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Classic 3-Speed Stereo Vinyl Record Turntable + AM/FM Receiver, 2 Speakers
Pull out those old albums, because this compact unit lets you enjoy your favorites on vinyl once again!
The 3-speed (33/45/78) turntable, housed in a space-saving wooden cabinet, features an AM/FM stereo receiver and 2 built-in speakers!
Includes dust cover, earphone jacks, external speaker output terminals, and replaceable stylus needle.
ETL listed. About 13 inches x 6 inches x 11 inches.
About 13 inches x 6 inches x 11 inches.
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229 of 235 found the following review helpful:
A Good Basic TurntableMay 04, 2009
By A. Mandelli
We have bought this turntable for listening to our Old CCM collection.
It has a good sound, the internal speakers are just enough to give a nice listening pleasure.
Power on Switch
Does not have bells and whistles but it is a basic Turntable with a nice sound...
I plugged this unit to a sound card and recorded our rare (out of print) LPs collection to my Computer... just to have and keep the songs safe.
Yes... you do not need an USB turntable to record on your computer.
Just plug the "headphone jack" of this unit to the "Line in" on your sound card, then download a Free software like "Audacity" and start recording your LPs. Easy!
I recommend this unit for basic "good sounding" music playing and for LPs to Computer recording...
165 of 169 found the following review helpful:
Pretty good value overallOct 06, 2009
Since my old turntable quit working several years ago I have been looking for something small and cheap so I could continue copying my LP's over to MP3. I thought I would take a chance on this one. It was inexpensive and had a headphone jack which would make it easy to hook to my PC.
I have to admit that at first I was disappointed in the sound quality coming from this little unit. After setting up the unit on my kitchen table, (which took all of two minutes) I placed one of my favorite albums on the turntable and turned on the power. The sound was pretty bad coming from the on-board speakers. Tinny and with very low fidelity. So next I tried it with headphones and external speakers. (There is a small switch on the back to turn off the internal speakers.) I was very surprised and pleased with the sound from the headphone jack and external speakers. Obviously the sound problem is the fault of the on-board speakers. Use external speakers and the sound is great. Headphones also sound very good.
The turntable is manual and motion starts when you move the arm over the record, and stops when you move the arm back to the rest. The turntable does not stop at the end of the record. (So if you fall asleep listining, you will wake up to the repeating click-shoosh sound of the needle in the last groove.) My unit has plenty of power to spin full sized LP records. There is no dragging and the speed is consistent. LP's do hang over the edges but this isn't really a problem unless you push or bump the album while it is playing. It has three speeds and will handle 45's and 78's. (I did not have any 78's to try but the 45's work well.) The player is very lightweight making it easy to store in the closet and only bring it out when needed. The radio works, and does all the normal radio stuff. The tuner is a little touchy, making it a little difficult to fine tune your station, but it works OK.
But just listening to music was not my primary reason for buying this unit. It was to record my LP's to MP3 so I could listen to them on my portable player. And for this it works great. (I use Spin-It-Again, also sold on Amazon.) This is a great, inexpensive way to save all your old vinyl music. (I have done 19 albums so far, with dozens left to go.)
Summary: This is a good little turntable with a decent radio, but with lousy on-board speakers. They work in a pinch, but I suggest you use headphones or the external speaker connections to hook up conventional stereo speakers. Still it is well worth the price, and you cannot beat the super-saver shipping. Thanks Amazon.
116 of 120 found the following review helpful:
You get what you pay forApr 10, 2010
By John Dennis
This unit is a great option for causal listening of your records. The table on the one that I received was not level but for the price I can deal with it. The unit's volume is loud enough and the added headphone jack located on the front of the unit is very nice. I would pass on this unit if you are a hardcore record listener though. The sound quality is that of a small radio, and the buttons and knobs feel very cheap. You get what you pay for. If you want an affordable solution to listen to your old records you can't beat this deal. If you are a hardcore collector or audiophile you'll want to look elsewhere.
43 of 46 found the following review helpful:
Jensen turntableAug 27, 2008
I had been seeking an inexpensive turntable with receiver for quite some time. I am in the process of converting LP's and singles to digital and already have the software and equipment so I did not need an expensive digital turntable. This Jensen fit the ticket pretty perfectly. Absoltely cannot beat the price. It is just what I need for the job. Quite attractive. Self contained unit (tuner, speakers). As small as it could possibly be, I think. The speakers are small and tinny, but I am not interested in that. The tone arm is a bit fragile (it came detached and was difficult to reposition properly). It is all manual operation. But, as I stated above, it is just what I need. I may even keep it if I find any unusual records in the future.Lightning fast, free shipping. High rating is more for the transaction and that at the minimum it is the best product for my needs.If you are a pro and have many records and want to listen to them...this may not be your first choice...
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Great compact stereo turntable with built-in speakers !!! Luv it!Jan 29, 2010
By R. Landau
It has decent sound with the built in speakers. It reminds me of the old days in the 60's/70's when you had to manually put the needle on the record and take it off after. It is very compact and the needle played my records with great sensitivity. No skipping or getting stuck. You can't beat a whole stereo turntable system with needle included ready to play out of the box. It is such a good deal for around [...] bucks! I LOVE IT! I use it while I'm ironing my shirts in the morning, and when I'm laying in bed relaxing. (just don't fall asleep with it,
because it doesn't turn off automatically. Also,don't expect it to have deep rich sound like gigantic expensive speakers. The sound is very pleasant (better than a portable radio) You can even turn it up, and it doesn't get distorted.
The three speeds are accurate. 33 45 and 78; Yes I have played some 78s that I have. Of course, there are pops, and crackles, but that's not the record player's fault. I don't know why it has a built in AM/FM stereo radio? Who needs it?
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