Hi Fi- Ion Superior Lp Wireless Usb Turntable Wood

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Ion Superior LP Wireless USB Turntable - Wood

149.99 GBP

Top features: - Play audio from vinyl and CD as well as cassette tape, USB and FM/AM radio - EZ Vinyl software converts your records and cassette tapes to MP3 - Bluetooth streaming for wireless music playback - 3.5 mm aux-in and RCA outputs for connecting external devices and speakers Play audio in seven different formats Enjoy your digital and analogue music collections in one place with the ION Superior LP Wireless USB Turntable . It lets you play back vinyl records and CDs so you can relive favourite and familiar sounds in authentic quality. Connect a USB stick to the turntable to enjoy songs stored digitally. An FM/AM radio lets you tune into terrestrial stations, making the device great for keeping you company in the kitchen or for relaxing in the lounge. EZ Vinyl software Preserve your old LPs, EPs and tapes as MP3s in three simple steps with the included EZ Vinyl software. You'll be able to convert music to digital formats for listening on an MP3 player, smartphone or tablet - all with that traditional warm sound intact. Play 33 1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records without hassle - the Superior LP Turntable includes a 45 RPM adapter. Bluetooth streaming With Bluetooth, you can wirelessly stream music from compatible smartphones, tablets and playback devices to the turntable. It gives you an easy and spontaneous way to share songs with friends. 3.5 mm aux-in and RCA outputs If you want to listen discreetly, just connect a pair of headphones to the 3.5 mm aux-in jack. You can also use the port for playing back and converting music from devices with a 3.5 mm jack, making the ION Superior LP Turntable even more versatile. A set of standard RCA lets you connect to your existing speaker system, giving you the choice of louder, more powerful sound.

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