Pyle PTCDS7UIW Tocadiscos retro con CD/MP3/Casette/Radio/USB/SD, Aux-In y vinilo a MP3 Encoding (Wood Finish)
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PYLE HOME PTCDS7UIW RETRO VINTAGE TURNTABLE SYSTEM WITH BUILT-IN SPEAKERS
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1 - send it to: Pyle Service Center 1600 63rd St. Brooklyn, NY 11204 (I am in California)
2 - Then they will tell me that it is out of warranty, which I already know
3 - I must include a prepaid shipping label or a $25 money order to cover the return shipping
4 - No estimate of repair costs, which I am willing to pay.
5 - No local shop that can check it out
In other words, send it in and they will tell me that it is unrepairable or that the repair will be prohibitive and I will have paid shipping both ways for the privilege of getting the bad news
So, if you want a unit that looks great and works great for a while but is unrepairable when a problem arises then you are welcome to it.
Arrived in perfect condition, and worked right out of the box. INCREDIBLE SOUND for such an inexpensive system! Loving it!
I really have nothing but good things to say about this box except for one important fact:
The wood, at least on the lid, is not wood. It is composite with a wood veneer. I assume that this holds true for the rest of the unit as well.
When I opened the box, and put the unit on the table, I noticed that the veneer was peeling very slightly on the top. I slid a small thin knife blade with some Gorilla Glue on it and all is perfect.
Everything that I've tested works great:
* The CD works and sounds fantastic
* AUX in works great -- I just purchased a very tiny bluetooth receiver to easily hook up my tablet and/or phone to stream
* The turntable works -- Is it "professional" quality? No, but remember this is an under $200 unit. It sounds pretty darn good to me
I haven't tested cassettes, nor do I think I ever will. I'll be testing the recording feature soon and will update my post.
It's rated for 110 - 240 so it'll work overseas with no problems.
UPDATE: March 4, 2014
* CD Door does not open
* USB device not recognized
* SD cards not recognized
The only good thing is that Amazon is being GREAT about accepting this back. I really wanted to keep it... sound is still good but the features I bought it for just don't work. Shame
All in all though I really love this system. The finish is nice, it looks good in my den and the sound is pretty decent.