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Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers
- Belt Driven 3-Speed Stereo Turntable 33/45/78 RPM with Stereo Speaker System
- USB Port with Cable included for Converting Vinyl Records to Digital Format, with Software Included for Recording, Editing and Converting Your Audio Content to MP3 Format
- Auxiliary Input Jack for Connecting Your iPod, MP3 or other Digital Audio Players. Includes RCA Line-out Jacks and Stereo Headphone Jack
- Pitch Control for Adjusting the Record Speed; Volume Control, Tone Control
- Power Indicator, Auto Stop Switch, Dust Cover. Power: AC 120V 60Hz. If you are purchasing and shipping to an international country, product may be damaged if you do not have have the correct voltage requirements.
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The Jensen Stereo Turntable works as a stand-alone music system or connects to your home stereo system. The turntable features a headphone jack for when you want to enjoy your music alone or to experiment with using the controls to fine tune your music for the exact sound you want. The Jensen 3-Speed Turntable is handy for audiophiles, hobbyists and those who simply want a classy way to update their music collection and enjoy it from time to time.
Jensen JTA-230 3-Speed Stereo Turntable
- Belt-driven 3-speed stereo turntable
- 33/45/78 RPM
- AUX input jack for connecting iPod, MP3 or other digital audio players
- Direct MP3 encoding from the turntable or AUX line-in to PC (software and USB cable included)
- RCA line-out jacks
- Pitch control for adjusting the record speed
- Volume control
- Tone control
- Power indicator
- Stereo headphone jack
- Stereo speaker system
- Auto stop switch
- Dust cover
- 120V AC
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|Item Dimensions||13.75 x 13.38 x 6.38 in||7.28 x 16.65 x 12.8 in||11.77 x 12.99 x 5 in||12 x 11.4 x 4.9 in||10.63 x 12.6 x 5.12 in||13.4 x 6.5 x 14.3 in|
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3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built In Speakers, Software to Convert Records to MP3, RCA Line out, Pitch and Tone Control
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Sound: It's got two built in speakers that sound better than my old record player did in the 60's, OR you can use the line-out jacks on the back to hook up to external power amp and upgrade speakers like we did in the 70's. It's also got an Aux In jack so can plug in an iPod or phone, to utilize the speakers. And of course the main reason I bought this, is it's got the USB connection to be able to rip my old records to MP3. This thing is a LOT better than what I was anticipating for the money. If you're looking for the same quality sound and experience most of us listened to records on in the first place, this is it. If you're looking for a super high end turntable like the purists (people who wear gloves to handle records) this is not it.
A 3 mil stylus for playing 78 RPM records is not included, but can be purchased separately (look for part number 793-D3). But the stylus is rather difficult to remove from the cartridge, so if you play them often, you might as well dedicate it to only playing 78s, and get a better turntable for your LPs and 45s, rather than swapping back and forth beween the regular and 3 mil styli.
The USB output, RCA line level output, and headphone jack all work fine, but sounds tinny and lacking in bass, so playing it through larger speakers really doesn't improve the sound quality that much compared to the small built-in speakers. Even if you try to boost the bass using an equalizer, it still won't sound hi-fi. So the JTA-230 is best used as a tiny, inexpensive, self-contained record player. It's a good beginner turntable for kids or for "crate digging" but won't be good enough to be your primary turntable for serious listening.
Here is what I know. It works well and I really enjoy it. It's easy to use, doesn't skip around and the sound is perfect for my bedroom. If I were to put it out in the living room I would not hesitate to buy some high quality speakers for it. However, I would not be unhappy with the quality and volume of sound it produces on it's own.