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Emerson EME-NR303TTC 4-in-1 Vintage Classic Turntable Real Wood Stereo System with AM/FM Radio, CD, Cassette Tape, and Full Size Record Player (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Retro-design turntable/CD/AM/FM/tape cassette stereo system; Built-in AM/FM antenna for superior reception
  • Elegant honey wood finish; Deluxe lighted rotary dial analog radio
  • Top-loading type vinyl record player; Plays 33, 45 & 78 RPM vinyl records
  • Motorized, drawer-loading CD player; CD-R/RW playback compatible; Dual full range dynamic speakers
  • Beautiful and strong high quality construction; Easy-to-use rotary volume and radio tuning knobs; Headphone port for private listening.

Product Description

Music enthusiasts and casual listeners alike will enjoy the vintage design and state-of-the-art technology that distinguishes the Emerson 4-in-1 Classic Stereo System. Play your entire collection of vinyl records, CDs, cassette tape, and even tune in to AM and FM radio with this unique all-in-one system. The old-fashioned look of this music player will match any decor, while the rich sound emanating from the speakers will play in crystal clarity. This stereo system is a work of art in sound, style, quality, and in image. It features 2 hi-fidelity stereo speakers that propel the sound from the AM/FM radio, record, cassette tape, or CD. A perfect addition to any room in your home to remind you of the days when just a penny would give you a melody and a dance. Modern technology in a beautiful design - great sounding and cool looking. Get ready to rock 'n roll and enjoy all different kinds of music with the Emerson 4-in-1 Classic Stereo System! List of Contents: Emerson EME-NR303TTC 4-in-1 Vintage Stereo System, owner's manual, 1 year manufacturer's direct warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 22 x 12 inches ; 22 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000793YUC
  • Item model number: NR303TT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,665 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 23, 2005

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Customer Reviews

Great sound quality for all venues, radio, CD, tape player and turntable.
johnc
The sound system was really good (my idea of great would be a Bose surround sound), and very clear.
tkoock
You shouldn't expect much from a product which is marketed for nostalgia.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 22, 2006
I liked its design (appearance) and the fact that it could play just about any media I own, from vinyl to CDs. I plugged it in and turned on the radio - sounded good and got good reception, even of hard-to-get stations. Put in a CD - could not read three out of four discs. I popped in a tape - noticeable deterioration of sound quality. Ah well. I put on a record - sound quality plummeted! At that point it sounded like distant music broadcast from a tin can. Since I'd bought it primarily to play records, I returned it to the store the next day.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By M. Davignon on October 17, 2006
The turntable sounds tinny. The CD player worked great for the first day, then the "Open" button wouldn't work on the second day. Returned it to the store the third day.

They don't make them like they used to - they just make them look like they make them like they used to.

Come to think of it, I've bought a number of Emerson products over the years, and I've regretted every purchase but one. No more for me thanks.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Liz M on February 21, 2006
The sound quality is awful. The CD player stuck as soon as a CD was entered. This was supposed to be a cute stereo, A gift for my Mother and it turned out to be embarrassing! I had to by another stereo system to replace.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By G. Llama on September 29, 2006
This little unit is a nice find. The radio and cd play nicely and the sound is good. I have yet to play a tape in my unit. The record player sound isn't quite clear and sharp but at least it plays my records which I have been purchasing on Ebay. Previous reviewer ELENDEREL sums it up pretty well, "I put on a record - sound quality plummeted! At that point it sounded like distant music broadcast from a tin can." Oh my God, I am still laughing because its somewhat true. But didn't all record players sound like that? I have an IPOD and a speaker system hooked up but I wanted this little unit to remind me when I was a kid and jamming to my 'Funkytown' & 'Girls Just wanna have fun' records. My only complaint is, (and I have yet to call Emerson to ask them) is that it cuts off a few songs before they are done like my Stevie Wonder 45, "I just Called to Say I love You." That 45 is over 4 minutes long so I don't know if that is the case when the needle comes up and returns to its stand. On a shorter song it played the whole tune. I pd 89.99 and got 10% off with a coupon so I think and hope it was a good deal. The records I guess do sound like it was coming from a tin can but I was a kid so I don't remember how great the quality was back then and I doubt I had a high quality system even then. Hope this helps.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Morbid Anxiety on February 16, 2008
To anyone thinking of buying this as a gift for a teenager/young adult- DO NOT BUY. Myself an three of my friends have receive this as a gift, and it is not a good one. Unless you plug it in via the headphone jack to a good stereo or computer speakers, the sound for the record player is awful. No bass, tinny sound. The turntable is automatic, meaning it picks up at the "end" of a record and brings the stylus back "home", but it picks it up before all of my 7" (45) records are done playing. It has a cheap needle that literally skips around the record- it leaves little marks on the vinyl and makes listening to records a chore and unenjoyable.

This might be okay for someone who just wants to take a trip down memory lane with some of their old vinyl, but it is not a good purchase for someone who wants to listen to new records which have good sound quality.
Thanks for nothing, Emerson.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Shannon Reynolds on December 29, 2008
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Love the product!

What I like most is that it has a HeadPhone Jack (which most others don't have) which I can plug into my computer (in-line) port and capture Vinyl, CD and Cassette music to convert to MP3 format.

It works great! The sound quality is what I expect from both cassette and vinyl.

I use my computer CD player to capture CD's for better quality, but it would work if it's all you have.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Woodward on October 25, 2009
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I read the reviews on this product before purchasing it. I was surprised that so many people were unhappy with the product. I was looking for a compact, portable system that could play these 4 features. I was not looking for a knock-your-socks-off sound capability, just a good sound capability. All 4 features of my Emerson work perfectly and I was pleasantly surprised at the sound quality. I would definitely recommend this product to others.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By H. Butler on August 6, 2008
I've had this turntable for 2 years. The sound quality is not great, but overall it did what it was suppose to do. Recently, the sound from the turntable/phonograph was lethargic and slow, so I ordered a new belt. Finding the belt online took forever because there is no information in the manual about replacement belts. There is also no information (or diagram) about how to replace the belt once you've ordered a new belt. I contacted Emerson, who (after holding for 12 minutes) transfered me to a different department. I asked for a diagram to help me put the new belt on and the guy acted like I was an idiot because I didn't know the diagram was in the "serivce manual" (which is seperate from the owner's manual and not included with purchase). He then told me to call third party company to obtain the service manual. The third party company did not answer their phone and the serivce manual was not available for download off their website. Not to mention...they expect me to pay for the manual. Shouldn't replacement parts and general upkeep be included in the owner's manual?

Worst service ever, will no longer buy Emerson products, and am considering just buying a new phonograph. Please save youself the hassle and do not buy this product.
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