Crosley CR6232A-BR Nomad Portable Turntable
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Not all who wander are lost, and the Nomad certainly isn’t. Go on a musical journey with this portable three-speed turntable, with its mid-century style wrapped in rugged fabric. Built-in speakers will share music with fellow travelers or headphone jacks will give you a relaxing audio getaway. Settling down for a little doesn’t mean settling forever, with RCA output, auxillary input, and a USB cable gives your music a home to stay.
- Portable Turntable
- Belt Driven Turntable Mechanism
- Diamond Stylus Needle
- Plays 3 Speeds - 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records
- Plays 7", 10" & 12" Records
- USB Enabled For Connection to Windows Equipped PC and Mac
- Software Suite For Ripping And Editing Audio Content
- Wood Style Cabinet
- Chrome Snap Closure
- Woven Grill Cloth
- Dynamic Full Range Stereo Speakers
- Auxiliary Input
- RCA Audio Out
- Headphone Jack
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