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Does it play 33rpm records? Also, do i need to get anything else for this record playe to work properly? Or would a working record be sufficient? 30 Oct 2014
Yes, it plays 33rpm and yes you just need a record and away you go!
Must the speakers be detached when playing music? Or can everything just work together in one piece? 30 Oct 2014
Speakers are closed upon it, so simple lift it and place next to the main part
You can't do that with this player sorry
Not quite sure why yours didn't include a plug, mine did. This is likely a fault and you should contact the supplier. However any DC12V adaptor should work fine.
Nope they're detachable, comes with a wire to attach the two
Yes you can, via a line-out jack (RCA - L + R). I never kept mine long enough to try out this feature though as there were so many other problems with the machine. It imparted a horrible vibrato effect to all the records I played on it. It stopped often and at random during play. And the tone arm and stylus were very lightweight and poor quality. So even though I didn't try the line out connection, for the reasons I explained I'm quite confident in saying that listening to this record player through separate speakers will not sound good. It's simply not a good record player.
Does anyone know how this would compare to a Crosley Cruiser Briefcase Portable Turntable? 30 Oct 2014
Anything by Crosley is going to be better than this. my Steepletone i actually had to dismantle and fix before it would work properly
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