Steepletone ST930 Pro with 3 Speed Record Player with MP3 to USB-SD Recording
Stand-alone Stereo Music Player with MP3 Playback and MP3 to USB/SD Recording, featuring 3-speed (33/45/78rpm) pro deck turntable with flip-over stylus and a 45rpm spindle adaptor.
MP3 recording, encoding from Phono to a USB device or SD card (none supplied) and copying from USB to SD, and vice versa, to manage an MP3 collection and all forms of music-playing media.
It has an attractive blue LCD display and large rotary control for volume control and power. This superb system is available with either a black or silver front, and comes with a grey perspex dust cover to keep in tiptop condition. It also works easily via remote control.
- Remote control
- Pitch control and turntable strobe illumination
- Turntable auto-stop on/off switch
- USB port and SD card slot (connect up to 16g of music)
- Built-in stereo speakers: 2 x 1 with RMS output
- Line-out jack (RCA: left and right)
- Headphone socket (3.5mm)
- Aux-in jack (3.5mm)
- Subwoofer-out jack
- X-bass' on/off button for extra bass sound
- Product Size: W 32 x H 13.5 x D 28.5cm
- 1 x Record Player with Mains Cable
- 1 x Remote Control
- 1 x Instruction Manual
Delivery and Returns
Your order will be dispatched within 3-5 working days. Most deliveries require someone to accept and sign for the delivery to ensure the goods are received correctly. To help you we can arrange for delivery to be made elsewhere. Click here for more information.
We hope you like your purchase, however, if you are not entirely satisfied with any item, it can be sent back to us for a refund, provided it is returned within 14 days after delivery has been made (unless otherwise specified). Please click here for more information.
About the Brand
About the Brand: SteepletoneFounded in 1972, Steepletone is still a family owned business today.
The brand were one of the last UK manufacturers of record players, and moved all production to the Far East in the late 80s. Whilst working there, Steepletone found and were inspired to make and source more unusual items and now sell 'unique electronic gifts', with vinyl turntables still a central part of their range.