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Crosley Executive Briefcase Style Three Speed USB Enabled Turntable with Built In Stereo Speakers - Black

by Crosley
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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  • Belt-driven 3-speed USB turntable plays 33, 45 and 78 RPM records
  • Headphone jack
  • Stereo speakers
  • Auxiliary input and output jack
  • AC power adapter

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 35.6 x 30.5 x 12.7 cm ; 3.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.9 Kg
  • Item model number: CR6019A-BK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Mar 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,624 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Designed to reflect the stylings of yesteryear, the Executive USB Portable Turntable easily takes your favourite vinyl and converts them to digital files. Simply plug in the USB cable, play your record and watch as the Executive creates digital files on your computer. The Executive interfaces with the USB port on any computer utilizing the supplied software - it's that easy.

About Crosley

In 1920, Powel Crosley introduces the first low price radio for the masses, called the Harko, that sold for just USD7 and much less than the USD100 price tag on radios at that time.

In 2013, Crosley Radio continues to expand its product line creating vintage-inspired electronics incorporating the latest technologies such as iPod docks, Bluetooth and MP3 capabilities.

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Crosley Executive Turntable

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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars good wee player 28 May 2014
By Garry
Colour Name:Brown|Verified Purchase
Looks great sound good enough. Very portable and good value for money, not very loud but still loud enough for my wife to enjoy her record collection.has phono plug in the back so could be plugged into amp also has USB to plug into computer for digital copying.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars ok for casual listening but not heavy use 9 Jun 2014
Colour Name:Brown|Verified Purchase
this arrived today, took it out of the box and set it up looking forward to playing my vinyl but the record player seems to jump a lot, all my records are new and have never been played so don't know why they seem to jump ALOT, but when playing normal the record player does the job, would recommend for casual listening but not for heavy use, i am planning to invest in a better piece of equipment in the near future to satisfy my needs. the jumping/skipping is really annoying when trying to enjoy your music, would be happy for any tips.
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73 of 77 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Exactly what I was expecting. 18 July 2013
By Eric Nagle - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:Black|Verified Purchase
I haven't used all of the features on this item yet, but as far as straight forward basic playing of records, it's exactly what I was expecting. The built in speakers are quite small, and don't produce a lot of sound. Upon plugging in a pair of headphones, the volume was quite nice. But I'm not one to sit still and just listen to my records. So, for now, I grabbed a small boom box that I had collecting dust and used the 3.5mm to 3.5mm wire (that was included) to jack the audio out to the audio in on the boombox to amplify the sound a bit. And that's worked fine for now (albeit, not perfect). But again, I knew this would probably be the case when I ordered it.

I've yet to install the audio program that came with it, but looking at the specs, it appears to work on both mac and pc's. From seeing images of the audio program, it looks like the free audacity program that you can download online. I'm not sure if there's any additions to it. But I like and enjoy using audacity.

I also like that it included the usb cable - since it's a "Type A" to "Type B" USB connection that's not overly common anymore.

As you can see in the photos - the lid of the player DOES need to be open while playing, and actually tilts back quite far, so that the record can clear the back side of the top (if you're looking at the record player from the right side of it, think 2 o'clock for the angle).

The player does have an autostop when the record is done playing. But the arm does NOT move automatically back to the rest. But I believe that was also included in the description.

Overall I love it (about a week now of owning it). If anything changes, I will update my review. And the only thing that kept it from getting a 5 star was the low volume levels (but like i said, it was not completely unexpected).

Hope you all enjoy it!
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good record player 23 Feb 2014
By Christian X - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:Black|Verified Purchase
I purchased this accidentally, and when it got here I was really curious so I opened it carefully and take a few listen before I return this.

1. It's a nice looking record player! I'm in college and it goes well with my room style (in fact, any style you have).
2. Very light and PORTABLE! I could carry this with me to my friend's house, hook a nice speaker and I can have a record player anywhere.. but probably not a good idea if you have to carry your vinyls around, but you get the idea.
3. Sounded "vintage" - I have no idea how to put this into words, but the little built in speakers, they had a small "echo" to it and made it sounded "oldie, vintage" OK probably that doesn't help :/ anyways..

1. A lot of bad reviews, including this record has a ceramic needle and well, it's heavier than those magnetic/metal needle so, it will damage your records, faster (depends how often you listen to them). But NOT TOO WORRY, this is still a good player if you just want to listen/play records.
2. all plastic, meaning.. this is not that durable, but for the price, it's not something you would want to fix, you would simply throw this and buy a new one. If you want a long lasting one, invest in something more expensive like $200+ turntables.
3. It's a belt driven, so don't try your DJ wannabe act with this player.
4. No matter how good your speakers/headphones are, the sound won't get any better.
Ok, let me elaborate.. The little speakers will sound like, well.. little speakers and could be worse than your awesome premium desktop speakers; to be honest, my macbook pro speakers sounded better compared to the built in speakers on Crosley's..
I plugged in my B&W P3 on the headphone jack, and boom! nope, sounded awful, same as the little speakers only a bit amplified because the P3 was in my ears. I tried the RCA, going through my pre-amp and to the speaker I used for my Stanton turntable, and the sound improved greatly! But still bad! so, if you're an audiophile, don't get this, ever! you will either be disappointed or you'll keep this as a keepsake (because this looked really nice on a shelf). I wouldn't mind getting this as a gift though but if I want to spend my money on it, I would mind..because I'm an audiophile.

If you are looking for a player than can play vinyls or you're on a budget, or you don't care about sound quality that much, or you just like the looks, or you have too much money you have no idea where to spend, GO AHEAD and BUY THIS!

If you're an audiophile, sound quality matters to you A LOT, you have $300 budget, you got nice speakers/headphones, you want a long lasting player, you want to do some DJ-ing, you don't want to damage your records faster, probably you want to look at some other brands like Audio Technica.. their AT-LP60 is right under $100 and their AT-LP120 is below $300.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for what it is 4 Dec 2013
By JMS - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:Brown|Verified Purchase
I struggled with whether to give this item 4 or 5 stars. In the end, I chose 5 because, in my opinion, it is perfect for what it is: A great entry-level, easily portable or stored, USB turntable option.

It remarkably reminds me of the vintage player I had as a kid in the late-70s/early-80s. And, it sounds about the same (meaning, passable but obviously not great). As a solution that allows me some nostalgia, to play records for my kids ("Hey Mom, what are those things?"), to bring my vinyl collection back to life, and then store somewhere in a closet until next time, it is great.

As for the USB aspect, it took only a minute to configure my laptop (using Windows8.1) to see the turntable. It took a few more minutes and a reboot to install the software and make an actual test file. But, the main steps were detailed in the included documentation and additional details were available on-line. That said, one tip, the version of Audacity provided on CD is now obsolete, so be sure to go to the Audacity website to get the latest version.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Does The Job 9 Mar 2014
By L. Adams - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:Brown|Verified Purchase
**An update has been added at the end**

I have a small space and I needed something small and portable that I could tuck away when not in use. I decided on this model, ordered it and received it in two days. Opened it, set it up and nothing...dead out of the box. I called Crosley and they said they would have a tech call in 4-5 business days! I hung up and called Amazon...no problem, we'll send you another one. I had the new one by the next business day with no hassle, thanks Amazon for the great customer service. I still haven't heard from the Crosley tech!

The second turntable works as expected. It's perfect for what I need. Does it sound like an expensive or fancy stereo system? No, but I didn't buy it expecting it to. That's like comparing apples to oranges. If I had the space I would certainly opt for something more substantial but, I don't. I've played about 30 records on it so far with no problems.

On some of the older records or poorly mixed records, I have to crank the sound a bit but I have it sitting downstairs and I can hear it when I go upstairs (having a small house probably has something to do with that though). I personally think albums recorded and pressed in the 60s, 70s and 80s sound best on this system. The few new records I have tend to be a bit noisy especially with headphones.

I haven't tried the included software yet so I can't tell you if it works or not. It wasn't a feature I was interested in when choosing this system but I suppose it's nice to have the option.

So far, I'm happy with the purchase. It's perfect for anyone who doesn't have a lot of space but still wants to listen to their vinyl.

**UPDATE: After using the unit for roughly a month, records started skipping. Every album I put on (records that have played flawlessly previously) skipped! I wasn't expecting a mind blowing player but I would have liked to have gotten at least a year out of it. Thankfully, I was still in my return window so I sent it back and I'm awaiting the arrival of an Audio Technica which I hope will give me better results.

While the Crosley was portable and fit my small space perfectly, it turned out to be a major disappointment. When it worked it was great and sounded decent enough, especially hooked up to a pair of Bose speakers. I've changed my rating from a 4 star rating to a 2 star rating. I chose 2 stars because if you can get a unit that doesn't give out on you, it's a great little player for those with a lack of space and for those who don't want a whole multi-piece component system. But, after having two failures, I'd say skip it, save yourself the headache and pick a different player.

Oh, and FYI, the Crosley tech who was supposed to call me in 4-5 business days when the first unit was dead out of the box, well, they still haven't contacted me!
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very nice, but one oversight 27 Dec 2013
By Hematite - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:Red|Verified Purchase
This is a very nice looking machine and has a quality feel. Christmas was yesterday and my wife has had a Christmas record from her childhood that she has been wanting to listen to, but we haven't had a record player. This fit the need very well and she likes the style.
Biggest design flay I have noticed is that it works with a DC adapter. And while the rest of the devise closes up nice for storage or transport, but there is no clip or compartment for the adapter. So while the rest of it is self contained, we'll still have to keep track of this one item separately.
Also the recording capability does not work that well. We tried to record something off of an irreplaceable old childrens' record using this unit and we were picking up voices in the room. I don't know if the voices resonated on the record and were picked-up by the needle or what, but it was a disappointment and we haven't rried again.
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