A TT You Can Loose Easier Than Your Phone?

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  1. dfunghi

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  2. Chip Chester

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    It would go nicely with my little Victrola that plays 5" 78s.
     
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    Oh those Crosley guys never sleep! Always innovative, always thinking, always on top of things. Thank you Crosley, thanks so much for bringing the true vinyl experience to every home!
     
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    Now Aerosmith will record a new single: Big Three Inch Record.
     
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    Dumbest thing I have seen in some time. Someone at Crosley should fired. How did this ever get approved for production. Must be an early April FoOls gag.
     
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  7. olddude55

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    Looks like there's an AT 3600 on that deck, which would mean this gimmick has a better cartridge than prolly 99% of all Crosley "record players" sold so far.
     
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    Reminds me of the hitclips my kids used to have. Made no sense to me. Why would you pay for something that plays a proprietary format like that with limited selection?
     
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    Stupid beyond measure.

    And @Montycat I saw what you did there, lol.
     
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    Beg to differ...
    A little table like that and a stack of cheap 45's is a great way to get a kid into music.
    That's how I started out.
    I "upgraded" to a suitcase record player when I was 13 and my friend's were envious.
     
  11. Stillhouse

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    7 inch record on a 3 inch table? I'm no math expert, but I don't think that'll work.
     
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  12. mhardy6647

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    Why not?

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    I want one.
     
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    And one of those, too.
     
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    I give on AK tonight....Too Much
     

     

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  17. beat_truck

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    I have one of these little 1950s RCAs that needs some new rubber parts and a cartridge.
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    I plan to upgrade the cartridge to a Pickering V15 or Stanton 500. It can stack and play ~14 45s at a time and I've read that it will change records in one rotation of the platter.:confused:
     
  18. dfunghi

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    It says right in the Crosely launch lit it is designed to play 3" records, not 7". I imagine the arm would not be made to swing that far out and a 7" would clearly hit the arm base and whatever that knob on front is. Imagine trying to play a 28" LP on a regulation deck.
     
  19. vwestlife

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    Actually, the majority of Crosley's current model lineup uses the AT3600L cartridge: the C3, C6, C8, C100, C200, DJ100, K100, K200, T150, T400, 1975T, Collegiate, Dansette Bermuda, Dansette Junior, Gig, Nomad, Otto, Portfolio, Snap, Spinnerette, and Switch II
     
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    RSD has always been ridiculous, but something tells me that $70 Crosley mini table is going to sell. Interesting.
     

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