Pyle PVNP4CD tocadisco - Tocadiscos (CD, Cassette, Oro, Madera, Madera, USB)
Descripción del producto
Altura: 80 cm
Ancho: 55 cm
Cable USB: Y
Cables incluidos: USB
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Color del producto: Oro, Madera
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Formatos de reproducción: CD, Cassette
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Interfaz: USB, AUX in, 3.5mm, RCA out
Material de la carcasa: Madera
Profundidad: 50 cm
Velocidades nominales: 33 1/3, 45, 78 RPM
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The good news: The turntable has been reliable. The radio is superb. I live in a rural area with a lot of trees and I can pick up channels from the nearest big cities other fine radios could not. I have not tried the cassette player.
The bad news: the disk player has never worked particularly well. If you're into looks, have a lot of records, and listen to a lot of radio, it's great. If you're buy it for the cd or mp3 disk, it's not worth a damn.
1) There were 2 sets of pre-drilled holes for the speaker horn, only one set of which would have resulted in the horn sitting straight and perpendicular to the cabinet once mounted. Align the fitting first and choose which set works.
2) The screws used to attach the horn brace to the cabinet at cheap cheap cheap. Twisted the head off of one of them as I assembled it Christmas Eve. There's no excuse for this and my guess is that the factory in China did a switcheroo between the screws that were specified and the screws the factory actually bought.
3) The workmanship on the brace piece was pretty awful, a piece of flat, gold-colored aluminum bar bent to approximately the shape it needed to be. I know it sounds like I'm harping on the brace, but it was so poorly done that Pyle should probably look at replacing either the design engineer or the factory that produced it.
4) The instruction sheet was essentially unreadable. Tiny diagram, tiny print (like 6-7 point) and clearly Google translated. There's not a huge amount of documentation needed, but what documentation there is should be useable.
5) The turntable, tone arm, switches and tone arm lift and switches are cheap. Again, you don't expect a pro-grade turntable when you're making a purchase like this. And for the occasional user, the record player will likely be just fine.
I have not tried the USB-to-PC recording. But you should know that it's a somewhat complex process involving your PC and loading a recording application on your computer. I have not run the CD that's included, but it reads simply "Driver" so I don't know if it includes the recording software. And know also that ripping vinyl is not for the faint of heart. This isn't a criticism of the record player, it's just a warning that this record player doesn't have the ease of use and drag-n-drop we've come to expect.
Have not tried the other features (tape deck, aux jack hook-up, and computer hook-up); but those are only bonuses for us. We bought the product based on the look, the radio, and the turn table for our child to learn.
Excited to use the aux jack / docking for Samsung phone.
Top notch quality, and definitely would suggest this purchase to others buying from Amazon.