Crosley CR6233A-RE Dansette Bermuda Portable Turntable with Aux-In (Red)

March 31, 2016 - Comment

No doubt the modern resurgence of the turntable bears testimony to the rekindled romance of listening to one’s music on the purest form it was meant to be heard–analog. And there’s no need to abandon the fun-loving styles from yesteryear. Let Crosley’s reintroduction of the Dansette Series take you to a time where these simple

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No doubt the modern resurgence of the turntable bears testimony to the rekindled romance of listening to one’s music on the purest form it was meant to be heard–analog. And there’s no need to abandon the fun-loving styles from yesteryear. Let Crosley’s reintroduction of the Dansette Series take you to a time where these simple yet iconic styles ruled. In the mid 1960’s, at the height of its popularity, the British-branded Dansette player came to be known as virtually a household staple. These vibrant artifacts clearly define a statement in pop culture from days gone by. This portable player can be taken on the go or attached to the included legs to quickly become a furniture-style statement in any setting. Enjoy your albums in classic style with modern convenience.

Product Features

  • Plays two speeds–33 1/3 and 45 RPM records
  • Dynamic full range stereo speakers
  • Portable audio ready with auxiliary input
  • Portable turntable comes complete with matching stand
  • Classic Dansette Series style turntable

Comments

Consumer Tech Reviews says:

Looks like it’s been through World War II and back… It sounds nice and looks cool… until you inspect it a bit closer.I half believe I received a used model due to its scuffed-up metal trim. It’s not just scuffed a little, but all over the trim. The fabric on the corners seem to be frayed and the legs are made up of a fake wood material that look beat up.The sound quality is… ok. It’s not phenomenal, but it’s not terrible. The tone arm is very cheap- just made of aluminum and a very low-quality plastic. The table seems to be sturdy, but not too sturdy. I do not regret purchasing the 2-year protection plan, since I can guarantee this turntable won’t even make it until then.The verdict: Don’t buy this turntable. The aesthetics in the pictures may look tempting to those into reproduction turntables, but the real product is unfortunately cheaply made and constructed into beat-up materials.

Mark Rosoff says:

I was able to return them both pretty much hassle free though I ordered two of the Bermuda’s as Christmas gifts. Both did not work. I was able to return them both pretty much hassle free though. But I was disappointed that both units were defective.

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