Give the gift of retro cool! Designed to reflect the stylings of yesteryear, the Executive USB Portable Turntable easily takes your favorite vinyl and converts them to digital files. Simply plug in the USB cable, play your record and watch as the Executive creates digital files on your computer. The Executive interfaces with the USB port on any computer utilizing the supplied software – it's that easy.
- Belt-Driven Turntable Mechanism
- Diamond Stylus Needle
- Fully Automatic Return Tone Arm
- Plays 3 Speeds: 33 1/3, 45 And 78 RPM Records
- Plays 7", 10" & 12" Records
- USB Enabled for Connection to Windows Equipped PC and Mac
- Brass Plated Hardware
- Auxiliary Input
- RCA Audio Out
- Dynamic Full Range Stereo Speakers
- Crosley Radio
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Ruined my LPs! It comes with a heavier ceramic needle (which destroys the grooves) and the turntable was off kilter. Returned it immediately. B&N made the return easy though.
Tinny sound - vocals disappear when plugging in the headphones. Not worth it.
My daughter is leaving for college soon and she has recently caught the vinyl fever. The quality is nice and the style is perfect. Very simple and easy to use. Easily portable, while sturdy enough to drag back and forth to college. Nice product.
Very cool turntable! It's a great gift for the music fans on my list.
Terrible Shipping and Return by B&N. out $100 and no turntable. I ordered a Crosley turntable about nine months ago so I apologize for the untimely review. However, immediately upon purchasing I received a gift card in the male for B&N so decided to use it on the turntable. I called the B&N website about ten seconds after hitting the purchase button but they informed me that the purchase was already accepted by the external merchant. I called the merchant immediately to cancel the item but they said it already went through shipping and to the distributor and that I had to wait to receive the item and refuse it/have it returned to sender. The package arrived when I wasn't home so I was unable to return it via the mail. I called the merchant to get a return label. Firstly, they said I had to pay for it to be returned, secondly they wouldn't give me a return label at first saying I had to simply 'return it to sender'. I called three or four times over a few weeks getting different answers from everyone about return labels and where to send it back. Finally someone e-mailed me the address to return the item. I took it immediately to the post office and returned it. I did not purchase a tracking number because I am poor and didn't think it would matter (it does, ALWAYS get a tracking number). I waited about a month and a half before calling the distributor asking if they had received my item and when I would be getting a refund. They had not received it and informed me that it may tak e up to six months for the warehouse to receive and process the item. I waited and waited. Now, months later, I still have no turntable and am out about a $100. which for me is quite a bit of money. I realize I have made some mistakes along this transaction but because of the difficulties in getting a refund/return I don't think I will order from Barnes and Noble online again. I just wanted to send a shout out to those considering purchasing from external merchants through barnes and noble to not make the same mistakes I did. Good luck.
Great idea that does not work. Turntable wobbles like a carnival ride, arm way too heavy. Took it right back after great xmas disappointment.