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Crosley CR704C-PA Musician 3-Speed Turntable with CD/Cassette Player and Portable Audio Ready (Paprika)

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4.1 out of 5 stars 560 customer reviews
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  • Belt Driven Turntable Mechanism
  • Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records
  • Portable Audio Ready-Simply Plug In Your Portable Audio Device Or MP3 Player
  • CD Player, Cassette Deck
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Product Specifications

Brand NameCrosley
Speaker TypeBuilt-in
Color NamePaprika

Technical Details

  • CD Player

Product Description

The Crosley Musician bodes an exterior cabinet that will enthuse even the most discriminating of audiophiles, while the inner workings lend themselves nicely to becoming one of the most prized pieces in your music-listening collection. Vintage-inspired both in substance and style, the Musician is crafted from traditional Crosley standards developed not so long ago. All can appreciate the combination of sophisticated stylings married with modern day conveniences including analog AM/FM radio, programmable CD player, cassette deck and a 3-speed turntable. Let this classic tenderly take you back in time. Crafted of hardwoods and veneers, and smoothly finished in Paprika - one of Crosley's signature shades. If that is not enough, check out 'portable' tunes with our portable audio ready feature. Just connect any portable device with included hardware and prepare yourself for a unique listening experience.

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  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 12.5 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 16.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001W6WN3S
  • Item model number: CR704C-PA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 560 customer reviews
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 15, 2010
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From the Manufacturer

Crosley Musician Turntable
CR44CD Turntable Console CR704 Musician CR7002 Troubadour CR7007 Patriarch CR7008 Symphony CR2413 Memory Master II
Turntable Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records
CD Player CD Player + CD Recorder
AM/FM Radio with Analog Tuner
Cassette Deck
Portable Audio Ready
Programmable 20-Track Memory
Repeat Play / Random Play Repeat Play Repeat Play Repeat Play + Random Play Repeat Play + Random Play Repeat Play + Random Play
Inputs Auxiliary RCA Auxiliary Auxiliary, RCA
Outputs RCA USB, SD Card Slot, External Speaker (Spring Clips), Headphone Jack Headphone Jack RCA
USB Enabled

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I decided to write this review because the only other one available really didn't do this product justice.
As of July 3rd 2010 the only customer review on this product is that of Andres Roura titled "idiotic designer." Here he complains that the lettering on the buttons that identify each feature "CD, Tape, Power, etc" are hard to read because they are the same copper color as the background they are raised on.
First of all, its not that big of a deal. Unless your eye sight is greatly diminished, you should really have no problem reading each button. Besides, after the first 3 or 4 uses, you should have each button/option memorized.
Second, to write such a negative review just because of this aspect is really unfair to the product and misleading to the people who are considering buying it. I understand that everyone is entitled to their opinions and that maybe this "shortcoming" is enough to make some people dislike the product but I just don't like it being the sole interpretation of the it on Amazon because some people use those reviews to make their minds up on certain purchases.

Personally, I very much enjoyed my turntable. I bought it about a month ago and was really worried it wouldn't be good enough or I wouldn't like it.
When I got it (quite fast shipping actually), I was pleasantly surprised. It is a very good size product. Quite sturdy, doesn't feel cheap.
I tried the radio first. The sound was awesome. That was what I was worried about the most but I was not disappointed at all. It provides a very rich a full sound.
The adapter for ipod's or other mp3's on the back was equally great. Same great sound quality. Probably my favorite feature of the whole jukebox.
The CD player is good too and even plays mp3 CD's.
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If you actually read the reviews on this item, rather than just counting the number of stars, there is a lot more revealed about 1) the rationality of people's expectations, 2) the variance in people's perceptions and 3) how people rate an item based on what aspect of the item's performance is important to them.

Taking #1 first: This is a $125 item that plays records at 3 separate speeds; plays cassettes; plays CDs and has a radio. 99% of turntables ALONE cost more than $100 AND 90% of them require additional equipment to perform (an amplifier and speakers, minimum) which would cost a minimum of another couple of hundred dollars. People buy it and complain "Oh! The parts are plastic!" "Oh, the sound is tinny!" Well, many parts for $250 and $300 turntables are plastic AND while the sound quality is not at the audiophile level, it is not tinny at all. If you want perfection, go spend $20,000 on an entertainment system. Stop being ridiculous when you are referring to a $100 purchase.

#2: Of the reviewers who directly mention such things, half of them say the sound quality is mediocre to poor and half say it is very good to excellent. Which is it? The same product cannot be both poor AND excellent. Half the reviewers say it is cheaply made and half say it is sturdy and well-made. Which is it? All this speaks to are people's individual perceptions. Is the item a piece of useless crap? Is it a hand-crafted masterpiece? Neither. It is a decently made and functional item that is a bargain at $125, but would be over-priced at say, $300 or $400.

#3: A majority of the people who rate the item at 2 or 3 stars say that one or more functions are "very good", "pleasing" and "work perfectly", but one or more functions are "disappointing", "don't operate well" or are "poor sounding".
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I actually purchased this record player at a local pawn shop ($65!) where it certainly looked new or at the very least extremely lightly used. I had been looking for a simple record player with internal speakers to sit atop a beautiful antique record stand that was waiting for us in our new rented apartment, and--despite the reservations I had about this one based on the negative Amazon reviews--I couldn't pass up the deal.

To state at the outset and in contrast to some of the reviewers below, I'm no audiophile: though I'm classically trained as a musician, if I need to hear an extremely high quality orchestral recording I'd rather listen to a CD system or with BOSE headphones. I'm also 24, so I'm not pining for some golden age of LPs and won't be upset if the sound from this machine doesn't perfectly conform to my childhood memories. I'm sure there are really excellent record players out there that would be blow this system's output out of the water (just as there are for CD players and any other type of electronic equipment), but I'm not interested in exceptional fidelity, nor--and this is my bone to pick with some reviewers below--could I reasonably expect it for $65.

Some preliminary observations:

1. Great appearance: it looks pretty old timey to me (though the CD deck obviously gives it away as a non-antique). To the criticism that it's shoddily constructed--I'm just not seeing it. The wood seems sturdy to me, even if it doesn't seem terribly aged or varnished. On top of the antique stand, it looks newer by comparison, but not cheaper.

2. Buttons: true that they're hard to read, but not impossible, and there are few enough of them that you'll figure out what they do quickly.
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