Daily Dirt: ION Vinyl Motion Portable Turntable

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You still have your old vinyl stashed away, right? Bust out your collection and admire that awesome cover art while listening to your favorites again on the ION Vinyl Motion Portable Turntable. For $60, this retro-looking turntable can play all of your 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM records and then close up into a compact little suitcase that you can take with you. It features built in speakers with high-fidelity audio and can run on its lithium ion battery. It also comes with a USB cable and software that will let you convert those vinyls into digital files.

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John Nemesh says:

Good god, for the love of all that's holy, NO!

Do your records a favor and buy a better turntable! Tables like these are why people think vinyl is nothing more than hipster bullshit! You don’t have to spend a ton…just $300 will get you a solid entry level Rega or Sumiko table. Get a nice cartridge for it and you will LOVE listening to it. Leave the portable action to the MP3 players and iPhones.

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