Got Vinyl? This is a must have.

Crosley is known for making vehicles that were small but economical. They Also made TV’s and Radios. They still are around and they are still making radios.

The Crosley Echo is not your ordinary turntable.  It has retro touches that make it portable for you to carry around and or put on display. It really does everything by being able to convert LP’s to digital files and also comes with a built-in AM/FM radio, plus it also features a USB/SD Card Reader, Universal iPod Dock, and plays 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records.

No longer does listening to your vinyl have to be restricted to your home. Designed to look like a suitcase from travel’ss glamour days, Crosley’s smart-looking Echo finally allows the freedom to enjoy long-lost tunes anywhere. Plus, with easy USB/SD encoding and a USB port, users have two options for converting their vinyl to digital files however they prefer.  The Echo also features an AM/FM radio. Its easy portability allows you to take it wherever you desire, or proudly display its retro chic design in your home. Turn the music up and let your hair hang down!

USB/SD Encoding
USB/SD Card Reader
Universal iPod™ Dock
USB Enabled For Connection to Windows Equipped PC and Mac
Software Suite For Ripping And Editing Audio Content
Belt Driven Turntable Mechanism
Plays 3 Speeds – 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records
Plays 7″, 10″ & 12″ Records
Fully Automatic Return Tone Arm
Diamond Stylus Needle
AM/FM Radio
Auxiliary Input
Adjustable Tone Control
Dynamic Full Range Stereo Speakers
Chrome Snap Closure
Corner Guards
Metal And Resin Handle
Remote Control

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You can get this wonderful machine for only $179.95 although it is not out on the market as of yet. You can bet I will be getting one.

Thanks for reading,


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