, and this fits the bill. I have seen a number of collectors in recent years with the old "Sound Burgers", and this is no different, but better in my opinion. The build quality is solid. While the outer cover is plastic, there is a metal frame underneath.

The unit has a nice, magnetic cartridge. That surprised me. Also, I was unaware when I bought it about the FM broadcasting capability. It just blows me away to sit in my kitchen and play my albums through my Bose wave radio 10 feet away. Very good sound and very easy to do. The battery life is unbelievable. I am likely nearing 24 hours on the original batteries and things still sound good. I recorded a few mp3's from it as well and the sound quality matches my Technics turntable. I burned the mp3's directly in to Audacity (a copy comes with it or you can download) and then tried my own Wieser software and it worked great. The internal speaker is also nice, but you won't be able to listen to it if there is background noise. You will need headphones or to broadcast it over FM. It also has a "line out" and headphone jack, something I appreciate because I will likely leave it hooked in to my amp when I am at home. If I were to change anything, I would likely upgrade the tone arm with variable weighting, but you can't have everything, especially at the price.

Didn't expect to feel this good about it, but I think this one will be with me for quite some time. I may grab another for a gift for a friend.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rob on April 1, 2011
Color Name: Black
I've owned two Crosley products. The first was the Crosley suitcase turntable. It served its purpose and the sound was okay, but after about a year it just stopped working and wouldn't power up. I then invested in a nice turntable and stereo. Eventually I decided I wanted to transfer my records to mp3s, but I didn't want something to take up any more space. I assumed the Crosley Revolution would fit the bill and purchased it. When I opened the package I was shocked at how cheaply it was made. This disappointed me because I expected to be able to take advantage of it's portability, but if you take this thing anywhere I'm sure it won't make it back to your home in one piece. I felt like it was going to break every time I popped it open to put a record on. Also, the tone arm is so exposed and flimsy that its days are numbered. So, I decided that I could just keep it in a drawer and take it out just to transfer music to my computer. However, this thing won't even serve that purpose. With the accompanying software, it transfers music at such a low volume that it's just laughable. The turntable itself puts out so much noise that you can hear it rattle over the music. It also creates a loud hiss as soon as you turn the power on. It records at a terribly low volume with loud static over the top. I used the accompanying software to normalize the sound and filter out the noise, but it just filtered out the music as well. Don't even bother listening to it out loud with the speaker. I had a fisher price tape player as a kid that sounded better than this. The FM transmitter also didn't do anything and I couldn't find the signal. This product is worthless for most of its advertised uses.Read more ›
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