Turntable Boombox In A Suitcase – Pyle PVTTBT8
People with vinyl collection are still out there and longing for something like this. People still buy new vinyl records and not digital music as the rest of us. Playing vinyl records shows class and the taste of person in music, Yeah you can simply hook your phone and listen to the same music and all but there is difference in gulping and savoring.
Pyle PVTTBT8 When closed up, it looks just like a retro suitcase, the kind salesmen from the 80s (or even earlier) will carry around as they go door to door, selling their wares. Unbuckle the clamps, however, and it reveals a full-fledged turntable, complete with a pair of speakers that unfold from the sides, allowing you to enjoy your new Arctic Monkeys record while playing chess with some old Asian dude in the park.
The Pyle PVTTBT8 can play both 33 and 45 RPM records using its onboard rechargeable battery, so you can spin your music anywhere without having to plug in to a power outlet. Unlike most suitcases, the body is made from wood with ceramic for the stereo cartridge, so the rig should easily withstand the bumps and grinds of being lugged around from one hipster joint to the next. If you want a bigger sound at home, it comes with an RCA output for hooking up to your sound system, along with an AC power adaptor to spend the whole night relishing the warm, cackly sounds of vinyl. It measures 17.3 x 10.8 x 4.3 inches (w x h x d) and weighs 10.3 pounds.
Available now, the Pyle PVTTVBT8 retails for $109.99.