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ByronStatics Record Player, Vinyl Turntable Records Player Bluetooth 5.0, Built in Stereo Speakers, 3 Speed, Extra Stylus, Supports RCA Line Out, AUX in, Portable Suitcase Record Player - Dark Grey

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Bluetooth & Wired

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  • Record Player With Bluetooth 5.0 - Advanced 5.0 Bluetooth Technology, Byronstatics Record Player Have A Stronger Connection And Longer Distance, Fast And Stable Transmission Under Bluetooth Mode, Works Smoothly
  • Three Speed Turntable - Byronstatics Vinyl Record Player Allows To Play Lp'S In 33/45/78 Rpm, Play 7" 10" 12" Size Record, It Will Automatically Stop Playing Once It Reaches The End Of A Record Don'T Need To Worry About Wear And Tear Vinyls
  • Portable & Easy To Use: The Briefcase Design Makes The Little Record Player Great For Moving Around The House Or Traveling, The Lid Is Lined With Velvet Wooden, Make Sure Your Records Are Dust Free, Also It Comes With A Replacement Stylus
  • Built In Speaker & Rca Line Out - The Vinyl Record Player Is Built In Stereo Speakers, Provides You Good Sound With Excellent Bass, Also You Can Connect This Turntable With External Speakers By Rca Cable For Better Or Louder Sound, The Turntable Also Support 3.5Mm Aux-In Input For Single-Way Audio Device

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601BT-BS-DG 601BT-BS-BK 601BT-Teal 601-Black 601-Teal
Style Bluetooth & Wired Bluetooth & Wired Bluetooth & Wired Wired Wired
Color Dark Grey Black Teal Black Teal
Metal tone arm
Sizes of record 7'', 10'' and 12'' 7'', 10'' and 12'' 7'', 10'' and 12'' 7'', 10'' and 12'' 7'', 10'' and 12''
Speeds 33-1/3, 45 and 78 RPM 33-1/3, 45 and 78 RPM 33-1/3, 45 and 78 RPM 33-1/3, 45 and 78 RPM 33-1/3, 45 and 78 RPM

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ByronStatics Vinyl record player Bluetooth 5.0, turntables record player vintage lightweight suitcase, speaker auto stop, stable connection compatible Hi-Fidelity phonograph dust cover Anti-Resonance - Dark Gray

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 3, 2022
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 15, 2022
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3.0 out of 5 stars A nice toy, but has a serious design flaw
By Taylor Gibson on September 14, 2022
Tl;Dr Fun toy, but don't use for vintage vinyl.

I'm not here to flame anyone. This is a nice "baby's first" turntable for anyone who is curious about getting into vinyl. However, there are some serious caveats for your consideration, ESPECIALLY if you plan on listening to some vintage vinyl.

So I listened to two records on this turntable: An original pressing of The Who's 1973 masterpiece album, Quadrophenia, and a 2003 reissue of AC/DC's Powerage.

First up was Powerage, which played beautifully. The sound quality is not for people who use the term, "audiophile," to describe themselves. Nevertheless, the sound from the internal speakers are "serviceable" at best.

Next came Quadrophenia, and it was immediately problematic. I will point out that, being an old disc, there was some warping across the record, which caused it to wobble. What is worse, I noticed that the edge of the record was coming to rest from its up and down wobble onto the open lid of the record player, distorting the sound every other second, and slowing down the playback. This is a serious problem, as continued playback like this could damage the vinyl.

So why does this happen on Quadro but not Powerage? Some of it is the player, and some of this is the nature of vinyl through history. As mentioned earlier, Quadrophenia was released in 1973. In the 70s, vinyl was competing with new media such as 8-tracks. There were also energy crises in the 70s. You need oil to create vinyl. Therefore, as a cost cutting measure to keep up with demand, vinyl manufacturers began to make thinner cuts of records. Thinner vinyl is more susceptible to warping and "wobble" on the turntable.

My AC/DC album is a 2003 reissue, during the Renaissance of vinyl nostalgia. Technology is much better, so the album is much thicker, sturdier, and much less susceptible to warp, hence why it played beautifully.

Had the manufacturer been willing to create an inch worth of more clearance between th record and the lid of the player, that would have mitigated the problem somewhat, however there are other things at play that comes with the territory of the cheap nature of this player. First of all, of you want to play older vinyl, you definitely want a full platter (the platform on which the record sits). That helps mitigate (but not totally eliminate) the wobble, as the record is more supported. Higher end record players also have weights and balances to help keep the tonearm perfect pressed against the vinyl.

In conclusion, if you are curious to try vinyl, and you are playing with modern vinyl, and you don't want to shell out big bucks for an entry level turntable, by all means give it a try with tempered expectations. If you are listening to vintage vinyl, protect them by going higher end.

My recommendation for a perfect entry level turntable: Audio-Technica LP60XBT
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3.0 out of 5 stars It is what it is!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on December 30, 2020
Color: BlackStyle: Bluetooth & WiredVerified Purchase
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Dee Chatham
5.0 out of 5 stars So happy!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on January 18, 2022
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Jenny
5.0 out of 5 stars Sounds just right
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on October 16, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sounds just right
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on October 16, 2020
Sounds just like vinyl should. I thought it was loud enough on its own but if you hook it up to other speakers ( my husband did it for me) it’s loud enough to wake the kids.

I love that it came with an extra needle cartridge.
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F. F.
1.0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE. ABSOLUTE GARBAGE.
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on December 28, 2020
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R Morton
1.0 out of 5 stars Purchased October 2020. Dead by May 2021. Don’t waste your money.
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on May 24, 2021
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