Enjoy the freedom of music wherever you go with the Crosley Tan Traveler Turntable. This vintage turntable is featured in the shape of a suitcase and you can carry it everywhere. It features a tan finish and is compatible to play records of speeds 33, 45, and 78 RPM. This turntable can enhance the decor of a vintage home setting.
Made with wood, its sturdy construction enables years of reliable use. This turntable features an alluring tan finish, which complements a vintage home decor. The handle of the turntable has a black finish. This three speed belt driven turntable can play records at varying speeds like 33, 45, and78 RPM. This 15-watt turntable includes two dynamic full range speakers, which provides a clear and audible voice. The diamond stylus needle of this turntable adds great durability to it, without compromising the audio quality. The decorative and functional nature of this turntable makes it a perfect choice for you.
The Tan Traveler Turntable by the Crosley is easy to care for and can be cleaned with a dry cloth for keeping it away from dust and dirt. It is a cUL and UL listed turntable, which is compatible for both domestic and commercial purposes.
- 3 Speed belt driven turntable
- Dynamic full range stereo speakers
- Plays 33, 45, 78 RPM records
- Diamond stylus needle
- Tan finish
- The portable turntable was introduced in the late 1950's and provided music lovers with a sense of independence, allowing them to easily cart their record player from one locale to another. The popularity of this unit was due in no small part to its portability, but also to its suitcase-styled finishing touches that became a Crosley hallmark. So whether you choose Ella Fitzgerald or Elvis, celebrate your vinyl in portable style.
- cUL Listed: Yes
- UL Listed: Yes
- Product Warranty: 1 year limited
- Additional Materials: Metal, plastic, and vinyl
- Number of Items Included: 1
- Product Care: Wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
- Country of Manufacture: China
- Primary Material: Wood
- Primary Material Details: Hardwood
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