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Fenton Bluetooth Record Player Turntable with Built-In Speakers, Hifi System with 3 Speed LP, Ceramic Stereo Cartridge with Stylus, Auto Stop, Plays 7", 10" and 12" Vinyl - RP165 Wood Finish

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The Fenton RP165 Bluetooth Record Player Turntable presents an excellent option for those who desire a blend of vintage design with modern functionalities and those willing to accept the sound quality as it is or invest further in their sound system. By accepting all cookies, you agree to our use of cookies to deliver and maintain our services and site, improve the quality of Reddit, personalize Reddit content and advertising, and measure the effectiveness of advertising.

It's an all-in-one turntable package – all you need to do is add a pair of speakers or headphones and you're good to go. Its drawbacks include the potential for tinny sound at high volumes, but its features, design, and quality make it a worthwhile purchase. There’s just something to be said for the tangible qualities of holding music and the analogue experience that vinyl offers.The built-in Bluetooth receiver means music can be played wirelessly from smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more. The built-in stereo speakers provide accurate sound reproduction and a wide range of frequencies, eliminating the need for external speakers. Reddit and its partners use cookies and similar technologies to provide you with a better experience.

The full-range stereo speakers are incorporated for greater convenience, while the option to connect to external hifi speakers is also available. By pairing an audio device to the RP165, you can stream music wirelessly through the turntable’s speakers. So not only can you play your favourite records, you can stream tracks from your smartphone directly to your RP162.But the rich tone, detailed sound and convincing musical cohesiveness give us plenty to like about this Cambridge Audio turntable. In this list are talented turntables ranging from affordable to more expensive, and there's even an Award-winning just-add-speakers system fully loaded with onboard amplification that makes streaming to wireless speakers and headphones dead easy. By rejecting non-essential cookies, Reddit may still use certain cookies to ensure the proper functionality of our platform. We test Bluetooth turntables just as we would any normal turntable – taking the time to set them up correctly on a level surface. With support for aptX HD, the Alva TT V2 can stream over Bluetooth at up to 24bit/48kHz hi-res, which makes it an ideal companion for a similarly equipped pair of wireless speakers or cans.

Vintage portable turntables from the 50's to the 80's are also to be avoided as well for the same reasons that many others have already mentioned (i. Hanpin FU-700 OEM model was sourced by Audio Technica, Denon, Sony (earlier models), Marantz (earlier models), Philips, ZasLuke, and TEAC. Difficulties playing heavyweight vinyl (180 grams and higher), including excessive wow/flutter and difficulties tracking hot passages despite increased tracking force from the record being taller. We ensure we spend plenty of time using and listening to each turntable, noting how easy or difficult it is to use as well as testing any extra features they have. This is due to the combined effects of a small DC motor run with an inadequate power supply, and servo electronics that do not account for to dynamic stylus drag very well (or at all).

In general, a record player or turntable needs to do three basic separate, interrelated jobs to successfully play a vinyl record. said:Whether you're after a budget Bluetooth record player or a just-add-speakers system, we have you covered. May 22nd, 2017 - Major thanks to u/hi-fi132 and u/MrRom92 for pointing out an article at Audio Appraisal regarding how a Skywin-built player (GPO Stylo in the article as an example) damages the record grooves with audio samples.

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