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Crosley CR704D-PA Musician 3-Speed Turntable with Radio, Cd/Cassette Player, Aux-in and Bluetooth, Paprika
  • Built-in Bluetooth receiver lets you stream your music wirelessly to the full-range stereo speakers
  • Belt driven turntable plays 3 speeds: 33 1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records
  • Portable audio ready - simply plug in your smartphone or MP3 player
  • CD player, side-mounted Cassette Deck, and AM/FM radio with airplane tuning dial
  • Full range stereo speakers.Power Consumption:18 W

Crosley CR704D-PA Turntable Demo

all right if you clicked on this video
you probably just got
the crosley record player that has
record capabilities bluetooth cd
cassette and radio and you can see it in
the background right here and let’s just
get on into this video and i’m going to
give an
honest review and show you how it works
all right so here is my crosley
record player as you can see right here
this is where
any records would go when you turn
the knob here that is how you tune the
radio and switch stations
volume and then here is how you switch
between cd
radio record and bluetooth so right now
it is clipped on bluetooth so it can
play music off my phone so if i want to
listen to a podcast or listen to spotify
i just flip that over to bluetooth here
you can also
toggle between fm am play pauses right
here for cds
stop going back program
forward forward eject and power
and you the cool thing about this is you
can actually hook up your phone with an
aux or any other device
so if your phone doesn’t have bluetooth
you can put an aux cord in right here
which is really nice
and then also here is a headphone jack
so if you don’t like the
speakers in this you can listen to it on
your headphones or if you want to buy
your own pair of
speakers you can hook it up in the aux
or in the headphone port
and then you’re probably wondering where
is the cassette capability on
this machine we go to the side
the cassette is right here and just like
because that’s back in the old days i
guess
you would just take a cassette and you
can just push it in there
and then eject it when you need to my
overall review
for the crosley is that it’s great my
boyfriend does not like the speakers
because he is
kind of an audio snob he loves
technology and he loves audio and good
audio
and so he doesn’t like it i like it but
let me go ahead and show you
what it’s like and how to put a record
in this just to get you started
when you first get the machine
here’s the stylus you will have a
plastic covering
that is covering this and you just take
it off before you
do a record here is a safety arm
so if you need to transport it or take
it somewhere it’s not banging around and
getting all messed up over here is my
lana del rey record
and it’s beautiful it is a red record
which is really unique and cool
here side a and then side b is on the
other side
and how records work
is here’s my lana del rey record
you flip it over this is side a so every
single song that plays on side a
is right here and these are all the
songs that’ll play on side b
so let’s go ahead and put this in i’m
gonna put it in
carefully all right
so now that it is in what you’re gonna
do is you’re gonna come over here
and you’re going to first release this
arm
and then you’re going to pull up on this
and it’s going to raise it you don’t
want to automatically put it on
or manually put on with your hand
because
it can scratch up the disc so instead
use this lever that’s why i
clicked it up so it raised it a little
bit and i am just going to push it over
here
oop i forgot to do one thing you’re
going to want to turn it on so just
click the power button
so i turn it on i put it over the disc
and you also want to make sure that it’s
making that noise because it’s on
bluetooth mode
you also want to make sure that it is
clicked over to tape
phono all right
and so now that it is over the disc it
starts spinning automatically
and you are just going to bring this
back down and it will lower it steadily
all right and that is it for this video
thank you for staying tuned
the entire video if you all got this
record player for christmas or your
birthday or you just bought it for
yourself on a random occasion go ahead
and comment down below
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the machine and also if you have any
questions
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Crosley CR704D-PA Turntable Specs

Speeds33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM
StylusReplacement Needle: NP1
Tone ArmManual
Effective Arm Length12″
Connectors1x 3.5 mm auxiliary audio input
Power RequirementsAC 120V ~ 60Hz
Power Consumption18W
Dimensions (WxHxD)17 x 10 x 12.5″ (43.2 x 25.4 x 31.8 cm)
Weight17 lb (7.7 kg)

Crosley CR704D-PA Turntable Review

The Crosley CR704D-PA Turntable is the latest addition to the company’s lineup of high-quality, hi-tech, state-of-the-art, and affordable personal digital recording or playback media. The unit allows users to build up their own customized record play list by adding song titles and artists’ voice samples. A built-in virtual rack along with five-line audio interface enhances the functionality of the unit. All these features make the Crosley CR704D-PA turntable an excellent option for any professional recording studio as well as for home usage.

The Crosley CR704D-PA Turntable features a one-touch operation system which makes it easy for beginners to operate this all in one record player. This all in one unit comes with two pre-amplifiers for the best sound quality. There is also a low-frequency alarm that warns you when the media is loaded with unwanted noise. The onboard tuning pegs allow you to adjust the speed of the pitch adjustment. The system has received good response from the consumers. The audio output is clear and loud, and the durability of the CD storage is good enough for long-term usage.

The all in one record player comes with a USB port for connecting the player to a computer. There is also a Firewire port for connecting the unit to a larger computer. Other than these two major features, this all in one record player comes with five line out port, two mono line in, two high-definition channels, and one stereo channel. The all in one record player also has an option for direct sampling audio from other digital audio sources like MP3s, iPods, and other portable audio devices.

Another feature of the Crosley CR704D-PA is the fact that it supports both mono and stereo in both CDMA and CD RF formats. This means that the Crosley can be used in your home or office as a radio player, a CD player, a tape deck, or a VCR. The unit also offers an interface with your computer so you can transfer and backup your audio files onto your personal computer. When you need to make quick transcription or copy tapes or CDs, the all in one radio player allows you to do this with ease.

The all in one record player has a front light that illuminates the playing surface so you can see what you are doing. There are also jog wheels that make it easy to move the turntable or to move the speakers around. The smooth playing surface of this all in one record player makes it ideal for a person who needs to multitask, such as a teacher who is teaching several classes at the same time. Using the all in one record player allows a teacher to give multiple presentations, record material for his or her class, and deliver lectures with clarity and ease.

For the modern music lovers, there are several additional features on the Crosley CR704D-PA that makes it the perfect unit for your home or business. The unit offers two-way radio play capability so you can listen to your favorite songs while you are away from home. It also has programmable play options that let you choose the best playback method for whatever situation. If you are pressed for time, the unit has an emergency start button that automatically turns the device on and puts it to sleep, so it can function when you need it most. In addition, the front light of the unit illuminates when you need to turn it on and see what you are playing, so it is easy to navigate around your product. If you enjoy listening to old vinyl music or your favorite CDs, the Crosley CR704D-PA is a perfect solution for you.

Last update on 2021-05-16 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

3 verified buyer reviews
  1. This unit includes a record player, a one-disc CD player, an AM/FM radio, and a cassette player. The monitor has an old-fashioned backlight to give the impression that it is an antique radio. My grandmother adores it and uses it on a daily basis… now we just need to find her more records. 😛 The sound is adequate; don’t expect “Bose” brand sound, but it’s adequate for filling a room and enjoying.

  2. This unit has exceeded my expectations in every way. The retro look is fantastic, and I’m having a great time making it the speaker for my echo inputs. Actually, I would have preferred a Victrola device because of its more identifiable name, but the Crosley musician’s appearance appealed to me more. The lip around the top was the deciding factor for me. The turntable can now be flush with the top of the opened unit, and it’s much easier to catch the vinyl by the edges without damaging the playing surface. The turntables on the other players were all recessed with a flat top, requiring you to reach in to get the records out. The sound quality is excellent. It was really easy to connect the bluetooth with Alexa (dot), and I get a chuckle every time she talks out of that old radio. But I’m now kicking back and listening to SiriusXM 40’s junction on my favorite vintage radio.

    Shipping was fast, and the unit arrived in brand-new condition. I can’t wait to see how my guests respond to Alexa’s new digs.

  3. I’ll start with why I wanted it- First and foremost, I am a history buff, so anything that evokes a sense of nostalgia from the 1940s is likely to appeal to me.

    1. Appearance—whoever comes to visit will be able to strike up a conversation with this thing. It really stands out with its distinct appearance, and it complements a home with an older feel. The box is robust and does not have a cheap feel to it. It’s made of real wood and seems to be well-made. Although the dials and front piece are made of plastic, they look and sound like metal. The record player arm is made of metal, and the door lid arm needs a slight push in before closing. This is stated CLEARLY in the manual, so moaning about it is nonsense.

    2. The noise. I’m not sure what kind of sound people expect from something so inexpensive with no subwoofers or big speakers, but complaining about the sound quality in that regard is ridiculous. Although there are speaker vents on the front and sides, sound only comes from the front. The side vents are strictly decorative. Yes, it could use a little more bass, and it would be ideal if it could be connected to something larger, but I’ll gladly trade that for the classic look it brings to my house. Bottom line, the tone is satisfactory. Imagine the amount of sound you can get from an iPad or a Macbook to get an idea of what it sounds like.

    3. The operations. It has an auxiliary port that can connect to different MP3 players. The activation switch, as well as the port, are located in the back. This device also comes with a cord for this purpose. I won’t comment on the tape player because I don’t own any tapes and have no plans to get any or use it. The CD player tray is in the front. One thing I dislike about this section is the big red track number display in the center of the screen while in CD mode. It detracts from the nostalgia and should certainly be more discrete. The standard “compact disc mark” on the cd tray is the same. It’s out of place with the classic style, and it’s needless. It is the year 2019. I believe everybody has figured out what that little slot is by now. By using a manual tuner, the radio remains true to its vintage roots. It makes precision tuning more complicated, but hey, that was life back then. In any case, it doesn’t bother me because I seldom listen to the radio.

    Last but not least, there’s the unit’s main attraction: the record player. READ. THE. MANUAL. If you’ve never used a record player before, don’t write a nonsense review complaining about how bad it is because you didn’t take the time to learn how to use it properly. The record player works well and sounds fantastic. I’m not sure if people under 30 understand what records are all about or what they’re supposed to sound like, but the “grainy” warm, incomplete sound is exactly what’s bringing them back to the forefront of music. Nowadays, CDs and MP3s are just too clean. Almost clinical in its demeanor. This is particularly irritating when listening to older jazz or music from WWII. That’s where the record player comes into its own. It truly transforms the sound environment into something from another age.

    Overall, this device is fantastic for the price. It looks fantastic, sounds fantastic, and is a healthy, safe purchase IF you do your homework. Yes, there will be occasions when you order something and it breaks in transit or is faulty. However, people stop, stop, STOP blanketing the item’s standard over a single isolated flaw. Things like this happen. So, if you’re on the fence about buying this stuff, take my advice. It’s of high quality, and as I previously said, if you know what you’re looking for, what to expect, and have the patience to read the manual and troubleshoot, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

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