Numark PT01 Touring - Suitcase styled USB Turntable

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The Numark PT Touring turntable is a classically-styled suitcase unit that recalls the popular portable turntables from the past. PT Touring has a rugged case with a handle so you can carry it anywhere. It plays all your 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records, comes with a 45 RPM adapter, and it has built-in stereo speakers for convenient listening without needing to connect external speakers.
£64.00
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Play your favorite records - anywhere!

The Numark PT Touring turntable is a classically-styled suitcase unit that recalls the popular portable turntables from the past. PT Touring has a rugged case with a handle so you can carry it anywhere. It plays all your 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records, comes with a 45 RPM adapter, and it has built-in stereo speakers for convenient listening without needing to connect external speakers. In addition, it has RCA outputs for simple connection to home audio equipment and a convenient Auto-Stop feature kicks in when it reaches the end of the record. Plus with its USB port, included USB cable and downloadable EZ Vinyl/Tape Convertersoftware, converting analog records into digital files for archiving on your computer is a snap.

PT Touring far surpasses the old suitcase turntables in versatility, however. It can also operate on its own built-in rechargeable battery—which means you can enjoy your records even if you’re not near a wall plug.

Features

Specifications

Features

-3-speeds (33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM)
-Built-in stereo speakers
-1/8" headphone jack
-1/8" Aux input
-Built-in rechargeable Li-On battery
-Line level RCA outputs
-EZ Vinyl/Tape Converter software converts records to digital files via USB