Crosley Spins A Revolution

Call us old-fashioned, but we still buy new music on LP. Thus, it always does our analog heart good to see new digital-flavored turntables make the scene, including Crosley’s belt-driven Revolution (CR6002A), a $149.95 spinner (45rpm and 33 1/3 rpm) that takes “the record player out of the box.” Beyond being Crosley’s first battery-powered model (six AAs), the company claims the Revolution is its first with a “platter smaller than a teacup saucer” and first with wireless transmitter. Like other digital turntables, the Revolution includes a USB port to turn album-based tracks into digital files (ripping and editing software included). Other integrated goodies include an FM transmitter, headphone jack, line-out port, and dynamic full-range speaker.


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