Crosley Revolution Portable Turntable
Last updated on November 15th, 2015 at 12:07 pm
Vinyl sales reached a 20-year UK high in 2014 with sales of 1.29 million. And that figure looks set to grow with estimations that vinyl sales are up a further 69% in 2015 when compared with the same period last year. With that in mind, the Crosley Revolution Portable Turntable could be just what you’re looking for!
The Crosley Revolution is a turntable of firsts. Not only is it the first battery-powered Crosley turntable, it’s also the first with a platter smaller than a teacup saucer. It’s also completely portable. Joes can easily bag this beauty up and take it down to a friend’s house or wherever the kids little to their jams these days.
It features a USB hookup for easy analog-to- digital transfer, which means the Crosley Revolution allows users to can trade in the grooves to an MP3 device with ease. There’s also a headphone jack and a pair of earbud headphones in case your neighbours don’t appreciate the new Chemical Brothers record quite as much as you.
Crosley have been knocking around for coming to 100 years when, in 1920, Powel Crosley introduced the first low price radio for the masses, called the Harko. It sold for just $7 – much less than the $100 price tag on radios at that time.
Crosley Radio has continued to expand its product line creating vintage-inspired electronics incorporating the latest technologies such as iPod docks, Bluetooth and MP3 capabilities. But this is absolutely our favourite.
You can see why it’s called a Revolution, and it won’t break the bank either. We found them on Amazon for a little as £49.99.