Thrill to the unmistakable sound of vinyl with this Crosley Cruiser Deluxe portable three-speed turntable. It has a headphone jack for private listening, as well as RCA ports for connecting powered speakers to supplement the 6-inch built-in speaker. You can also stream digital music via Bluetooth with this Crosley Cruiser Deluxe portable three-speed turntable.
Enjoy sound as it was meant to be heard in full stereo.
Plays 33-1/3, 45 and 78 rpm
Keep your music going with the speeds this turntable offers.
Enjoy seamless wireless connectivity.
Deliver powerful sound.
Enjoy superior sound thanks to the belt drive, which reduces vibration.
Integrated pitch control
Added pitch control enables you to adjust the pitch as required. The turntable speed can be increased or decreased by approximately 10% by rotating the pitch control knob.
Offers private listening.
3.5mm auxiliary input and RCA outputs
Ensure an easy connectivity.
45 RPM adapter
Crosley Cruiser Deluxe Bluetooth Portable Turntable
This nice little unit is just what I needed to enjoy playing the few records I own. Sound isn't top-notch but it's clear and I like it just fine. The only issue I have is the way it was delivered. It wasn't even boxed.....just delivered in its original box, which arrived dented and ripped.
A:AnswerThank you for contacting Crosley Brands. You'd want to look at our Executive and Portfolio models for recording to your computer. The Cruiser Deluxe does not have a USB port. Any of our USB units can be hooked up to your computer for recording. Kindest regards,
A:AnswerYes, you can hook up your Bose mini, not wireless though. All you need to do is plug it into the headphone jack. You'll need a 3.5 to 3.5 cord. It is the same as if you used your aux Jack in your speaker and plugged it into your headphone jack in your phone and played music. I have the same speaker, works no prob. You can also use the RCA Jack's if you have an RCA to 3.5 cord. I've used my Bose both ways and it sounds great.
A:AnswerYou can connect via your auxiliary jack with a cable (either 3.5 to 3.5 headphone or a RCA to 3.5 jack) so if your speakers are in another room it'll be tricky and unless you run the cable thru the walls and or ceiling you'll have a long cord running from the turntable to your speakers. Probably easier just to move the turntable closer to your speakers. But it is possible, just have to use a cord and not Bluetooth... although you could get a bluetooth adapter that you could plug into the aux Jack in the turntable that would allow you to broadcast the signal to your speakers. It's similar to those adapters you'd plug into a cassette player in your car that would broadcast music from your phone to your car speakers...check out Bluetooth adapters that should let you do it.