Electrohome Archer Vinyl Record Player Classic Turntable Stereo System with Built-in Speakers, USB for MP3s, Headphone Jack, & AUX Input for Smartphones, Tablets, (EANOS300)
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- 1960's inspired 3-in-1 suitcase turntable record player designed with style and portability in mind, listen to your favorite vinyl wherever you go
- Plays vinyl records and MP3s through USB or 3.5mm auxiliary input from any music playing device including your iPhone, iPad, Android or any other tablet or smartphone. Connect your headphones for private listening.
- Built-in stereo speakers with full-range high quality sound, housed in an all-wood acoustic cabinet for optimal audio performance, inspired by over 100 years of developing analog audio systems
- "Diamond tipped" ceramic needle provides increased audio performance with a warm and natural tone and will not harm even your most cherished albums
- Fully automatic belt-driven turntable spins 7, 10 or 12-inch records at speeds of 331/3, 45 & 78 RPM so you can enjoy your - and dad's - vinyl collection with ease
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Electrohome Archer Vinyl Record Player Classic Turntable Stereo System
Backed by over 100 years of manufacturing high-quality audio products, Electrohome is pleased to introduce the Archer Turntable Stereo System: a fully automatic turntable with built-in speakers housed in a 60s-style suitcase that seamlessly blends vintage charm with twenty-first century convenience. As phonographic technology evolved into the Swinging 60s, so too did the ability for young people to bring their music out into the world for the first time (without the pain of having to hand-crank a pesky motor). Now you too can enjoy that feeling of independence and effortlessly bring the unique warmth of a vinyl LP with you anywhere there’s a power outlet – visiting with friends, working in the garage, or relaxing on your back porch – without sacrificing the audio quality of your favorite music.
Hear every warm crackle and subtle nuance of your favorite vinyl records anytime, anywhere with the Archer turntable stereo system’s two built-in, full-range stereo speakers. The rich, high-fidelity analog audio of your vinyl collection delivers a fuller and crisper listening experience than digitally compressed CDs or MP3s are capable of. A fully automatic system means the deck will come to a halt while the tone arm returns to its original position upon the final rotation of a record’s last groove. The belt-driven turntable plays 7, 10 and 12-inch records at three speeds of 33 1/3, 45 and 78 revolutions per minute, so you can rest assured knowing that your entire vinyl library can be enjoyed everywhere.
Housed in an all-wood suitcase that’s as strong as it is tasteful, the Archer brings a charming retro chic to any surrounding. From a dorm room to backyard family barbeque, its vintage design is inspired by the first wave of 1950s and 60s portable turntables and comes with a convenient carrying handle, while its acoustic cabinet enhances the audio performance.
Enjoying the classic style of a retro 60s turntable doesn’t mean you have to miss out on twenty-first century convenience; play songs from your smartphones, tablets, or USB flash drive using the system’s AUX and USB input. Just as passionate music fans in the 60s were liberated from the trappings of home listening, the Electrohome Archer affords both casual listeners and audiophiles a simple, portable vinyl setup that seamlessly blends the old with the new. For private listening, simply connect your headphones and drift away into the world of vinyl without disturbing a soul.
Top Customer Reviews
Update 12/24/13: We tried using it to play Christmas records for the family and discovered the vinyl peeling off inside and the player making some weird clicking sound that overshadows the music. We've kept the stereo in a temperature controlled room and only moved it once so it's not as if we're roughing it up. Unfortunately, what was once an awesome gift has pretty much become a dud and waste of money for us. Bummer.
I love the look of the case and the fact that you can close the lid with a record on the turntable.
If there was a stowage space for the power cord, making it completely portable, it would have a full 5 stars.
Addition on 7/8/13: I'm quoting this from Jetrocket's review, because I think it is important:
"The tone arm is flimsy and is not designed to play new vinyls which tend to have wide grooves - tracking on to the vinyl is hard and it all becomes a skip-fest."
I've found this to be true, as well. I doesn't happen with all my newer vinyl, but it is something you should consider. I would still give the player 4 stars, but it's a weak 4 as opposed to a strong 4. ;)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great player for about two hours. I just got this player and I've hardly used it at all. It started off with high quality sound, no skips, and general ease of operation but now... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Waste of money, only used it with the utmost care 4 times and the turntable started to make huge noise inside the system, like a belt that's not turning correctly or something like... Read morePublished 6 days ago by lisette hendriksen
This was my first player ever purchased, and I'm very happy with my decision. The audio quality is great, the setup and use is perfect for beginners – very happy.Published 7 days ago by Mark
After reading some of the reviews I was a little hesitant about purchasing it. The reviews said that it would skip and you have to put a penny on the head for new records. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Tazzingtiff
The platform on which the turntable mechanism is seated is covered with a vinyl material. This material has delaminated and begun to curl up, causing the turntable to rub against... Read morePublished 13 days ago by T. Hurley
Looks may be deceiving. It's a beautiful turntable, but the tone arm is flimsy and towards the end of the record it loves to skip every time. DO NOT BUYPublished 16 days ago by Collin R.
Makes brand new records skip. extremely frustrating! It's worth the extra money to buy a higher quality turntable.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer