Want to party like its 1970 but yet still work? The brand new Retro Belt-Drive turntable (PVTT2U) is your answer. It’s a classic styled briefcase with a USB turntable which was designed with form and function. Don’t get yourself wrong, Pyle really puts this out there saying that it has cutting edge technology combined with it’s nostalgic design which “offers the ultimate fusion of sound and style.” Yes, you can play your favourite vinyl records BUT you can also connect it to your PC directly via a USB port allowing easy conversion from vinyl’s to MP3s.
The PVTT2U has everything you need to get connected and edit all of those old Elvis records, just plug the puppy in. It’s able to edit actual music files and create your playlists for any occasion, like when your old folks are coming over or worse, your in-laws. It has the best of digital and analog technologies when converting those big black things you thought were frisbees when you were little into an amazing music library.
To add the icing to the cake, the PVTT2U offers wireless playing capabilities AND it has a rechargeable battery for true music on the go. Yeah, now you can really look all retro carrying a briefcase that plays your grandpa’s vinyls, yeah baby! You charge the turntable by connecting it to your computer via the USB cable or by using the included AC-USB adapter.
And if you thought I forgot to mention, yes, it does have RCA capabilities.
Here are some specs for all you retro people drooling all over your keyboard reading this:
• Three Turntable Speeds: 33, 45, 78 RPM
• Belt-Driven Automatic Turntable
• Ceramic Stereo Cartridge
• 45 RPM Adapter
• Two Built-in Stereo Anti-Magnetic Speakers
• USB Port For Connection to PC to Convert Vinyl to MP3
• Stereo RCA Output
• Rechargeable Battery
• Free Audacity Software Included For Vinyl-to-MP3 Conversion
• Dimensions: 10.63” x 13.78” x 4.33”
Visit pyleaudio.com for more information.
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