Crosley CR6230A-TU Snap Portable USB Turntable with Software for Ripping & Editing Audio, Black/Turquoise
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- Belt-driven turntable mechanism plays 3 speeds: 33 1/3, 78, and 45 RPM records
- USB enabled for connection to Windows-equipped PCs and Mac
- Includes software suite for ripping and editing audio content to create your own MP3s
- Auxiliary input, headphone jack, and RCA output
- Brass snap closure with fold-out, dynamic full range speakers
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Crosley Snap Turntable
Portable Turntable with Modular Fold Out Speaker
Modular design and modern sound form the perfect partnership with Crosley Snap Turntable. The Snap’s unique design features a pair of fold-out speakers, allowing you to crank your favorite records without the tangled mess of cords or pesky speaker vibrations. Equipped to play all 3 speeds of vinyl and outfitted with an auxiliary input, the Snap also bridges the gap between digital and analog through its’ included USB port, allowing you to create MP3s of your favorite records.
- Belt driven turntable mechanism.
- Plays 3 speeds - 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records.
- Plays 7", 10" & 12" records.
- Software suite for ripping and editing audio content.
- Dynamic full range stereo speakers.
- USB Enabled for connection to Windows equipped PC and Mac.
- Diamond stylus needle
- Vinyl-wrapped wood style cabinet with brass snap closures.
- Auxiliary input and RCA audio out.
Portable Turntable and More
Plays 3 Speeds
The Crosley Snap's belt-driven turntable plays 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records in 7, 10, and 12-inch sizes.
Rip Vinyl Audio to Digital Files
Transfer and edit vinyl with the USB jack to Windows PCs and Macs with the included software suite.
Multiple Output Options
Two fold out speakers snap to the case for truly portable audio. RCA audio out allows the Snap to connect to any external speaker for even bigger sound, while the headphone jack allows for private listening.
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|Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records||Plays 2 Speeds - 33 1/3 & 45 RPM Records|
|Speaker||Dynamic Full Range Speaker||Dynamic Full-Range Stereo Speakers||Dynamic Full-Range Stereo Speakers||Dynamic Full-Range Stereo Speakers||Dynamic Full-Range Stereo Speakers||Dynamic Full-Range Stereo Speakers|
|RCA Output||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||RCA Analog Output is Switchable to PHONO or LINE Out (RCA Cable Included)|
|Variable Weighted Tonearm||✓|
|Power||Battery or AC Adapter||AC Adapter||AC Adapter||AC Adapter||AC Adapter||AC Adapter|
|Dimensions (w x h x d) / Weight||15.5" x 4.5" x 10.5" / 4.5 lbs||14.00" x 4.63" x 10.50" / 5.5 lbs||14" x 11" x 4.5" / 6 lbs||17" x 4" x 13" / 10.5 lbs||17" x 5" x 11.5" / 12 lbs||17" x 7" x 11" / 12 lbs|
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With Crosley's Snap Turntable, modular design and modern sound form the perfect partnership. New to the Crosley portable family, this turntable has a host of incredible features. The Snap's unique design features a pair of fold-out speakers, allowing you to crank your favorite records without the tangled mess of cords or pesky speaker vibrations. Equipped to play all 3 speeds of vinyl and outfitted with an auxiliary input, the Snap also bridges the gap between digital and analog through its included USB port, allowing you to create MP3s of your favorite records.
Top Customer Reviews
Before I go on, the reason I got this one is my wife and I are wanting to get back into vinyl and really want the best experience
we can get for our budget. We both saw this one and although it does not have many reviews I decided to get this one for two reasons,
first it was a mid point between what I thought was the cheap record players, and the more expensive Technics SL-1200 by Panasonic,
thus trying to find a good spot in between.
It looks good, It has a nice look to it when the speakers are deployed.
The color scheme is nice and looks good.
It comes with a headphone jack to male RCA adapter that can be used to hook up to
Aux in on a receiver. as well as the usb cable. I also like the option to make the platter auto start and stop.
It has metal hinges for the dust cover and the speakers, and has an aged look to them that fits the retro look of this product.
The sound is Okay, I was not expecting a HI-Fi experience with it but if you don't have anything else to pass the sound through
it works well and is loud enough, although the sound is flat, no highs or lows, but as I said that was to be expected.
A note of caution to those who are sensitive to chemicals, the adhesive used for this unit gave me a migraine almost instantly
upon removing it from the package.
The Crosley CR6230A-TU Snap Portable USB Turntable is missing a counterweight, anti-skate, Height Adjust, Curing Device,
it's even missing a Mat.
The Tone Arm looks like thin aluminium although I suspect it is all plastic, either way it would have been okay if this had a proper
counterweight that you could adjust to avoid the problem in the headshell section. The tonearm is also hollow and being so close to
the built in speakers it tends to pick up the vibrations and cause feedback even when the sound is less the halfway.
Headshell (what the stylus (aka needle) is attached to)
The headshell is attached to the tonearm with a screw located on the bottom of the headshell. The BIGGEST and WORST problem is
with the screw. As the stylus (aka needle) tracks the record, the excessive tracking force makes the screw touch and start to gouge
the vinyl as well as making a scraping sound from the screw rubbing on the Vinyl.
That is totally unacceptable for any unit that plays vinyl. Why the screw is there is beyond me.
Note to Crosley: put the screw on the top side, not the bottom.
The platter has no mat, instead it has three hard rubber dots to hold the vinyl.
Unfortunately when the platter starts to spin the record sits for a moment until it starts to move and catch up with the platter,
thus scratching the vinyl.
I do believe mine was defective, either the platter was warped, or tone arm was to low, or both.
So what do I recommend?
If you just want the experience of playing records and not sure if you will get into vinyl and are just curious, my suggestion is to
get a cheaper turn table (even a Crosley brand) and save the rest of the money and go get a plethora of used vinyl.
You will still enjoy it I promise!. You may even want to really get into it after all.
My first turn table was the Fisher Price #820 and it got me into Vinyl, but then again that was decades ago. . . .
If you know you want to seriously get into vinyl or getting back into it and are reading this, then you already have at least $150.
Save up on another $150 and get the Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB Direct-Drive Professional Turntable in Silver.
It is a clone of the Technics SL-1200. The plus of the AT 120 over the Technics 1200 is that it can play 78's after you buy the correct stylus for it.
I hope this review has helped you in your decision to either buy this model or another perhaps look around at another one.