The GPO Memphis Turntable is a versatile 4-in-1 Music System with turntable, CD, MP3 and SD playback. This retro full-size LP turntable features a belt drive system at 33/45/78 RPM. can be used to convert all your LPs and CDs to MP3, then save them to either SD card or USB pen drive.
With a built-in amplifier and 2 x 1.5w RMS speakers, you can enjoy all your favourite music and activate bass boost for powerful sound. It also features an LCD display with blue back light that will display FM radio details and a 3.5mm jack plug to connect MP3 players or smartphones (connection lead included). - A.D.
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Bought this music system as a birthday present and I absolutely love it. The sound quality is great and the fact you can plug it into an amp makes it even better. Being able to play all sizes of vinyl is a plus and makes it better than many of its competitors with the added Cd, and radio player. Used the function which allows for transferring of vinyl sound onto mp3 to upload to my ipod and the sound quality is amazing. For the price you really get a lot for your money.
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