GOODNEW 3-Speed Vinyl Suitcase Turntable (black)
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- Speakers: Dual stereo speakers(1W RMS) are built in turntable,which is good for playing music powerfully in a suitcase.
- Support：With 33 / 45 / 78 RPM speed settings,it is suitable for vinyl records of 7 / 10 / 12 inches.
- Supply: Combining built-in 1800mAh rechargeable battery with plug-and-play, you can enjoy music whenever and anywhere.And it can play up to 3 hours, as well as external power supply is included.
- Output & Input: Stronger output connection with Aux Jack including RCA out and Line out. It is also available to play USB, Bluetooth and SD card input.
- Auto stop: Auto stop ON/OFF switch is built inside turntable. If you turn on the switch, it will automatically stop working when the record to the end.
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How to Choose A Suitable Record Player?
When it comes to purchase a record player, it is important to know the way to choose a suitable one.
Here are some suggestions for you.
---Plinth of a turntable.
--It acts as the base and foundation, and serves an important function by providing stability across the board – especially when your records are spinning. GOODNEW uses higher-quality stainless steel for Plinth so that it It should be in as good a condition as reasonably possible.
-- As an area where your record is going to sit and spin, Platter is also an important component. Heavier Platters are considered to be higher-quality than lighter weight ones. Thus, GOODNEW insists on Heavier Platter put into Turntable to offer extra stability and less vibration when driven by a belt drive system.
---Tonearm and Needle system.
-- As important parts for playing records, they must be in fine working order and as effortless to move automatically or manually as possible. And that is what GOODNEW record player is.
Why Choose GOODNEW？
Belt Drive Turntable
Belt-drive turntable uses a belt to spin the turntable platter. Elastic absorbs shock, and it can reduce any harsh vibrations which’ re generated from the player’s motor. Reportedly, Belt drive turntables produce better sound quality.
Built-in 1800mAh Rechargeable Battery
With Built-in 1800mAh rechargeable battery, you can enjoy music whenever and anywhere. It can play for up to 3 hours under full power condition. On the other hand, provided by Panasonic, the life and safety are better than others.
Lightweight and Easy to Transport
Made of wood which is lightweight but highest quality, and designed in moderate size. So it is durable and portable, which is easy to transport from one place to the other.
Display Work Condition
Built-in a screen on side,whcih is convenient for you to clearly
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Comparing the Sewell Silverback Banana Plugs Dual Screw to the Audioquest Banana Plugs:
* The Sewell plugs are approximately 1/4" shorter than the Audioquest plugs (if you have a tight space between the speaker connection and a mount, then the Sewell plugs will be an advantage - as they were in my case.
* The Sewell plugs have 2 each small standard screws that connect the plug to the speaker wire. The Audioquest plugs have 2 each allen head screws that secure the bare speaker wire to the plug and then they have 2 other allen head screws that center the speaker wire at the top of the plug.
* The cap of the Sewell plug screws on and off which also provides some adjustment in lenght of the plug.
* The Audioquest plugs seam to be a bit easier to install on the speakers / AV receiver. The Sewell plugs take a bit more effort (small amount) to push them into to the speaker / AV connectors. Both plugs do provide a good connection.
For the price, I would by the Sewell plugs over the Audioquest plugs. Both are good quality plugs, however, the Sewell plugs are a fraction of the cost of the Audioquest plugs and I actually prefered the connection of the Sewell plugs.
First unscrew both screws until they don't protrude into the area where you stick the wire. Next insert wire in before stripping the insulation off to check the required length, as the stripped length has to be long enough to reach the end so that the inner screw will screw down on the wire. I stick the wire in all the way and watch where to cut, making sure the outer screw is not going to screw down on insulation. After stripping, push the wire in with a slight twist in the direction of the spiral of the wire. I then tighten the inner screw mostly tight first but not all the way, making sure it is screwing into the end of the wire. I then tighten the outer screw completely, and then go back and tighten the inner screw completely.
Be careful to keep the screwdriver tip seated straight and deep as not to strip the small set screws. After assembly, when pushing in the connecter, if it is real tight, twist slightly counter-clockwise while pushing in and it will go in easier. Pushing counter-clockwise will assure you aren't unscrewing the cover. Afterwards make sure the covers are still screwed on tight as they back off easily.
I used all 24 plugs, some with 14 AWG wire and some with 10 AWG. I was happy to see that these plugs have a taper on the inside hole which made inserting the large wire easier. A very thoughtful inclusion and just another part of a quality build.
I ended up plugging and unplugging these things numerous times and they did not loosen up. I would not hesitate to buy more of these, especially for the price. I would only buy the dual screw style, they aren't that much more money and make a much better connection to the wire. My install time for 24 was around 30 minutes.
Each plug easily screws away from the silver outer shell. There are two tiny screws (you need a very small flat head screwdriver) that loosen enough to thread the bare wire into. Then just tighten the 2 screws, twist on the outer shell and you're all set. I did find that plugging them into the new Onkyo receiver took a pretty solid shove. I suspect they were built this way and will loosen up a bit over time. After all you do want a tight connection. These are metal brass plugs with a plastic outer shell.
After using the original package of 6 pairs on my Onkyo set-up, I ordered this package of 12-pair and completed a project that included other rooms. I had no problem with one minor exception. One of the screw's driver slots was barely deep enough for the screwdriver. It took a little effort but I got it tightened. Not that big a deal. Other than that everything connected nicely. I'm very happy with the product.