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Crosley Radio has taken the turntable out of the box with its new USB portable, battery-powered, two-speed turntable – the Crosley Revolution.


Supporting 33 1/3 and 45 RPM records, this handheld device features an integrated wireless transmitter that allows you to stream music to any FM radio.

 

Plus, the USB hookup and digitizer software suite offers vinyl aficionados a way to connect to Windows equipped PCs and Macs for analog-to-digital transfer. With these features, users have the option to swap vinyl songs with friends and create universal MP3 files.

 

In addition to the wireless sound technology, the Crosley Revolution has a built-in full range stereo speaker and a headphone jack for optional sound enjoyment. It runs on six AA batteries, is made of ABS construction and sports a built-in handle.

 

Pricing & Availability

The patent pending Crosley Revolution is available for $149.95 at CrosleyRadio.com.

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