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Electrohome Wellington 4-In-1 Nostalgia Turntable Real Wood Stereo System with Record Player, USB Recording, MP3, CD & AM/FM Radio - EANOS502

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  • 4-in-1 Music Center? plays USB, vinyl records, CD-R/RW and the radio
  • Convert your vinyl and CD collection to USB
  • Full size turn table plays 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM vinyl records
  • Elegant, furniture grade, real wood finish
  • Illuminated tuning dial and traditional rotary controls for On/Off, volume, tuning and band selection; Dual full range dynamic speakers
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Product Specifications

Brand NameElectrohome
Color NameMohogany
Special Features4-in-1 Music Center- plays USB, vinyl records, CD-R/RW and the radio, Convert your vinyl and CD collection to USB, Full size turn table plays 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM vinyl records, Elegant, furniture grade, real wood finish, Illuminated tuning dial and traditional rotary controls for On/Off, volume, tuning and band selection, Dual full range dynamic speakers

Technical Details

  • 4-in-1 Music Center- plays USB, vinyl records, CD-R/RW and the radio
  • Convert your vinyl and CD collection to USB
  • Full size turn table plays 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM vinyl records
  • Elegant, furniture grade, real wood finish
  • Illuminated tuning dial and traditional rotary controls for On/Off, volume, tuning and band selection, Dual full range dynamic speakers

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 21 inches ; 19.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00574HPX4
  • Item model number: EANOS502
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,578 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 15, 2011
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Product Description

Combine the charm of yesterday with the technology of today with a classic design from Electrohome. Backed with over 100 years in manufacturing quality products, each unit is handcrafted with real wood. You can play your entire collection of vinyl records, CD-R/RW, MP3s on USB and even tune in to AM/FM radio.

4-in-1 System
Listen to all your music in one elegantly handcrafted system, including vinyl records, CDs, MP3s and radio. The full-size top loader will play 33, 45, and 78 RPM vinyl records. The motorized, slide-out CD tray maintains the classic look of the system while the digital display offers modern functioning. MP3s can be enjoyed simply by inserting a USB drive into the port. You can also listen to your favorite radio station with the AM/FM tuner.

Archive Your Vinyl and CD Collection
You can finally unleash your record collection. Transfer all your vinyl to MP3 with the touch of a button – no PC required. We’ve built a USB encoder right into our system. So simply plug in your USB drive, hit the record button and play your record. There’s no need to edit the files after converting to MP3.

Classic Vintage Design
Not only is this system great for entertaining, the nostalgic look of this music system also makes it a great conversation piece. The hand-crafted wood finish and classic design will complement any décor, and the rubber feet on the bottom of the unit will protect your furniture from scuffs or scratches. The intricate design of the woodwork, with rounded edges and accents, beautifully displays the craftsmanship associated with yesteryear. This system is a perfect combination of inspired vintage design and modern functionality.

Powerful Speakers and Headphone Port
Whether you're listening to your favorite record, CD, or radio station, the two dynamic speakers housed inside wood cabinetry will provide high-fidelity sound. For private listening, a 3.5 mm headphone jack is built into the front of the unit. IC- based circuit boards reduce background noise and a 20-watt amplifier produces superior sound quality.

Traditional Rotary Control
The radio tuner on this stereo system further enhances the nostalgic authenticity. Small details like the warm orange backlit radio dial and the rotary control knobs are consistent with the look and feel of vintage Electrohome® products.

Beautiful and Strong High-Quality Cabinet
Upholding the Electrohome® reputation of manufacturing quality products, the Nostalgia Music Center is built to last. Beautifully handcrafted with furniture-grade wood and the highest quality components, you will enjoy this superior system for years to come.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

AND....can play CD's and MP3s.
J*Me
Overall, I love it......and would recommend it to anyone looking for a record player.......
Michelle M. Reed
Looks and works great, sounds good.
Lee A. Nelson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Quitan Obers on November 26, 2011
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I received this packaged very well, easy to have up and going in 20 seconds and it works well. Radio reception is tricky, but I attritube that to living in the country rather than the radio...to fix this we attached an extra length of antenae cord to the one provided and ran it through the window. Nice compact size and good sound. Really easy to use. One downfall is that the remote that comes with it is ONLY for the CD but I don't really care.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Karen Sampson Hudson on October 10, 2013
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I'm a musician with a piano and brass studio, and an extensive collection of vinyl, cds, and mp3s. I find the Electrohome Wellington 4-1 player/recorder to be completely delightful! The wooden case is a beautiful addition to my studio, and the retro styling makes it a conversation piece among my students and visitors. Being able to record vinyl records and cds onto a portable USB flash drive is amazingly convenient. One of my favorite activities using this quality-made product is to play my large collection of old-time radio mysteries on the USB player: Instant nostalgia in the programs and in the retro-styling of the Wellington!

I recommend this beautiful, functional radio/player to everyone who enjoys music.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Christopher M. Mcguinness on January 30, 2013
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When I received this product the table had a wobble which caused certain record to skip. I tried adjusting the table and must have knocked one of the pulleys or gears loose because it stopped turning all together. I contacted the vendor and returned the product for repair. After about 2 months they finally returned it to me, having fixed the gear or pulley but the table still had a large wobble causing records to skip. After the long wait and having paid for the return shipping I was a little upset. At this point they agreed to pay for the second return shipping and fix the wobble properly. I am still waiting for the return. Overall I am disappointed they did not fix the wobble the first time. But their customer service responded quickly when they saw their mistake and I was appeased by their offer to cover the return shipping the second time.

All in all, this is not a quality product. It looks very nice though. I would guess that most of them do not have this problem, but I can only give feedback from my experience.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Laura Tamkin on January 15, 2013
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Very attractive cabinet. Might not be the greatest sound possible, but for my small living room this is working very well. I love the compactness. Everyday I listen to the radio while cooking....I recommend for anyone who likes retro look and would like the capability of hearing their LPs
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By dbphoenix on September 11, 2013
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I'm an easy sell on this. I looked at all the vintage products of this sort available through Amazon and chose this one partly because of the way it looks, partly because of the fact that it's wood (loved the look of the Crosley console, but it's fiberboard), partly because of the generally favorable reviews (much better than most), partly because of the USB socket. HOWEVER, let's get real. This is a $140-dollar item. One hundred and forty dollars. For a radio, turntable, CD player, USB electronics. My old turntable alone cost more than that. So of course the turntable is junk, not much different from what you'd buy for a child at Toys-R-Us. And the CD player? What can be its life expectancy?

But that's not why I bought it. If I wanted a high-quality high-fidelity turntable/CD player/tuner combo with lease-breaker speakers, I sure wouldn't be buying this. Instead I bought it, first, because of the way it looks, second, because it's wood (you can't get anything approaching a full sound out of fiberboard), and, third, because of the USB socket. Sitting next to my 1940s radio in my 1940s house, listening to 1940s music and 1940s radio shows, I'm a happy camper. And if that's what you're looking for, you'll be delighted with this (I probably wouldn't use the CD player anyway even if it were to last longer than I because I'd rather rip CDs to my thumb drive and use that instead, like we used to do when we made compilation cassettes).

So as long as it turns on and the USB electronics work, I'm happy.

As for scratching the furniture, it has soft feet on the bottom. As for packaging and delivery, the unit was tightly boxed both in its display carton and within the shipping carton, and the UPS man carried it to my door as if it were a newborn baby.

Even if this blows up, I will most likely rip out the innards and put in a wireless tablet with mini-speakers. I'm not even sure if I'll return it if all of this takes place within 30 days.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Emily C. on November 14, 2013
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Overall, this record player is great. The CD feature worked fine for me. I can plug up my iPod and play music through it. The radio has great reception and it actually has yellow backlighting that adds to the nostalgia of it. Most of my records play fine on this player. The only problem I have experienced thus far was that it's a little wobbly so a few of my records had a skip in them. I changed the surface I had it on though and haven't had this issue since. So it seems you just need to make sure you have a really steady surface in which to play this on. The record feature is fairly simple. I have a MacBook and once I plugged my USB drive in and clicked on the song, it went straight to iTunes. The hardest part of recording is getting the timing right. It does not start for you. You have to set the stylus down at a good time to avoid having a blank spot on your recording or hitting part of the previous song. Side note: the instructions tell you to hit the record button twice and start playback and when it starts flashing rEC it's recording. I tried this and it never seems to record at the right time. I find it a lot easier to hit record twice, get my stylus ready at the right spot, and then when it starts blinking rEC, set the stylus down. This way I ensure I get a good timed recording. Takes some practice. I read some complaints about the sound quality but it's more than loud enough for me. Guess that's personal preference. Overall, for the cheap price, I would recommend this player to anyone!
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