Crosley Turntable Console with CD Player
Take one look and you'll go straight back to the 1940s, and you'll be surprised if you don't hear Jack Benny coming out of the tweed fabric covered speakers. The gorgeous Crosley Turntable Console is so perfectly old-fashioned, we were surprised to see a CD player pop out too. Music sounds better when it comes from such a gorgeous unit, and you'll enjoy your vinyl LPs, 78s and 45s like never before. You might even start listening to the radio again.The beautiful retro hardwood cabinet is finished in Oak veneer and polished to a satin glow. A retro centerpiece on the outside, it's state-of-the-art on the inside, with a high-tech needle to protect your records and make them sound better than ever. It even has the old AM/FM analog airplane dial and a few knobs to fiddle with. It's a Crosley, after all.About CrosleyIn 1920 Powel Crosley founded the company that pioneered radio broadcasting and mass market manufacturing around the world, starting with a simple radio, meticulously crafted with obsessive detail and accuracy, and a measure of consideration for the wallet. Today the Crosley name lives on with superb, detailed replicas that transcend time. Vintage radios and turntables graced by unforgettable Crosley styling are blended with the latest technology. The Crosley Collection includes AM/FM radios, suitcase-style record players, multi-functional cassette and CD players, jukeboxes, music boxes, telephones and more. Rich, authentic retro designs make Crosley today's premier vintage electronics manufacturer.
MP3 Retro Speaker Amp
"These days, most speakers that are sold as ""MP3 speakers"" are pitiful and anemic little things, shaped like bubbles and sounding like, well... sounding like crap, frankly. Buzzy, tinny and no bass response. Sad and pathetic, but what's a proper rocking geek god supposed to do to entertain his entourage with the latest nerdcore or arpeggiated moogsynth jams? What you need is an old-school retro guitar-amp, zapped with a shrink ray, but still capable of cranking to eleven, and blasting your ears with 5W of power! If only somebody made such a thing! If only... Hey, look! ThinkGeek's got 'em! Yay! This little amp is perfectly sized for portable rock. Maybe you won't be able to plug in your favorite Gibson or Fender or Rickenbacker, but you can plug in your iPod, iPhone, Zune or Zen. Really, anything that can send sound down a 3.5"" mini-jack will do just fine. Powered by 3 AAA batteries (not included) or by your computer's USB port, it pumps out plenty of sound out of that little body. So before you try and overdrive your tiny headphones in an effort to let your friends hear your songs, maybe you should plug in your amplifier, and get with the proper rocking."
Crosley CR711 Autorama Turntable with AM/FM Radio - Red
No matter how many formats music becomes available in, nothing sounds quite like vinyl. Forgo the modern methods and listen to your favorite music the way it was meant to be heard--on 33-1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records. The CR711 Autorama turntable plays all three speeds while adding a vintage-style touch to your home. It's also equipped with a built-in AM/FM radio and full-range stereo speakers, so no matter what you're listening to, it will sound fantastic. From Crosley.
Skullcandy - Aviator Headphones - Black/Chrome
Enjoy premium sound and show off your tastes with these over-the-ear headphones featuring full-range enhanced audio drivers and a blend of vintage and modern styles.
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