Fenton Bluetooth Record Player Turntable with Built-In Speakers, Hifi System with 3 Speed LP, Ceramic Stereo Cartridge with Stylus, Auto Stop, Plays 7", 10" and 12" Vinyl - RP165 Wood Finish

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Fenton Bluetooth Record Player Turntable with Built-In Speakers, Hifi System with 3 Speed LP, Ceramic Stereo Cartridge with Stylus, Auto Stop, Plays 7", 10" and 12" Vinyl - RP165 Wood Finish

Fenton Bluetooth Record Player Turntable with Built-In Speakers, Hifi System with 3 Speed LP, Ceramic Stereo Cartridge with Stylus, Auto Stop, Plays 7", 10" and 12" Vinyl - RP165 Wood Finish

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Playing vinyl records is a great hobby. It's easy to get started and you don't need to spend a fortune to do so. However, like any hobby, there is both good and bad products out there at both ends of the price/performance spectrum. In general, a record player or turntable needs to do three basic separate, interrelated jobs to successfully play a vinyl record. Some players perform these three jobs better than others and cost much more for the commensurate research, development, and precision manufacturing costs that went into producing them.

Described the sound as being “very tinny” and recommended using an amplifier for a better sound experience. Disappointed with the sound quality for its price. Noted that a similar sound quality could likely be found for half the price. Cambridge Audio’s Alva TT V2 is the second generation to the original (and appealing) Alva TT wireless turntable, and is a relatively safe but well-thought-out evolution. For critical YouTube videos on cheap players, watch Roy Unit's video of a Crosley Collegiate versus a used Pioneer turntable and myprofilenameis' Pulse record player. April 25th, 2017 - Added a whole bunch of brand names to the vintage wooden stereo console section. Also added the Sansui - SLP-5000BT model to be avoided.

It seems that every time a research lab brings out a new method of broadcast/reception and the selling of music, it's claimed the public go mad to buy the new system.

Is there a niche listening environment for turntable playing vinyl VIA BLUETOOTH that I am unaware of? Surely the degradation of sound quality via bluetooth will "undo" all the goodness and pure sound of vinyl?

Fenton RP115 Record Player with BT and Vinyl Briefcase (Turquoise)

The design of the Fenton RP165 is another aspect worth highlighting. With its sleek wood finish and retro style, this record player is a fantastic addition to any home décor. The aesthetic elements of the Fenton RP165 have been carefully chosen to complement its technological features, resulting in a product that is as visually pleasing as it is functional. Product Specifications Specification It is the perfect solution for listening to a collection of favourite records. It allows you to play all your 7”, 10” and 12” records with a set of built-in full-range stereo speakers. You can also connect an external audio source such as a HiFi Stereo System via the RCA Line Out. Then, you’ve got the USB functionality that lets you convert your records from vinyl to digital MP3. All you need to do is connect your RP115 record player to your computer. They open up some audio editing software such as audacity, and you’re good to go. The fully automatic PS-LX310BT is easy to set up, can be paired with up to eight different Bluetooth devices, and sounds outrageously listenable, which makes it much more than just a beginner option. It's hard to believe this is Sony's cheapest turntable. For actual sound samples and photos of how damaging the records are on a Skywin-built player (i.e., the GPO Stylo), please take a look at an article at Audio Appraisal .

May 31st, 2017 - Added ZasLuke to the list of brands to avoid, who uses low-end Hanpin OEM models and Skywin. Major credit and props go to the moderators, regular posters, and various people in r/vinyl who helped me make this guide happen. We test Bluetooth turntables just as we would any normal turntable – taking the time to set them up correctly on a level surface. We ensure we spend plenty of time using and listening to each turntable, noting how easy or difficult it is to use as well as testing any extra features they have. We'll try them with different partnering electronics and various genres of music, too. With Bluetooth turntables, we also test them with some of our favourite compatible wireless speakers and Bluetooth headphones at relevant price points, to gauge how they sound when streaming vinyl. Listen to your favorite music wirelessly with Bluetooth functionality. You can stream your sound from Spotify, Youtube etc. It all starts with the purpose of this record player – to allow you to indulge in the rich sound of vinyl records while also giving you the option to connect with modern music streaming platforms. This dual functionality is at the heart of what the Fenton RP165 stands for: a celebration of music in all its forms.Sony (ONLY from the lower-end models, including the PS-LSX100/150/200/250/300) **(Uses Hanpin FU-700/R200 models)** TEAC (the lower-end models only such as the TN-100, LPR500/LPR550, LPU192CD, LP-P1000, and MC-D800) **(Uses Hanpin FU-700/R200 models and Skywin)** No upgrade options, nor serviceable parts that can be sourced easily other than the stylus and belt.



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