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Pyle Home PVNTT1R Classic Retro USB Phonograph/Turntable with Aux-Input Jack (Mahogany)

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  • Classic Retro Design - USB Connection To Allow Recording to PC and Mac - RCA Stereo Aux-Input Jack
  • Files Can Be Saved as MP3, WMA, WAV, etc. - AC Power: 110V 60 Hz
  • Auto Return - Color: Mahogany
  • Auto Stop
  • RCA Stereo Audio Output

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  • Media: Electronics
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.4 x 36.2 x 43.8 cm ; 3.8 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 Kg
  • Item model number: PVNTT1R
  • ASIN: B004V9GJ2Y
  • Date first available at Nov. 10 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #342,866 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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This elegantly designed retro turntable may look old, but it's not - in fact, it's equipped with a USB port so that you can transfer your analog vinyl hits to digital files, like WAV, MP3, OGG, and WMA. Or, just play your favorite music. The wooden cover keeps your equipment secure. RCA stereo input and output jacks. Equipped with auto return and auto stop. Runs on AC 120 V.

From the Manufacturer

The Pyle PVNTT1T Classic Retro USB-To-PC Phonograph

The Pyle PVNTT1T Classic Retro USB-To-PC Phonograph/ Turntable with Aux-Input Jack

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Classic and Elegant Design

Classic and Elegant Design

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Rear Ports

Rear Ports: USB, AUX line-in, and RCA line-out

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Accessories Included

Accessories Included: USB cable, audio-out cable, and driver installation CD.

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Connect to a PC or Mac

Connect to A PC or Mac

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Classic Style with Modern Technology

The PVNTT1R turntable has classic retro styling along with today’s silicon-based technology.  It can easily become the center piece in any room. The sleek and vintage designs combine to provide you with a gratifying vinyl experience. You can’t help but watch the records spin as it plays your music. 

Connect with A PC or Mac to Make Your Music More Portable

Create music files when you plug the PVNTT1R to your PC or Mac. It comes with everything you need to get connected. Data transfer through the USB cable is a breeze. Your favorite vinyl records can be easily turned into digital music files.  Convert your records into audio files to MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, and a variety of other formats.  Turn your stack of records into a digital music library – organize your music collection or just save some space by digitizing your records with the PVNTT1R.

Audio for One or for All

Take it to the next level and use the RCA line-out to connect this turntable to your home theatre system to add full-bodied audio.  Show-off your turntable and play music for a crowd of family and friends. Either way, this turntable will deliver high quality performance for all of your audio needs.

Play More than Vinyl

This classic vinyl record player is capable of playing more than your vinyl record.  Take advantage of the AUX-in port that allows the PVNTT1R to connect with and play music from iPods as well as almost any other MP3 or external music player. Combine the best of analog and digital technologies.

Accessories to Keep the Music Playing

The PVNTT1R comes with USB cable, audio-out cable, and driver installation CD.(Long play record and laptop not included)

Extra Features

  • Ceramic Cartridge
  • Belt-driven automatic turntable
  • Auto stop (Ensures that the tone arm will be raised and reset at the end of the record)
  • Auto return (The record automatically replays from its starting point just as if it was on loop)

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    Color Name: black Verified Purchase
    Terrible quality, waste of money.
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    Unprofessional company, sloppy and cheap turntable. March 26 2012
    By Bryan - Published on
    Color Name: black Verified Purchase
    I received this product only to be immediately disappointed with its performance and the "customer service" behind it. This turntable should probably be $20-$30 less than it's already priced. The platter wobble is so intense that the needle is constantly skipping. Adjusting the screw at the top right does NOTHING. Nothing at all. No matter how much I adjust this screw, the problem continues. Nothing changes in the slightest bit. I can't listen to a record all the way through without the needle skipping randomly because of the intensity of the wobble. I tried taking apart the turntable and tightening all the screws inside and still no fix. The platter is a very cheap cheap plastic. Like Toys R Us product plastic. I emailed the company asking for advice and how to go about fixing this problem. I stated that I tried adjusting the screw to help fix the problem and that it didn't work one bit. The email back was pathetic. The grammar was awful and the email made no sense with no proper instructions.

    Interpret the email yourself...



    I just received my PVNTT1 Classic Retro USB Phonograph/Turntable today and I am having the problem of the platter being too wobbly. It causes the records the needle to miss the record at certain points and skip. I tried adjusting the screw from tight to loose and had no success. I'm a little worried about taking it apart and not sure how to take off the Iron binder that keeps the platter attached. How can I fix this problem? The turntable is Brand new.




    There is a platter adjustment screw in the upper right corner that will assist in correcting the skipping but it will only reduce the wobble it will still be present, but not affect the audio performance.

    I clearly indicated that my audio performance was suffering and they offered 0 besides stating that the audio performance won't be fixed. How about a new record player?

    Don't bother with this company.
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    Great Record Player, Interesting Software Nov. 10 2011
    By techgirl - Published on
    Color Name: Mahogany Verified Purchase
    I ordered this turntable because I wanted an authentic looking device on which to play records. When I bought it, it worked for a few days and then quit working. However, I contacted amazon and I received a new turntable within a week (and I didn't have to pay shipping on it or pay shipping to return the broken one). It has been working constantly for the last three months and sound great! Also, it has the option to convert records to mp3 files. If you are hoping to convert the records in this way, make sure you have a computer that can play mini-cd's because the software for converting the records is on a mini-cd.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    Ok for old jazz Aug. 10 2013
    By blaine - Published on
    Color Name: black Verified Purchase
    for some reason this player does a great job of playing older records of like 160 gram vinyl. Does a real bad job on stuff like newer albums such as PInk Floyd. I'm a little disappointed. so
    'some" things it handles really well and sounds great and others, its a flop.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    save some, hear some, it's all good! Sept. 23 2012
    By MB - Published on
    Color Name: Mahogany
    Got this today in the mail, and I can hardly believe it isn't an actual antique. Really gnarly box the bad boy sits in. Solid feel to the outside, nothing hollow about it. when she spins, she is quiet, and when I hooked her up to my computer via usb, it cranked out my oldies AND I saved some of it to MP3. So now it's analog for me as much as I can get.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    Terrible quality, skips & doesnt play records other players can Feb. 22 2012
    By andre - Published on
    Color Name: black Verified Purchase
    This player is terrible quality, skips, doesnt play records that play perfectly on other turn tables and generally just sounds horrible.

    This is not worth it, it looks cheap, plays terribly and is of horrible quality.