Crosley Radio Outs Crosley Revolution

Crosley-TurntableCrosley Radio introduced the Crosley Revolution new Battery Powered USB Portable Two-Speed Turntable.

The handheld USB portable device features 33 1/3 and 45 RPM records support and an integrated wireless transmitter, thanks to which users will be able to stream music to any FM Radio.

The USB interface allows for easy digital transfer from analog, to digital, thanks to the digitizer software suite that offers an easy way to connect to MACs and Windows-Based PCs. Users will be able to swap vinyl audio tracks with friends while creating universal MP3 files, thanks to all this great features.

The Crosley Revolution Battery-Powered USB Portable Two-Speed Turntable features a wireless sound technology and has a built-in full range stereo speaker with a headphone jack, providing optimal audio experience.

The device runs on six AA batteries and is designed in durable ABS construction with a built-in handle.

The Crosley Revolution is now available for the price of $149.95.

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