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Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player Classic Turntable Natural Wood Hi-Fi Stereo System with AM/FM, CD, USB for MP3, Vinyl-to-MP3 Recording & AUX Input for Smartphones & Tablets (EANOS700)

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  • Retro inspired record player delivers room filling sound with a perfectly tuned acoustic cabinet and four speakers for high fidelity audio performance
  • Plays vinyl records, AM/FM radio, CDs, MP3s through USB and includes a 3.5mm auxiliary input for music from your iPhone, iPad, Android or any other smartphone or tablet
  • Authentic handcrafted real wood cabinetry with deep walnut finish creates a vintage design backed by Electrohome's 100 years of developing analog audio systems
  • "Diamond tipped" ceramic needle provides better audio performance with a warm and natural tone and will not harm even your most cherished albums
  • Record any vinyl album to MP3 songs through a built-in USB port without connecting to a computer. Just plug in your USB drive and press record - it's that easy
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Product Specifications

Brand NameElectrohome
Color NameWalnut

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 16.3 x 14.3 inches ; 28 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 30.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008J1IPGS
  • Item model number: EANOS700
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (724 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,993 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2012
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Product Description

Backed by over 100 years of manufacturing high fidelity audio products, Electrohome has paired the design of vintage record players with the technology of modern music systems. Music enthusiasts and casual listeners alike will enjoy an amazing audio journey with the Signature Retro Music System from Electrohome.

Top-Notch Craftsmanship & Premium Audio Components Result in Superior Sound Performance
Each cabinet is handcrafted with real wood and a rich walnut finish. Premium audio components such as the "diamond tipped" needle and tuned acoustic speaker chambers inside the unit give the Signature Music System room filling sound that creates a warm and crisp listening experience. With the natural sound of vinyl, and four high-performance speakers, you'll hear details that you've never heard before.

Enjoy your Entire Music Collection
Most people have music that lives in more than one place. Whether it's the warm tones of your favorite vinyl, AM/FM radio, MP3 music from your USB drive, CD, or listening to your smartphone music through the 3.5mm auxiliary input, the Signature Record Player offers a variety of ways to listen to music.The fully automatic belt-driven turntable spins 7, 10 and 12-inch records at three speeds of 331/3, 45 and 78 revolutions per minute, so you can rest assured knowing that your - and your dads - entire vinyl library can be enjoyed.

Record Vinyl-to-MP3 Easily
This versatile system lets you record your favorite vinyl music so that you can listen to it on other music players. With a built-in MP3 encoder it will convert and transfer your vinyl albums to a USB storage device in MP3 format without the use of a computer.

Classic Design
The old fashioned look will match any décor and make a great addition to any home.


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Customer Reviews

Great looking and sounds good.
Troy Nixon
It has good sound to fill the room and some aux inputs if you wanted to add speakers.
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The look is beautiful - lovely wood, beautifully finished, sleek retro design.
Mary, LMT

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

154 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Robert Spector on January 10, 2013
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Let me first say that the pictures on Amazon do not do this player justice. It is an absolutely lovely piece. This player caught my eye because it is styled differently than most of the "retro" players that are out there. It looks like a vintage piece...not like some of those cheesy all in one record players that you typically see. The player has a wonderful warm sound and is very similar to the Bose systems. I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend this player to anyone who was looking to dust off some old LPs for a spin or begin investing in 180 gram vinyl.
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217 of 234 people found the following review helpful By Kasim A. Sarip on November 25, 2013
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Beautiful Electrohome® SignatureTM Retro Hi-Fi Stereo System with Record Player, CD, MP3 CDs, MP3, AM/FM, Vinyl-to-MP3 (EANOS700)really value for money even though I had to pay shipping charges of $200 by VP SG to send to my home in Singapore.The sound is superb and the look of High-quality handcrafted wood cabinetry is amazing.
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112 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Blue Ridge on July 22, 2013
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The 5 stars is an enthusiastic "So Far, So Good!" reflecting mainly my joy at the music festival I've been having since this stereo arrived almost 3 weeks ago. As of now I really am loving it. Hope-hope it holds up and lasts me at least as long as the other inexpensive one I bought from Walmart 12 years ago (which died on December 26, 2012, swallowing my much-played "Soul Christmas" CD).
To help other potential customers sort things out, here's my profile:
--In the Baby Boomer cohort I'm Class of '46, now living on low Social Security. So this was a splurge for me and I needed to be really careful.
--Am almost totally non-digital: no cellphone,no printer for computer, NO I-POD-- so can't comment on this stereo's apparent ability to record LPs/CDs onto such devices.
--My standards about "sound quality" are probably low compared to those of true aficionados. Am going a little deaf anyway. Over the years have owned some high-quality systems with really good components, but can't afford that now and don't really need it.
WHAT I WANTED: something trustworthy to play LPs (primarily)with the CDs as a bonus (already have a Walkman).
WHY I BOUGHT THIS ONE AND NOT ANOTHER OF THE MANY: For days I read many reviews of inexpensive record player/CD players, on Amazon and elsewhere, before choosing this one. None of the reviews inspired total confidence. All reviews of all cheap models made complaints. (Including TEAC, the brand that died in December, which was plastic-y junky and had several irritating traits I put up with for 12 years, but wasn't eager to repeat.) I ordered this one because it seemed to have the fewest bad reviews and the best overall reviews OF PERFORMANCE for a stereo of this type and cost.
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78 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Smith on January 3, 2014
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This review will be divided into two portions. As I see it the reasons that someone would buy this player can be divided into two main categories. Looks and performance. I will first review it's build quality and aesthetics of the unit and then the performance.

AESTHETICS
I love the way this system looks. It was one of the reasons that I decided to purchase it. After all, this is a piece of furniture and aesthetics are important to me as a consumer. It has a very nice, sturdy feel to it. The wood is very nice and has feels very premium in quality. Each of the knobs and dials gives good resistance and the system as a whole is a joy to operate. It just makes you feel classy using it.

Every person that has come to my house has commented in one way or another about how good the player looks. The pictures don't really do it justice. However it is more than just a piece of furniture, it was built and advertised to perform and it falls short in that respect.

PERFORMANCE
The speaker quality is okay for personal listening. The sound is clear and, for the price, it has a rich range. However as you turn up the volume the quality diminishes pretty quickly. The bass vibrates horribly and the mid to high range gets washed out completely. To be fair, this won't really be a problem unless you are trying to throw a large party and need a lot of power and that's not really what it is meant for.

The main problem is the record player. Most newer vinyl records require a little bit more pressure from the needle to play correctly. Newer vinyl records are a little bit thinner and the grooves aren't quite as deep so, without that increased pressure the needle doesn't stay in the grooves. It will slide over them and skip, just like a scratched CD.
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60 of 71 people found the following review helpful By IR on January 7, 2013
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I bought this unit based on looks and when I got it home I was extremely impressed with how well built this unit was. It has a beautiful dark wood finish. Unlike most units this type the box feels solid and heavy and the wood finish continues to the back of the unit, no cardboard with holes. The sound was also exceptional. My only complaint on the sound is that it is very much like a Bose system with no possible adjustments for bass or treble but nevertheless very good. The radio was also very good with excellent reception in AM and FM. MP3 playback was basic off the usb input but functional and sounded great. No title displayed, just numbers. CD playback was basic as well but sounded great. MP3 recording from phone was also surprisingly good.
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