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Speakers are closed upon it, so simple lift it and place next to the main part
30 Oct 2014 by aybuke kini
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You can't do that with this player sorry
10 Aug 2014 by lynn taylor
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Hiya. No you have to plug it in.
31 Jul 2014 by Fiona M.
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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.
25 Jul 2014 by DJSaints
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Nope they're detachable, comes with a wire to attach the two
20 Jul 2014 by Marnie M Archibald
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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.
22 Jan 2014 by MarkusBarnard
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Anything by Crosley is going to be better than this. my Steepletone i actually had to dismantle and fix before it would work properly
31 Oct 2014 by Andreas Zachai
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