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Switch up the tables in your musical setup with this turntable


Some people listen to music, but others like to experience it. It’s the difference between putting on any old headphones or looking for ones that will really immerse you in a song, or playing an old scratched CD or listening to vinyl that still sounds like when it was first pressed. You may have your own collection of old records, or you may have thought about starting one, but quality turntables are usually very expensive. That is, unless you get the mbeat® PT-18K Bluetooth Vinyl Player. This affordable turntable has all the essential components for an authentic analog listening experience, and through July 31, it’s only $224 (Reg. $363).

This retro turntable sports a full-size metal alloy platter, produces reduced vibration and signal disturbance, and it has a moving magnetic cartridge for precise tracking and cleaner sound. It also has modern amenities that are simply practical. You can connect your own wired speakers or use your favorite Bluetooth speakers.

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“Great value! I was looking for a good quality turntable at a reasonable price and finally found it! Thank you!” writes a verified reviewer, and it’s easy to see why they’re excited. This turntable can read 33/45 PM, which covers most records you will find. It can also play vinyl with ±1% speed variation. If you have an old record collection that you want to keep forever, you can even record directly to your computer and save the sound as audio files. Or if you just want to listen to music, the built-in preamplifier can produce amazing sound quality.

Whether you’re new to records and turntables or you’ve been at it for decades, this turntable is an exciting union of vintage and modern construction. Get the mbeat PT-18K Bluetooth Vinyl Player on sale for $224 (Reg. $363) while this offer lasts, until July 31!

Prices subject to change.

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