• Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
  • Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
  • Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
  • Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
  • Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding
Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding

Jensen JTA-230 3 Speed Stereo Turntable with Built in Speakers, Aux in, Vinyl to MP3 Converting/Encoding

SKU:HABCA4116
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£130.00
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  • Belt Driven 3-Speed Stereo Turntable 33/45/78 RPM with Stereo Speaker System
  • USB Port with Cable included for Converting Vinyl Records to Digital Format, with Software Included for Recording, Editing and Converting Your Audio Content to MP3 Format
  • Auxiliary Input Jack for Connecting Your iPod, MP3 or other Digital Audio Players. Includes RCA Line-out Jacks and Stereo Headphone Jack
  • Pitch Control for Adjusting the Record Speed; Volume Control, Tone Control
  • Power Indicator, Auto Stop Switch, Dust Cover. Power: AC 120V 60Hz. If you are purchasing and shipping to an international country, product may be damaged if you do not have have the correct voltage requirements.

Customer Reviews

Very portable, but broke after a year and a half. Good for the price Giving a 3/5 for the price. Mine worked about a year and a half before it crapped out on me. Started speeding up and slowing down randomly while listening to a record. But until then it worked pretty well. Cannot handle records that are too scratched up, can skip on scratches where a better turntable would not skip on. The built in speakers are kind off small so they are a little quite. But this can be solved by hooking up your own speakers through the headphone jack or the red and white Cable inputs on the back. The needle is also easily bent sideways if you drag it across the record that will cause only one speaker to play, but replacements are cheap and it comes with a spare. For the price it s ok but don t expect it to last for more than a year and a half. Also a minor issue was the the tone arm clip that holds it down broke off easily. The unit is very portable though as a plus 3Cheap quality, poor sound Purchased this record player for my introduction into vinyl. It was a brief introduction. I was very disappointed with the quality and sound of this player. The unit is very light and made from thin plastic. Out of the box I got about two hours of playtime before issues began to arise. The sound began to distort and eventually became unbearable to listen to (note:using brand new records). Returned and purchased a higher quality record player. 1Turntable would be nice except for one major issue... I'm not a vinyl expert and I wanted something to play a few vinyls I had collected from thrift stores. I was disappointing to find the audio quality coming out of the built in speakers was very distorted and unbearable to listen to, especially during low frequencies associated with synth and bass drums. After a few minutes experimenting I was able to find the problem: this turntable tracks way too heavy. I was able to solve the audio issues by lifting the stylus slightly to take some of the weight off but there is no permanent solution to this as you can't adjust the tracking force on this model. I will be returning my unit and I hope those reading this will look at a different record player. 1Sounds absolutely awful, other technical issues. First and foremost, I plugged this in to my Yamaha home receiver and to an Orb mini-t amplifier, and it sounded terrible on both (tried RCA and 3.5mm aux on the receiver, 3.5m on the Orb). The bass response was completely non-existent; it just wasn't even outputting that part of the signal at all somehow over either of those connections. It does over the internal speakers, but they sound about as good as playing music through the speaker on a cell phone from 2003. I figured I'd save some money, because how do you screw up a record player with today's technology available? Fairly easily, apparently.When using the aux or RCA outputs, the internal speaker never fully turns off, either. I suspect this is part of the problem with the output, but it's an absolutely crippling design flaw that makes this thing entirely useless if you're not using it for the internal speakers and nothing else (which I'd never, ever recommend). I'm sending it back, something I usually don't do, because this is almost certainly the worst product I've bought in years. It doesn't work right, and I got no indication in the time I spent trying to get it to work that it was because it was defective... it's really just a piece of junk. Spend your money on something better that's going to do justice to those expensive vinyls that you're probably damaging by playing them with this. 1Love this! I was a little worried to order a record player for my boyfriend for valentines day since he is big on vinyl and sound clarity. We don't have a nice sound system yet but I wanted to get him something that he could play some of his records on. I found this one on here and after reading reviews decided to get it. It arrived on valentines day and he thought it was really cool. Last night we listened to one of our favorite records on it and it sounded pretty good! Highly recommend! 5First one didn't work :( Second one is fine EDIT: Repurchased after returning, the second one is working fine now :)We could not get this thing to play/spin (although it did make the typical 'popping' sound in the speakers to indicate power-up when you turned it on), so we returned it -- I've reordered just in case we got a lemon, 1000+ 5-star reviews can't all be fake. ;) The quality is about what you'd expect for this price point. 1Same as what I played my Beatles, Stones, Shondells, etc on in the 60's. This thing is awesome. It's like the old record players most of us probably had in our bedrooms to listen to records. About the only thing it doesn't have is the ability to put a stack of records on and let them automatically drop, and the arm doesn't automatically reject and go back to rest on the home position. You can switch it to either keep going in the end-groove, or for it to stop once it gets there.Sound: It's got two built in speakers that sound better than my old record player did in the 60's, OR you can use the line-out jacks on the back to hook up to external power amp and upgrade speakers like we did in the 70's. It's also got an Aux In jack so can plug in an iPod or phone, to utilize the speakers. And of course the main reason I bought this, is it's got the USB connection to be able to rip my old records to MP3. This thing is a LOT better than what I was anticipating for the money. If you're looking for the same quality sound and experience most of us listened to records on in the first place, this is it. If you're looking for a super high end turntable like the purists (people who wear gloves to handle records) this is not it. 5It works! I live in a studio apartment in NY and this is most excellent. I mean I paid 40 bucks for this thing, it works great. The volume is pretty loud, then again I have great hearing. If and when it dies I'll get a more expensive record player. 5It works fine. Internal speakers do not turn off. It works well enough for the price. I'm unsure what inspired them to leave the speakers on no matter what external outputs are plugged in. I plugged in headphones, speakers, and USB, but the small built-in speakers continue playing even if the volume is turned all the way down. I was surprised only a few reviews mentioned this issue.For the price, it works well enough. If I got some serious, real speakers to use, I could probably take it apart and disconnect the internal speakers. 3Didn't need yet another hobby like collecting records...BUT this record player has changed my mind entirely.The unit was packaged well, and all of the moving parts were secured with tape. The needle (already installed but covered with a plastic guard) and a 45 adapter were included. Mom's records sound great and we had fun dancing around the house on Mother's day! The auto-stop feature works well with her records from the 70's/80's. I played with the tone dial, which subtly changes the sound but all of the albums sounded better when it was turned to max. The max volume is pretty loud, but if I wanted a fuller sound I could connect my speakers. I don't think that's 100% necessary, however. Anyway, there's also an additional pitch adjustment (slider) but I haven't had to use it yet.All in all, this is a great buy if you're on the fence. Can't beat the price for a starter unit!Update 1: Make sure you put the player on a level surface that isn't wobbly. This majorly affects the playback, especially with heavier records. I had issues with slow playback and it turns out that my stand was not level (checked with a bubble level). Essentially the player was "pushing" a heavy record "up hill" so the motor ran slower. Again, minor annoyance for the price.Update 2: This unit plays old vinyl very well. The new, heavier vinyl...not so much. The extra weight burdens the motor and the rotation speed isn't consistent. This produces wonky sounds immediately or after a spin or two. Invest in a more expensive player if you're spinning new vinyl. 4
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Description
  • Belt Driven 3-Speed Stereo Turntable 33/45/78 RPM with Stereo Speaker System
  • USB Port with Cable included for Converting Vinyl Records to Digital Format, with Software Included for Recording, Editing and Converting Your Audio Content to MP3 Format
  • Auxiliary Input Jack for Connecting Your iPod, MP3 or other Digital Audio Players. Includes RCA Line-out Jacks and Stereo Headphone Jack
  • Pitch Control for Adjusting the Record Speed; Volume Control, Tone Control
  • Power Indicator, Auto Stop Switch, Dust Cover. Power: AC 120V 60Hz. If you are purchasing and shipping to an international country, product may be damaged if you do not have have the correct voltage requirements.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Very portable, but broke after a year and a half. Good for the price Giving a 3/5 for the price. Mine worked about a year and a half before it crapped out on me. Started speeding up and slowing down randomly while listening to a record. But until then it worked pretty well. Cannot handle records that are too scratched up, can skip on scratches where a better turntable would not skip on. The built in speakers are kind off small so they are a little quite. But this can be solved by hooking up your own speakers through the headphone jack or the red and white Cable inputs on the back. The needle is also easily bent sideways if you drag it across the record that will cause only one speaker to play, but replacements are cheap and it comes with a spare. For the price it s ok but don t expect it to last for more than a year and a half. Also a minor issue was the the tone arm clip that holds it down broke off easily. The unit is very portable though as a plus 3Cheap quality, poor sound Purchased this record player for my introduction into vinyl. It was a brief introduction. I was very disappointed with the quality and sound of this player. The unit is very light and made from thin plastic. Out of the box I got about two hours of playtime before issues began to arise. The sound began to distort and eventually became unbearable to listen to (note:using brand new records). Returned and purchased a higher quality record player. 1Turntable would be nice except for one major issue... I'm not a vinyl expert and I wanted something to play a few vinyls I had collected from thrift stores. I was disappointing to find the audio quality coming out of the built in speakers was very distorted and unbearable to listen to, especially during low frequencies associated with synth and bass drums. After a few minutes experimenting I was able to find the problem: this turntable tracks way too heavy. I was able to solve the audio issues by lifting the stylus slightly to take some of the weight off but there is no permanent solution to this as you can't adjust the tracking force on this model. I will be returning my unit and I hope those reading this will look at a different record player. 1Sounds absolutely awful, other technical issues. First and foremost, I plugged this in to my Yamaha home receiver and to an Orb mini-t amplifier, and it sounded terrible on both (tried RCA and 3.5mm aux on the receiver, 3.5m on the Orb). The bass response was completely non-existent; it just wasn't even outputting that part of the signal at all somehow over either of those connections. It does over the internal speakers, but they sound about as good as playing music through the speaker on a cell phone from 2003. I figured I'd save some money, because how do you screw up a record player with today's technology available? Fairly easily, apparently.When using the aux or RCA outputs, the internal speaker never fully turns off, either. I suspect this is part of the problem with the output, but it's an absolutely crippling design flaw that makes this thing entirely useless if you're not using it for the internal speakers and nothing else (which I'd never, ever recommend). I'm sending it back, something I usually don't do, because this is almost certainly the worst product I've bought in years. It doesn't work right, and I got no indication in the time I spent trying to get it to work that it was because it was defective... it's really just a piece of junk. Spend your money on something better that's going to do justice to those expensive vinyls that you're probably damaging by playing them with this. 1Love this! I was a little worried to order a record player for my boyfriend for valentines day since he is big on vinyl and sound clarity. We don't have a nice sound system yet but I wanted to get him something that he could play some of his records on. I found this one on here and after reading reviews decided to get it. It arrived on valentines day and he thought it was really cool. Last night we listened to one of our favorite records on it and it sounded pretty good! Highly recommend! 5First one didn't work :( Second one is fine EDIT: Repurchased after returning, the second one is working fine now :)We could not get this thing to play/spin (although it did make the typical 'popping' sound in the speakers to indicate power-up when you turned it on), so we returned it -- I've reordered just in case we got a lemon, 1000+ 5-star reviews can't all be fake. ;) The quality is about what you'd expect for this price point. 1Same as what I played my Beatles, Stones, Shondells, etc on in the 60's. This thing is awesome. It's like the old record players most of us probably had in our bedrooms to listen to records. About the only thing it doesn't have is the ability to put a stack of records on and let them automatically drop, and the arm doesn't automatically reject and go back to rest on the home position. You can switch it to either keep going in the end-groove, or for it to stop once it gets there.Sound: It's got two built in speakers that sound better than my old record player did in the 60's, OR you can use the line-out jacks on the back to hook up to external power amp and upgrade speakers like we did in the 70's. It's also got an Aux In jack so can plug in an iPod or phone, to utilize the speakers. And of course the main reason I bought this, is it's got the USB connection to be able to rip my old records to MP3. This thing is a LOT better than what I was anticipating for the money. If you're looking for the same quality sound and experience most of us listened to records on in the first place, this is it. If you're looking for a super high end turntable like the purists (people who wear gloves to handle records) this is not it. 5It works! I live in a studio apartment in NY and this is most excellent. I mean I paid 40 bucks for this thing, it works great. The volume is pretty loud, then again I have great hearing. If and when it dies I'll get a more expensive record player. 5It works fine. Internal speakers do not turn off. It works well enough for the price. I'm unsure what inspired them to leave the speakers on no matter what external outputs are plugged in. I plugged in headphones, speakers, and USB, but the small built-in speakers continue playing even if the volume is turned all the way down. I was surprised only a few reviews mentioned this issue.For the price, it works well enough. If I got some serious, real speakers to use, I could probably take it apart and disconnect the internal speakers. 3Didn't need yet another hobby like collecting records...BUT this record player has changed my mind entirely.The unit was packaged well, and all of the moving parts were secured with tape. The needle (already installed but covered with a plastic guard) and a 45 adapter were included. Mom's records sound great and we had fun dancing around the house on Mother's day! The auto-stop feature works well with her records from the 70's/80's. I played with the tone dial, which subtly changes the sound but all of the albums sounded better when it was turned to max. The max volume is pretty loud, but if I wanted a fuller sound I could connect my speakers. I don't think that's 100% necessary, however. Anyway, there's also an additional pitch adjustment (slider) but I haven't had to use it yet.All in all, this is a great buy if you're on the fence. Can't beat the price for a starter unit!Update 1: Make sure you put the player on a level surface that isn't wobbly. This majorly affects the playback, especially with heavier records. I had issues with slow playback and it turns out that my stand was not level (checked with a bubble level). Essentially the player was "pushing" a heavy record "up hill" so the motor ran slower. Again, minor annoyance for the price.Update 2: This unit plays old vinyl very well. The new, heavier vinyl...not so much. The extra weight burdens the motor and the rotation speed isn't consistent. This produces wonky sounds immediately or after a spin or two. Invest in a more expensive player if you're spinning new vinyl. 4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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