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Steepletone ST929R Stand Alone Stereo Music Player and MP3 Recorder - Black

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  • Stand alone stereo music player with MP3, USB and SD recording and playback
  • 3 speed turntable under a perspex lid - 33/45/78rpm speed selector
  • Listen to your vinyl record collection and convert them easily into MP3 format ready for playback
  • Built in stereo speakers (2 x 1.5 Watt RMS output) with X-bass option for extra bass sound
  • 3.5mm dia headphone socket (headphones not supplied)
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Steepletone ST929R Stand Alone Stereo Music Player and MP3 Recorder - Black + Stylus Needle for 33, 45 & 78 rpm records - Fits Most Steepletone Record Turntables (except SMC595, SMC922, 1200e/Edinburgh, Lancaster & older SRP1r). Fits: 2055/2055D, 3155DR, Cambridge, Canterbury, Columbus, E516 (Carlisle & Truro Encode), Hereford, Norwich*, Oxford, Retro USB, Salisbury, SMC6a, SMC7r, SMC99r, SMC386, SRP1r 09, Stratford, ST918, Rockette, Roxy 1*, Roxy 2*, Roxy 3*, Windsor, York - Plays 33, 45 & 78 rpm speed records (Universal Sapphire Stylus DTL- SSTY1) + Record Cleaner for Vinyl Records
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 3 Kg
  • Item model number: ST929R BLACK
  • ASIN: B004ZMAEG4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 May 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (201 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,992 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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The Steepletone ST929R music player is a standalone plug and play 3 speed turntable with integrated twin 1.5 watt rms stereo speakers that also allows you to record your vinyl direct to a SD memory card or USB memory stick. Start listening to your old records once again using the portable 33, 45 & 78rpm turntable and bring them into the digital age by converting them to MP3 files so you can transfer them to your computer via a SD card or USB stick.

Further features of the Steepletone ST929R music player include: USB SD & MP3 recording and playback, built in stereo speakers (2 x 1.5 Watt RMS output), pitch control (- + 3 - 5%), x-bass option for extra bass sound, line out socket (RCA) / 3.5mm aux in and 3.5mm dia headphone socket (headphones not included). The Steepletone ST929R music player also comes with a 1 year warranty

Box Contains

1 x Steepletone ST929R Music System Including Perspex Lid
1 x 45rpm Spindle Adaptor
1 x Remote Control (Requires 2 x AAA batteries not supplied)
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Guarantee Card

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111 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Computer user on 30 Nov. 2012
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If you are a HiFi enthusiast, read no further. But if you are looking for a compact, semi-portable stereo record player to listen to your old vinyl records (or even new ones) then this record player could well fit the bill. I bought it as a birthday present for someone who wanted a small record player that would be easy to transport, could play second-hand LPs and singles, and would be able to copy records to mp3 files. However this record player is not designed to be connected to a PC or to a USB hard drive via a USB cable: you have to plug a USB pen drive (flash drive, USB stick or whatever you want to call it) or SD Card into the record player if you want to record to mp3. It can also play mp3 and WMA files from those devices.

The first thing that struck me was how small this record player is. Notice from the photo that a 12-inch LP sticks out at the back, front and one side of the player, which just goes to show what a small footprint it has. It's not heavy either. So moving this record player from room to room or from one location to another is not difficult. The tone arm does look fragile, tiny and 'plasticy' but at least it does not seem too heavy. Unfortunately you have to lower and raise the tone arm manually, which can be fiddly as it is small. When you switch on the record player -- one of the rotary knobs on the front serves as the ON/OFF switch and the volume control -- the turntable will start to spin when you move the arm towards the record, and will stop spinning when the arm is near the centre of the record. This worked fine with the LPs I played, but there is a switch on the back of the player that you can use to disable the automatic start/stop functionality if you find that a record stops spinning before the end of the last track.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Soji A. on 27 Nov. 2011
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This record player has successfully brought my old vinyls back to life. It is not able to detect gaps between tracks and does not have a tone arm return. However for the price, it does a great job> The sound quality is good and the encoding time very reasonable. Will readily recommend it to thos who need to digitise their old records collection without the inconvenience of a PC or laptop link. The USB drive records directly and can be transfered to the PC for editing and storage later. I am a satisfied customer
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84 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Old N Wrinkly on 10 Aug. 2011
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I haven't listened to most of my vinyl collection for years, but it looks as though this beauty is going to change all that.

I followed the advice and bought the T008 subwoofer to go with it, and what can be a thin sound from the record deck instantly becomes much richer when the two pieces of equipment are used together, and to be fair it's not meant to be hi-fi.

Probably the main reason people would buy a piece of equipment like this is to convert their collection to MP3 format. It performs that function admirably (once you adjust to the fact that after the record button is pushed it takes about 10 seconds for the record facility to kick in (simply delay placing the stylus on the record for 8 or 9 seconds and all should be fine).

About 3 years ago I got some software ('Audacity') and connectors and attempted to record directly from vinyl to pc - absolutely useless! I still don't know if it was me or the process but it was frustrating enough for a pig-headed person like me to give up. But this Steeletone system knocks the socks off my previous attempts.

To my (untrained) ear the reproduction in MP3 format is indiscernible from the vinyl.

OK so perhaps the stylus arm seems a bit lightweight (and it's the only reason I have not given 5 stars - but there's no facility to give 4 3/4), but it does the business, and that is what you want, surely!

Who cares if some of the components are not the best in the world (hi-fidelity it's not). If that's what you want you will have to dig deep into your pockets, but if you want to convert vinyl to MP3 and have a reasonable experience in the process I don't see how you can beat this combination without breaking the bank.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By R. Jamison on 24 Mar. 2012
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An excellent piece of kit; the sound is tinny, but that is made very clear, so no surprise; it works well when connected to an amplifier. The easy creation of MP3 files from the records is superb - although note that you have to click a button each time a track ends so that a new file is created, it is not automatic. Good value and the product is versatile and as described. Very pleased.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Arty on 28 Dec. 2012
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Bought this for my daughter at Xmas as she loves old records. I have an expensive system at home, all Lynn etc, which I hardly ever use. Like many people now I tend to down load music and wonder if the CD is on the way out, but vinyl is definetly having a great revival. This is great, its fun , all the old Lps in any condition just sound great. Very simple, on, off, volume. Sound quality is retro but that just makes it more fun. Since buying this we now spend a lot of time trawling Ebay looking for old albums. Oh and it looks great too!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey Richardson on 23 Jun. 2014
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I'm no audiophile so don't expect an expert opinion on the the ins and outs of sound quality in this review, just an opinion on this piece of kit.

I had been promising myself a deck to allow me to transfer my vinyl to digital for ages and opted for the ST929R, I have not been disappointed this far, the sound quality fits the bill, for me anyway, just love that retro sound from the small in built speakers. I have had it wired through my sound system and again, fits the bill... I love it. Its light and compact and to be honest the deck is stored and set up when I need it... it was bought as a winter project but I've really enjoyed listening to some of my old vinyl again. One issue I did have was dodgy transfer to USB but this was tracked down to the memory stick, I purchased a new memory stick and have had no further issues with music transfer, I mention this because I have read some review that mentioned USB issues with other types of Digital Turntable.

Don't expect digital quality sound when transferring to CD, the sound you get is what you hear from your vinyl, like I said, it fits the bill for me and I'm very happy with it... really looking forward to getting all the old Northern Soul vinyl out of the loft! role on the winter.

One happy bunny.

Cheers
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