QFX Turn 101 Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable & MP3 Player
The QFX Suitcase Turntable spins your favorite 33, 45, and 78 rpm vinyl, producing warm, rich tones with the ceramic stereo cartridge and stylus—or stream your favorite Mp3s from any Bluetooth device! The whole system fits inside a vintage, faux-weathered suitcase with a built-in rechargeable battery for a retro style that's sure to “turn” heads.
QFX Turn 101 Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable Highlights:
- Portable USB-Enabled Turntable
- Convert Records to Digital Files
- Suitcase Turntable
- Belt Drive System
- 3 Speeds Turntable for 33, 45 & 78 rpm
- 45 rpm adapter
- Vinyl Playback
- Ceramic Stereo Cartridge with Stylus
- Semi Auto Stop mechanism
- Small Size Platter
- Power LED Light Indicator
- On/Off Volume Control
- RCA Output Jack
- 5mm Aux In Jack
- Wooden MDF cabinet with PU wrapping
- Switching AC adaptor
- Built-in Speaker 2 X 0.4W
- PU Wrapping
- PC Encoding
- Rechargeable Battery
- Computer with included software needed
QFX Turn 101 Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable Features:
Bluetooth Record Player Turntable with Vinyl to MP3
- Vintage-looking record players come in handmade wooden cabinets with handy suitcase-like closures and carrying handles. They’re also wireless, incorporating modern Bluetooth technology so the unit can double as an mp3 player.
- Transform the tunes on any vinyl record into mp3 files using the included software. This way, you can enjoy the hisses and pops of your favorite records from the speakers of your mobile device. If you’re looking to clear up space by thinning out your vinyl collection, this feature provides a great way to preserve the songs for posterity.
Cordless and Portable
- Bluetooth technology works in tandem with the record player’s built-in rechargeable battery to make this record player uniquely suited to travel. It even comes with a protective case and carrying handle so you can easily carry it from room to room.
Connect to Stereo Systems
- Integrated RCA outputs let you hook the record player up to your home stereo setup, where even your oldest, moldiest jazz bootlegs can reap the benefits of modern audio-enhancing technology.