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Victrola 50's Retro 3-Speed Bluetooth Turntable with Stereo, CD Player and Speakers, Blue - $38.86

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Bought this last year for $35 for a friend. It's a cheap turntable. But it looks really good, has a bunch of features and plays records. Can't really ask more from it then that. I would say it's not worth $99 but it's well worth this price if you like the styling.
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"Usually ships within 1 to 2 months"
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Bought this last year for $35 for a friend. It's a cheap turntable. But it looks really good, has a bunch of features and plays records. Can't really ask more from it then that. I would say it's not worth $99 but it's well worth this price if you like the styling.
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These are nice for anyone looking to give vinyl a try.
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I hate to admit I'm not super knowledgeable about vinyl (I did have it in my household growing up) but I love music so much that I'm going to consider investing in this Avenue of enjoying music. Is this a good, less risky way of dipping my toe into the world of vinyl? I'm guessing I'll get varied opinions on this.
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I hate to admit I'm not super knowledgeable about vinyl (I did have it in my household growing up) but I love music so much that I'm going to consider investing in this Avenue of enjoying music. Is this a good, less risky way of dipping my toe into the world of vinyl? I'm guessing I'll get varied opinions on this.
I would say if you wanna get into vinyl you're better off getting a starter record player that is actually good and won't damage your records. For that start off at around $100 which I'd suggest getting the Audio Technica LP60
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I would say if you wanna get into vinyl you're better off getting a starter record player that is actually good and won't damage your records. For that start off at around $100 which I'd suggest getting the Audio Technica LP60
Agreed. I just grabbed a new one for $75 on Ebay. Love my AT-LP60!
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For the love of my neighbors. 😎
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My local library has a bunch of vinyl records for a $1...this may be good to listen to some good ones. Hope this thing has audio outs to connect to an AVR?
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GD, I bought one for my mom just before Christmas for $82 plus tax. Oh well, she seemed to like it.
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Maybe for garage sale duplicates but I'm not trusting this thing with my vinyl
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I would say if you wanna get into vinyl you're better off getting a starter record player that is actually good and won't damage your records. For that start off at around $100 which I'd suggest getting the Audio Technica LP60

Most people that buy vinyl get them for 50 cents at thrift stores anyway.

It's just a novelty. I bought a Type O Negative boxed set for fun, I already have the cds and mp3s.

Digital is the best way to listen.


And yes, I grew up in a time when things were only available on Vinyl or 8 Track.
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hit up thrift stores for records ... $1 around here and they are almost always in good condition
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I hate to admit I'm not super knowledgeable about vinyl (I did have it in my household growing up) but I love music so much that I'm going to consider investing in this Avenue of enjoying music. Is this a good, less risky way of dipping my toe into the world of vinyl? I'm guessing I'll get varied opinions on this.
If you love music don't even look at these. If you have a decent audio setup try an entry level Project turntable you may be able to trade it without much loss in future your decide to upgrade.

These are just digital players able to play vinyl. A true audiophile vinyl is more expensive than this unit.
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