Vintage WIFI Multiroom Vinyl Turntable!
Sleek stereo turntable equipped with the latest version of our system! The signal of the turntable itself is broadcast in high quality, in WIFI, to your speakers: listen to your vinyls everywhere in the house, in a perfectly synchronized way! To our knowledge, only one brand offers this technology, in a price range that has no comparison with ours.
La platine a été restaurée et son moteur entièrement révisé. L’aiguille et la cartouche sont neufs, et la roue d’entraînement a été remplacée.
The turntable contains a phono preamplifier intended to prepare the signal read by the needle before its diffusion, as well as an analog-to-digital converter to digitize the music before its WIFI transmission. It is intended only for wireless broadcasting and requires at least one other of our systems to operate:
Nos tourne-disques et platines peuvent être associés à notre gamme de WIFI speakers or with our recently upcycled radios. Nous proposons aussi un boîtier WIFI permettant de convertir votre installation audio existante en haut-parleur WIFI.
More information on multiroom broadcast.
- Multiroom WIFI broadcast
- WIFI and Bluetooth connectivity: you can connect to the player with your phone or tablet and listen to your playlists and music platforms
- Low voltage power supply, it can be used anywhere in the world, regardless of the mains voltage characteristics (220 or 110V, 50 or 60 Hz). Shipped with the appropriate transformer.
- Dimensions : 33 x 23 x 12 cm
The case is in perfect condition, as shown in the pictures! The factory sticker is still there, and the turntable comes with its original protective cover.
History of the radio
Philips was founded in 1891 by Frederik Philips and his son Gerard. The father, a banker, financed the acquisition of a factory in Eindhoven, where the company began to manufacture electrical components. After a difficult first few years, during which they almost went bankrupt, Gerard's younger brother Anton joined the company. As an engineer, he quickly brought fresh ideas to the table and the business grew rapidly. In the following years, the family laid the foundations for the multinational electronics company. In the 1930s they marketed the very popular "Chapelle" radio, and in 1939 the first electric razor.
After World War II, Philips produced vinyl turntables that we love for their robustness. The company contributed a lot to the Art Deco movement, seeking to move away from the natural lines of Art Nouveau into more abstract modern forms. After 1960 came the tape players, then other technologies.
Free shipping to UK, Germany, Spain, Netherland, Belgium and France.
Full one year warranty
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