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Pyle-Home PLTTB8UI Classical Vinyl Turntable Player with PC Record, iPod Player, AUX Input and Dual Fold-Out Speaker System
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- Rugged suitcase with dual fold-out speakers - Headphone output
- USB connection to enable recording with PC - 110 Volt AC power
- Can be saved with MP3, WAV and OGG VORBIS in the computer - 45 rpm adaptor included, Software, USB cable & Aux in cable & AC adapter
- Auto return - Dimensions: 20.62'' x 13.14'' x 7.24''
- Auto Stop Phonograph
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- Brand Name: Pyle
- Model Number: PLTTB8UI
- Output Wattage: 50 Watts
- Surround Sound Channel Configuration: 2
- Display Height: 5.00 inches
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|Dimensions||22.25 inches x 9 inches x 15.25 inches||14.29 inches x 20.08 inches x 16.26 inches||6.38 inches x 13.38 inches x 13.75 inches||5.5 inches x 16.5 inches x 9 inches|
|Item Weight||23.68 pounds||28 pounds||5.5 pounds||20.32 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Built-in Bluetooth for Wireless Audio Streaming
This powerful turntable is compatible with all your favorite Bluetooth devices. The Pyle Classic Vintage Record Player lets you stream from your Bluetooth compatible device directly to the unit. Get rid of those extra cables, and enjoy crisp sound with a rapid wireless setup. This feature makes it a breeze for you to be able to be stream all your favorite tunes to the turntable right out of the box quickly and easily.
Convert Your Vinyl Records into mp3
The Pyle Classic Vintage Record Player can turn all of your old vinyl records into digital mp3s. The unit comes with a driver and music editing software that let you convert your records into digital files that can be stored on your computer. The software is compatible with both Mac & PC.
Built-In Stereo Speakers
The fine crisp stereo sound from the compact speakers let you enjoy your music anywhere you go. The dual built-in speakers also give you the flexibility to play your records without having to connect an external output. These speakers might be small but they pack a punch. Enjoy the superb sound these compact speakers offer.
Connect all of your devices like smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, and all music devices with an AUX output. You can effortlessly connect any device and be able to play music from a variety of sources. You can also connect through the AUX (3.5mm) Input Jack.
Rugged, Portable Durable Construction
The Vintage line of turntable record players are built to transport made to last. Their rugged and durable construction protects them from damage during transport and regular use. The corners of the speaker are capped with strong corner protectors. The quality of this unit shows in its construction.
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Top Customer Reviews
Very solid construction. Rather heavy for it's size because of it's wood cabinet.
Plenty of storage space with a hidden compartment on the back to store it's accessories.
Came with an extra needle.
Packaged very well and arrived with no damage.
Nice docking port for MP3 player discreetly hidden behind one of the speakers. Swings out when needed.
Dampened cue lever. Lowers slowly to the record, doesn't drop like a rock.
USB interface for hooking up to a computer.
Aux. input for hooking up other audio devices
The cons of this item,,,,,
Amplifier is WAY underpowered! Only produces 3 watts of power!
Speakers are non-detachable but have very strong hinges.
No Aux. out to hook up to an amplifier
This turntable is the standard type that have been manufactured over the last 10 years or so. Whether it's a Crosley, Pyle, Philco, or Emerson they all use this same deck. Totally plastic construction belt drive. There are 2 distinct types. One being a semi automatic with an 11 inch platter that auto returns the tone arm at the end of the record or the other that is a full manual with an 8 inch platter. Meaning that you lift the tone arm to the beginning of the record and must return the tone arm to the rest post after the player shuts off at the end of the record. Typically this type will shut off before the record has finished playing. Very annoying! This Pyle unit uses the automatic deck. The one I received has issues like most of these "plastic players" The cartridge shell is mounted crooked on the tone arm causing the needle to track canted to one side.Read more ›
That "buzzing" sound in the speakers that the other reviews (including the positive one) have mentioned is present in my player too. My unit is brand new and I have yet to listen to it. Instead, I've been shipping it back and forth with Pyle for the last month. I've sent it back twice only to receive, both times, a slip of paper telling me the problem has been repaired and "quality checked" (in both instances the slip said they had repaired something different). Both times, upon turning my player on, a loud buzzing sound has been the first thing I hear. Are you looking for a fairly inexpensive record player? Well, so was I, and I've now paid to ship this product from Amazon (15 dollars), paid to ship it to Pyle to be repaired (15 dollars), paid to ship it to Pyle to be repaired again (15 dollars), and still have a broken record player on my hands (though at this point I'm thinking the record player isn't broken at all, and is rather just a permanent feature of a poorly manufactured product). By the way, if you have to ship the product back more than a month after purchasing it, you have to include another 15 dollars with your product because they won't foot the bill to ship the unit back to you.
Lastly, if all of these problems didn't exist, I would still give the product a poor review. The speakers are quiet, have no bass (and I don't like my bass very loud), and are weakly attached. The unit is constructed with numerous, cheap plastic parts and what looks to be, in the back, like particle board. I'm not an audiophile--there's a reason I bought a 150 dollar turntable--but even by my standards this product is unacceptable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plays great but was very difficult to set to play records correctly and at the right speed.Published 13 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Might be returning it... very disappointed, I have brand new vinyls and they all skip while playing on this player... not happy at allPublished 1 month ago by DENISE KABA-TUTELA
The sound quality was terrible because the speakers were busted. The locks for speaks doors were broken and the record player won't play until you flip the On switch three times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like it but it plays a little too fast so the records sound a little too high. Most people wouldn't notice but it drives me crazy.Published 3 months ago by Richard D Talbott
I bought this for my son for his birthday. It skips on 75% of the albums we have - right out of the box.......Published 4 months ago by Aadele
Love ALMOST everything thing about this player. The style, the toughness, it's all there; but...always a but.. plays about 1 out of 3 of my record collection. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ed
The unit broke quickly and no longer plays records. The audio jack is very large and requires the removal of most cases to connect a phone. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kory Dench
I had been looking for a record player for quite some time and I finally thought I had found the perfect one! It got here within 3 weeks. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Hannah