|商品尺寸||39.12 x 17.02 x 39.12 cm; 7.17 公斤|
|包装清单||Manual, RCA Line Out Cable, 45 RPM Adapter, Turntable Operation Sheet. Cord Length: 61"|
Victrola 木质 Metropolitan 中世纪现代蓝牙唱片播放器，3 速转盘和收音机
- 皮带驱动，3 速转盘（33 1/3，45，78 RPM）可播放您喜爱的乙烯基唱片
- 经典 FM 收音机，带模拟调谐器和“圆形表盘”LED 照明
- 从蓝牙启用的设备无线播放音乐，远达 33 英尺的地方
- 特点 3。 5 毫米辅助输入和 RCA 输出连接
Our Victrola Metropolitan 4-in-1 Record Player combines a Mid-Century Modern look with a classic rotary tuner with beautiful "around the dial" LED lighting while still maintaining the latest technology for your convenient listening enjoyment. Stream your music via Bluetooth, or play your favorite tunes on the Radio, from the 3-speed turntable, or thru a 3. 5mm Auxiliary input.
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- it's less expensive. it also has fewer features, but I never once played a CD nor cassette on the previous unit so this is not a loss.
- it has a smaller profile
- the look of the unit looks more "real". mid-century radios were made with plastic bits, while the clearly plastic dial s on the unit that is supposed to look "older" really didn't go with that aesthetic.
- the radio dial feels "tighter".
- it has a lever to lift the arm - no need to worry about scratching the record when you raise/lower the needle
- most importantly, the volume! my husband has significant hearing loss, and never once heard a record I played on my other unit. he can hear a record (Queen, in case you're wondering) from the next room with the volume dial only halfway up. Is it the highest quality sound? No. But as long as you don't have the back of the player right against the wall, it is certainly good enough - and I'm a DJ so I know sound.
- speaking of quality of sound, this unit has speaker outputs which the 6-in-1 does not. So if I decide I do want more audiophilic sound, I can pick up some peripherals.
The tone arm engages the turntable once it is moved a certain distance from the resting position. For two of the units that I received (one purchased and the other as a replacement), the tone arm does not sit securely on its rest. There is a lock "for transport," but it is annoying to be forced to lock the arm during typical use. This will not annoy for long, however, as the turntable ceased to move at all only 3 days after receiving the first unit. This most likely occurred because the tone arm slid into the turntable (since it is impossible for it to stay on the rest without the aid of the lock while one changes records). I'm guessing that the gear turning the turntable itself has small plastic teeth that were all immediately stripped.
Like most cheap turntables, the entire record playing portion sits on springs to keep it above the wood top, allowing the platter to spin without any interference. This ruined the look of the entire product for me and was probably what caused the tone arm to be off balance from its rest in the first place.
Do some homework before buying this item and buy something much better for only slightly more - like one from Audio Technica (which was my choice for replacement). This was my first record player purchase and its quality is horrid. One good outcome is that it taught me more about turntables in general, so maybe a positive there?
Most of the better turntables do not include speakers, but you can use computer speakers until saving up the difference if need be.
I have excellent, high end audio/video equipment in my home, but this unit fits the bill in my back room to stream podcasts from my phone or listen to the occasional 70 year-old '78 rpm record.
I've had no issues playing back my cheaper record finds. I have a uturn orbit plus for another room and I'm more than happy with the quality this victrola reproduces.
I did replace the cartridge with the BP2ATC (B071WMFGHL) as some youtube reviews recommended and it did significantly improve the sound quality when playing LPs!
Only downside is the built in bluetooth has given me a lot of issues -- i didn't plan to use it - but decided to try it - and have a lot of problems pairing with it on new devices.