Record Player with Built in Speakers, Bluetooth & CD - Fenton RP135W

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Record Player with Built in Speakers, Bluetooth & CD - Fenton RP135W
( SSE0786 )

( SSE0786 )

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Key Features

  • Bluetooth, FM radio and a CD player making it highly versatile
  • USB connection with a record function
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • Wooden housing in a 60s vintage style
  • Auto-stop function to preserve your records

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Product Description

The Fenton RP135W record player with built-in speakers features modern technology, making it perfect for home use while providing a retro aesthetic. Including Bluetooth connectivity, FM radio and a CD player, you can use this highly versatile record player for many purposes.

As well as having multiple input options for audio playback, there is a USB connection that allows for audio streaming and recording directly onto a USB stick. Simply play any audio through the record turntable using any of the playback options, connect a USB stick to the respective input, and you can save the audio into an MP3 file.

The RP135W vinyl player with built-in speakers is a complete system ready for use straight away. The inclusion of built-in stereo speakers means that you don't need to connect the record player to an external speaker system (although this is still possible using the RCA line output), making for a compact system that can be placed in discreet locations at home.

Witha retro-style aesthetic, this vinyl player with built-in speakers sits nicely in any room and provides a traditional and unique finish that stands out from the crowd. It has a high-quality wooden housing which looks great and also helps the overall sound of the record player due to the wood providing natural acoustics that resonate nicely in any room.

The RP135W has an auto-stop function, which means that when a record has finished playing, the record player will automatically stop turning. This is an excellent feature if you are busy with other activities at the time of a record finishing, and it also protects your records against unwanted scratches on their surface.

Key Details

  • Bluetooth, FM radio and a CD player making this record turntable highly versatile and suitable for many uses
  • USB connection with a recording function that allows digitalisation of your records and any audio playing through the turntable from any other inputs
  • Built-in high-quality stereo speakers making it a complete system ready to use straight away
  • Wooden housing in a traditional 60s retro style, providing a unique aesthetic that will fit into any room
  • Auto-stop function that protects your records against unwanted scratches and preserves the life of the needle
  • 2-Year extended warranty
( Retro Record Player with Bluetooth & CD - Fenton RP135W
  • Plays 7" 10" and 12" records
  • 3-speeds for 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM records incl. adapter
  • CD player
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • Direct encoding (Vinyl CD AUX BT) to USB
  • Manual or automatic stop tone arm (on/off switch)
  • USB playback
  • Bluetooth receiver for wireless audio streaming
  • 3.5mm AUX input
  • Ceramic Stereo cartridge with stylus
  • Headphone output
  • Belt driven turntable mechanism
  • Anti dust cover
  • Wooden cabinet
( Retro Record Player with Bluetooth & CD - Fenton RP135W
  • Playback options: Bluetooth streaming, CD, FM-Radio, USB
  • Input Connections: 3.5 mm jack USB
  • Output Connections: 3.5 mm jack RCA
  • Speed settings (RPM): 3345 78
  • Power Supply: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz (12V Adapter)
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 345 x 325 x 170 mm
  • Weight (kg): 4.8000

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Product Questions
What is the power output on sound please
Question by: michael taylor on 3 Apr 2023, 22:09
The manufacturer states the output at 15 Watts via a pair of 3 inch speakers.
Answer by: Glenn Newton on 4 Apr 2023, 10:29