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Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers
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- 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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JTA-230 Jensen 3-Speed Stereo Turntable with Built-in Speakers and Speed Adjustm
Bring out those old records and enjoy them all over again with the Jensen JTA-230 3-speed stereo belt drive turntable. The JTA-230 includes two built-in stereo speakers and an auxiliary input jack, so you can play music from other devices like your tablet, MP3 player or other digital audio players right through the speakers. Also featured is direct MP3 Encoding from the turntable or the auxiliary input jack right to your computer using the included USB cord and conversion software. The turntable speed can be fine-tuned with the pitch control and you can even attach this unit to your home music system using the RCA line-out jacks. Also included is a dust cover, tone control, stereo headphone jack and auto stop switch. The unit operates on 120V AC power.
- Belt Driven 3-Speed Stereo Turntable - 33/45/78 RPM
- Auxiliary Input Jack for Connecting Your iPod, MP3 or other Digital Audio Players
- USB Port with Cable included for Connecting to Your Computer
- Software Included for Recording, Editing and Converting Your Audio Content to MP3 Format
- 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
- Power: AC 120V 60Hz
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|Unique Features||Pitch Control, Volume Control, Tone Control, Auto Stop Switch||Wooden Cabinet||Antique Wooden Case Design|
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Legal DisclaimerThe Jensen JTA-230 Turntable is everything a traditional turntable should be, all in a beautiful, modern form factor. This belt-driven, three-speed stereo turntable offers pitch control, volume and tone control, stereo headphone jack and stereo speaker system, auto stop switch and dust cover. Plus, you can listen to your favorite music on your iPod or other MP3 players via the aux-input jack and directly encode MP3s from the turntable or aux line in to your PC. Belt-driven 3-speed Stereo Turntable 33 and 45 and 78 Rpm Auxiliary Input Jack For Connecting Ipod, Mp3 Or Other Digital Audio Players Direct Mp3 Encoding From The Turntable Or Auxiliary 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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Well turns out I was WRONG. My friend who's been listening to vinyl for years and is a music major came over and listened to it. At first he was a little impressed that a cheap record player had all the different pitch and tone controls (which are useless by the way if you ever actually use them, when you move them even slightly off center it makes it sound horrible!), but after listening for 5 seconds he knew it was trash, or thought maybe something was wrong with it. We took the records that were playing the worst over to his house to play on his Sony PSLX300USB USB Stereo Turntable, and they played perfectly!! So he tried to help me fix/improve my junky Jensen record player in every way he could think of, cleaning/replacing the needle, checking the arm weight, and adjusting the settings and cleaning the records of every speck of dust, but nothing improved the quality of the sound even a little.
After dealing with this for a few months, and after a particularly terrible play-thru of a new record I bought, I decided to cut my losses and pawn that piece of junk and pick a new one. I tried to decide between my friend's Sony PSLX300USB USB Stereo Turntable (priced at $128 at the time of this review), the Audio Technica AT-LP60USB Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable with USB Port ($120), and the Audio Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System, Silver ($99), and I went with the Audio Tenchnica one without the USB since I don't think I will really ever use the USB function and most new vinyl records come with digital copies included anyways. I just tested it out and I LOVE it, its sexy and sounds amazing. I was a little nervous since I went with the cheapest of the 3 options, but I'm pleased to say that I haven't had any of these issues or any other issues for that matter. I won't go too much into it since I'm not reviewing that record player right now, but "for the record" (I had to) it plays just as well as my friend's Sony PSLX300USB and was $28 cheaper and I would highly recommend it. If you're trying to transfer your vinyls to your computer then I would recommend you get the Sony PSLX300USB or the Audio Technica AT-LP60USB.
The RCA connectors I used were high end, so I pretty much ruled those out. The speaker cable was brand new 18 gauge and the runs were only a couple of feet in either direction. I didn't think that was the issue. The sound quality was equally bad from both speakers. I even tried shifting the connections from "speaker system A" to "speaker system B" with no luck. The sound was unlistenable.
On a hunch, I reconnected the RCA connectors from "phono" to "aux". This solved the problem. I then reconnected the turntable to the Sony amp, this time running the connection through the "tape/dat" RCA input as there was no "aux" on the Sony amp. Following some minor adjustments to the amp settings, the resulting sound was actually remarkable. It produces that nice warm mellow sound you simply cannot get from today's digital recordings.
The best I can figure is that older amps must have some sort of special RCA connections that are designed for older phonographs. They probably have some sort of compensating filtering or adjustment that takes into account the fact that older turntables don't have pre-amps. Your guess is as good as mine. Either way, if you decide to hook this turntable up to an older amp with a "phono" RCA connection, you may experience similar results to mine. If so, simply move it to one of the other available RCA connectors.
If you have an old amp and speakers lying around, I would highly recommend that you hook them up to this turntable. I suspect that you will be very pleased with the results.
The Mahogany finish make it a great asset for your living room and even if you place in your office next to your desk. It has RCA outs, so you could hook up some powered speakers to it if you wish. The built quality is great and the dust cover is sturdy. A great turntable for personal use as well a great gifting option as well.