Jenson 3-Speed Stereo Turntable.
With Built in speakers and also an AM FM Radio.
Personally the built in speakers don't exactly do much for me on this unit, but then again I have been listening to vinyl with a finer tuned ear than most. But for a starter table I don't have an issue with it for less than 50 bucks.
Built in speakers, AM FM radio, and line out jacks for an external speaker.
Plays 33, 45, &, 78 records and also has a stereo headphone jack. Some reviewers have commented how they like to keep this thing out on the patio in the summer time.
I actually listen to baseball games on the AM radio built into this unit.
Replacement Needles for Jensen Turntables.
Wet and dry cleaning products to keep your records in fine playing shape.
Here are some replacement needles for the Jensen 50 dollar turntable. The only draw back, a new needle will cost almost a third of how much the turntable costs to begin with
I promise you this, one thing you will most certainly need is an anti static carbon fiber brush, If you buy a lot of thrift store vinyl, you will need this and a wet cleaning system of some sort. This particular brush is great for just a quick dusting.
RCA makes a pretty good wet clean record care product, almost every record you buy will need wet cleaned at least one time.
See what you can find on eBay.
The Most Important Things:
When searching for an entry level turntable, you really should know exactly what it is your wanting out of a record player. Read both positive and negative reviews.
Many times reviews will be wildly mixed, with equal 5 star and 1 star reviews, usually the 1 star reviews are from people who expected an audiophile sound system. You do get what you pay for.
Also it's not a bad idea to check out what other consumers have to say about a third party seller, whether they offer returns etc...
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