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Crosley CR704C-PA Musician Turntable with Radio, CD Player, Cassette and Aux-In, Paprika
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- Belt driven turntable plays 3 speeds: 33 1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records
- CD player, programmable 20-track memory, and side-mounted cassette deck
- Portable audio ready - simply plug in your smartphone or MP3 player
- AM/FM radio with airplane tuning dial
- Dynamic full range stereo speakers
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Crosley Musician Turntable
Modern Technology with Vintage Style
The Crosley Musician bodes an exterior cabinet that will enthuse even the most discriminating of music lovers, while the inner workings lend themselves nicely to becoming one of the most prized pieces in your music-listening collection. Vintage-inspired both in substance and style, the Musician is crafted from traditional Crosley standards developed not so long ago.
The perfect combination of sophisticated stylings and modern day conveniences including analog AM/FM radio, programmable CD player, cassette deck and a 3-speed turntable. Let this classic take you back in time. Crafted of hardwoods and veneers, and smoothly finished in Paprika--one of Crosley's signature shades. If that is not enough, check out 'portable' tunes with Crosley's portable audio ready feature. Just connect any portable device with included hardware and prepare yourself for a unique listening experience.
- Vintage-inspired style
- Belt-driven turntable with diamond stylus needle
- Analog AM/FM radio
- Programmable CD player
- Cassette deck
- 3-speed turntable
- Crafted of hardwoods and veneers
- Portable audio ready with auxiliary 3.5-millimeter inputs
- Dynamic full range stereo speakers
- LED Display
Complete Audio Entertainment in a Single Package
The Crosley Musician's belt-driven turntable plays 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records in 7, 10, and 12-inch sizes. It also includes a 45 adapter with built-in storage near the turntable.
Programmable CD Player
A full-function CD player with repeat and programmed playback is housed in the front of the unit. The programmed playback function plays up to 20 tracks in any order.
Analog AM/FM Radio
Listen to music, sports, and talk radio with the analog tuned AM/FM radio. The included FM antenna ensures crystal clear reception.
Bring out treasured tunes on cassette with the integrated side-loading cassette player.
|CR44CD Turntable Console||CR704 Musician||CR7002 Troubadour||CR7007 Patriarch||CR42D Lancaster||CR704D Musician|
|Turntable||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records||Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records|
|AM/FM Radio with Analog Tuner||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Portable Audio Ready||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Programmable 20-Track Memory||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Repeat Play / Random Play||Repeat Play||Repeat Play||Repeat Play + Random Play||Repeat Play + Random Play||Repeat Play + Random Play||Repeat Play|
|Outputs||RCA||USB, SD Card Slot, External Speaker (Spring Clips), Headphone Jack||Headphone Jack|
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Give analog music the encore it deserves with the Crosley Musician 5-in-1 turntable. Housed in a beautiful hardwood cabinet finished with rich veneers, and smoothly finished in Paprika - one of Crosley's signature colors. The vintage-inspired style sports modern technology, with a programmable CD player, cassette deck and even an AM/FM radio, making the musician the master of entertainment. If that is not enough, the Musician is Portable Audio Ready - just connect any portable MP3 player via the auxiliary input and prepare yourself for a unique listening experience.
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I'll begin with why I wanted this- First I love history, so anything that brings a look of 40's nostalgia to my home I'll probably want it.
1. Looks-- this thing will create conversation for whoever comes to visit. It truly stands out with it's unique look, and it really accents a home that has an older feel to it. The box is sturdy and doesn't feel cheap. It's made of real wood and looks to be a quality build. While the dials and front piece are all made of plastic, it looks and actually feels a bit like metal. The record player arm is made of metal, and the door lid arm is one you have to push in a bit before you close it. This is mentioned CLEARLY in the manual so people complaining about that is just nonsense.
2. The sound. Ok this thing ranges in price between $110-$140. I don't know what kind of sound people expect out of something cheap in price with no subwoofers or large speakers but to complain about the sound quality in that regard is just asinine. There are speaker vents on the front and side, but sound only comes out the front. The vents on the side are purely cosmetic. Yeah it could use a little more bass to it, and it'd be great if it had the ability to be hooked to something bigger, but I'll definitely sacrifice that for the classic look it brings to my home. Bottom line, the sound is fine. To give you the best idea of what it sounds like, imagine the amount of sound you can get from an iPad or Macbook and you have an idea.
3. The functions. It has an auxiliary port for various mp3 players. The switch to activate it is located in the back, along with the port. This unit also comes supplied with a cord for that very use. The tape player I won't comment on because I don't own any tapes, don't plan on getting any or ever using that thing. The cd player tray is located in front. The one thing I hate about this part is the large red track number display front and center when in CD mode. It takes away from the nostalgia and could definitely be a little more incognito. Same goes for the traditional "compact disc logo" on the cd tray. It looks out of place considering the classic look, and it's unnecessary. It's 2015. I think people know what that little slot is by now. The radio stays true to form of the old days by way of a manual tuner. It makes it a bit difficult to get precision tuning, but hey that was life back then. Either way, it doesn't really bother me because I listen to the radio basically never.
Last but not least there's the meat and potatoes to this unit-- The record player. First and foremost READ. THE. MANUAL. If you've never used a record player before, don't write a nonsensical review about how crappy it is when you didn't take the time to learn how to use it properly. The record player works fine and sounds wonderful. I don't know if people younger than 30 know what records are all about and what they're supposed to sound like, but the lure bringing them back to the forefront of music, is precisely the "grainy" warm, imperfect sound. CDs and MP3s are too clean now days. Almost cold and clinical. This especially is annoying when listening to older jazz or WWII era music. That's where the record player shines. It truly transforms the sound space into something from another time.
So all in all, this unit is incredible for it's price. It looks great, sounds wonderful and is a safe, safe buy IF you do your research. Yes there will be times when you order something and it broke in transit or was just a defective item. But people stop, stop, STOP blanketing the quality of the item over one isolated defected. These things happen. So my advice to anyone on the fence about this product. It's quality, and like I said, if you know what you're looking for, know what to expect and have patience to read the manual and troubleshoot, then I promise you won't be dissapointed.
As of July 3rd 2010 the only customer review on this product is that of Andres Roura titled "idiotic designer." Here he complains that the lettering on the buttons that identify each feature "CD, Tape, Power, etc" are hard to read because they are the same copper color as the background they are raised on.
First of all, its not that big of a deal. Unless your eye sight is greatly diminished, you should really have no problem reading each button. Besides, after the first 3 or 4 uses, you should have each button/option memorized.
Second, to write such a negative review just because of this aspect is really unfair to the product and misleading to the people who are considering buying it. I understand that everyone is entitled to their opinions and that maybe this "shortcoming" is enough to make some people dislike the product but I just don't like it being the sole interpretation of the it on Amazon because some people use those reviews to make their minds up on certain purchases.
Personally, I very much enjoyed my turntable. I bought it about a month ago and was really worried it wouldn't be good enough or I wouldn't like it.
When I got it (quite fast shipping actually), I was pleasantly surprised. It is a very good size product. Quite sturdy, doesn't feel cheap.
I tried the radio first. The sound was awesome. That was what I was worried about the most but I was not disappointed at all. It provides a very rich a full sound.
The adapter for ipod's or other mp3's on the back was equally great. Same great sound quality. Probably my favorite feature of the whole jukebox.
The CD player is good too and even plays mp3 CD's.
The record player has a slightly softer sound but I'm guessing that is normal. (I'm not really an audiophile and don't have much experience with record players.) That said, there is something so cool about playing vintage records and seeing them spin under the needle, just awesome!
(To be fair)...
The lettering is a little faint and requires a little bending down or squinting to make out the options (at least the first couple of times.) Like I said before, though, this is not that big of a deal and doesn't detract enough from the product to really be a factor (in my opinion).
Besides the overall rating, Amazon asks for ratings on two specific aspects: Portability and Sound Quality.
Portability: Well this isn't really what this is designed or intended for so its not something you take out to every party or carry around everywhere. I assume most people will find a place for it and leave it there most of the time (bedroom, living room, etc.) That said, it is pretty lightweight so its very easy to move around if you want to. I gave it a two for portability not because you can't take it places, but because I don't think you'll really want to.
Sound Quality: Great. Its no state of the art, home theater system, but its very satisfying. It goes quite loud, louder than I expected and the sound is very rich and full. Sound is especially good with CD's, ipods, and FM/AM radio. Slightly less quality sound for records but I discussed that already (plus you can just turn the sound up a little extra). As for cassettes, I don't have any anymore (or don't know where) so I haven't tried that yet.
Overall quite happy with the purchase. I highly recommend it if you want a system that has a nice aesthetic value and is a little out of the ordinary by today's standards. (Who plays records anymore? its totally cool)
The sound is really good but if that's all you're concerned with and don't care much about the unconventional musical features, you might try something else.