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  • Pro-Ject Record Box E - Black Pro-Ject Record Box E - Black Quick View

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    Pro-Ject Record Box E - Black


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    For MM and MC Cartridges With A/D Converter


    Record Box E is an high-quality phono preamplifier, that offers the possibility to convert your valuable vinyls into computer music data. Re-cord Box E accepts both MM & MC cartridges and gives audiophile music experience at an entry-level price. The integrated A/D converter operates with Windows and MAC operating systems and connects via USB to your computer. Therefore your valuable vinyl collection can be digitised, especially for use in portable music players. Advanced circuitry and SMD construction keep noise and distortion at a surprisin-gly low level. A built-in internal shielding and an outboard DC power supply leave no risk for external interference. Because of its small casing, Record Box E can be placed near the turntable. Input and output sockets are gold-plated for preservation of quality. Record Box E can be connected easily to a line-input (AUX etc) of your amplifier.


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    $89.00
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  • A Portable Model Of A Portable Model Of Quick View

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    A Portable Model Of

    Chicago's Joan of Arc blend post-rock's atmospherics and punk's volume and dynamics. Three members came from the emocore band Cap'n Jazz; when that band broke up, the trio wanted to change their musical direction, removing the boundaries and structures of punk and including more experimental elements like tape loops and electronics. Calling themselves Joan of Arc, the group went on tour with their friends the Promise Ring (who also featured ex-Cap'n Jazz members) in August 1996. After spending the fall of that year writing and recording, the band re-emerged in 1997 with A Portable Model of Joan of Arc, their full-length debut. The album continued Joan of Arc's evolution into an equally hard-hitting and progressive outfit that appealed to emo and post-rock fans alike. The following year they returned with How Memory Works, a more clearly stated version of their ambitious style. Joan of Arc rang in 1999 with the release of Live in Chicago 1999. In February 2003, the band returned with So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness.
    1. I Love A Woman (Who Loves Me)
    2. The Hands
    3. Anne Aviary
    4. Let's Wrestle
    5. Romulans! Romulans!
    6. Post-Coitus Rock
    7. Count To A Thousand
    8. How Wheeling Feels
    9. In Pompeii
    10. Caliban
    11. In Pamplona
    12. I Was Born
    13. (I Love A Woman) Who Loves Me
    Joan of Arc
    $21.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Vinyl Styl Groove Portable Turntable (Red) (Discontinued) Vinyl Styl Groove Portable Turntable (Red) (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Vinyl Styl Groove Portable Turntable (Red) (Discontinued)


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    In a variety of custom designs, the Vinyl Styl™ Groove portable turntable comes equipped with two full range stereo speakers, stylus with protective cover, 3.5mm headphone output jack, RCA outputs and a belt driven platter allowing you to choose from 3 speeds; 33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM.


    This 3 Speed Belt Driven Suitcase Turntable Includes: Stereo RCA Cable, AC Power Adaptor, Record Slip Mat, User Manual and Built-in Speakers.




    This item is not eligible for discount.

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  • Crosley CR8005A-PT Peanuts Cruiser 3-Speed Portable Turntable Crosley CR8005A-PT Peanuts Cruiser 3-Speed Portable Turntable Quick View

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    Crosley CR8005A-PT Peanuts Cruiser 3-Speed Portable Turntable


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    Love the rich, warm sound of vinyl, but wish it was a more moveable music format? Put down the iPodTM and mobilize your music with the Crosley Cruiser three-speed portable turntable. Constructed of wood and bound in a leatherette material, the briefcase-styled record player is lightweight and easily transported from place to place.


    It features built-in stereo speakers so you can listen to your music without having to connect it to a speaker system. Cruise over to a friend's house and experience vinyl's superior sound together.


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    $89.99
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  • Crosley CR6251A-BK Bound Portable Turntable (On Sale) Crosley CR6251A-BK Bound Portable Turntable (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Crosley CR6251A-BK Bound Portable Turntable (On Sale)


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    You're with the band when you pack up the Bound turntable from Crosley. Tough and portable, the Bound looks like a mobile roadie unit, but bust it open, and its three-speed record player can blast out loud with the best of them. Little but loud, if you really need to break the sound barrier, plug in more speakers to the RCA outputs. Vinyl cravings not cutting it? Pop in an auxiliary input and groove to new tunes, or leave wires behind with Bluetooth connectivity to get this show on the road.




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    $179.99 $159.99 Save $20.00 (11%)
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  • Crosley CR8005D Cruiser Portable 3-Speed Turntable (On Sale) 9 COLORS AVAILABLE Crosley CR8005D Cruiser Portable 3-Speed Turntable (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Crosley CR8005D Cruiser Portable 3-Speed Turntable (On Sale)


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    Crosley's most popular turntable, the Cruiser, just got an upgrade. Introducing the Crosley Cruiser Deluxe! This record player still rocks its charming suitcase-style shell, but now you can dial in the record's speed with advanced pitch control adjustments or easily sync to the Bluetooth connection and stream digital music right through the built-in speakers.


    Have one-on-one jams with the headphone jack, or add powered speakers through the RCA ports to blast out loud. Choose from a rainbow of sound to start your vinyl adventure with this portable three-speed record player.


    Crosley
    $89.99 $69.99 Save $20.00 (22%)
    CR8005D Cruiser Portable 3-Speed Turntable - 9 Colors Available
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  • Crosley CR6234A-BT Dansette Junior Portable Turntable (On Sale) Crosley CR6234A-BT Dansette Junior Portable Turntable (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Crosley CR6234A-BT Dansette Junior Portable Turntable (On Sale)


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    Back in the day, every household used to kick it with the Dansette record player. Crosley has taken the torch and created the Dansette Jr, a two-speed turntable with built-in full-range speakers and blasting vintage-inspired style. Spin classic vinyl or pop any device into the auxillary input, and get dancing with this mad, mod turntable.


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  • Crosley CR6016A Spinnerette Portable USB Turntable (On Sale) 2 COLORS AVAILABLE Crosley CR6016A Spinnerette Portable USB Turntable (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Crosley CR6016A Spinnerette Portable USB Turntable (On Sale)


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    Be ready to spin anywhere you go with the Spinnerette's slick vintage inspired deck. Unfold this lady to play three speeds of records with manual pitch control. When you're through exploring, save the music through a USB cable and integrated program.


    Crosley
    $149.99 $129.99 Save $20.00 (13%)
    CR6016A Spinnerette Portable USB Turntable - 2 Colors Available
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  • Pro-Ject Record Box E - White Pro-Ject Record Box E - White Quick View

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    Pro-Ject Record Box E - White


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    For MM and MC Cartridges With A/D Converter


    Record Box E is an high-quality phono preamplifier, that offers the possibility to convert your valuable vinyls into computer music data. Re-cord Box E accepts both MM & MC cartridges and gives audiophile music experience at an entry-level price. The integrated A/D converter operates with Windows and MAC operating systems and connects via USB to your computer. Therefore your valuable vinyl collection can be digitised, especially for use in portable music players. Advanced circuitry and SMD construction keep noise and distortion at a surprisin-gly low level. A built-in internal shielding and an outboard DC power supply leave no risk for external interference. Because of its small casing, Record Box E can be placed near the turntable. Input and output sockets are gold-plated for preservation of quality. Record Box E can be connected easily to a line-input (AUX etc) of your amplifier.


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    $89.00
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  • Crosley Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable Crosley Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable Quick View

    $299.99
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    Crosley Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable


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    In the music industry a Director has many roles in creating the perfect musical masterpiece. The Crosley Director CD Recorder allows you to be your own producer, or at least a preserver. Capturing your favorite songs from your private collection has never been easier thanks to Crosley. With the simple touch of a button, you can effortlessly record all of those 33's, 45's, 78's and even cassettes directly to CD.


    If the music doesn't take you back in time, the traditional Crosley styled cabinet will rock you back to the good old days. The sleek design houses a variety of technology complete with a 3-speed turntable, CD recorder, cassette deck, portable audio ready feature, AM/FM radio with a nostalgic analog tuner and a programmable CD player. With this much style and functionality the Director is a must have for any home.


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    $299.99
    Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable Buy Now
  • Live At Max's Kansas City Live At Max's Kansas City Quick View

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    Live At Max's Kansas City

    There's a certain amount of disagreement among Velvet Underground scholars regarding whether or not
    this album, recorded by Andy Warhol associate and longtime fan Brigid Polk on a portable cassette recorder on
    August 23, 1970, does in fact document Lou Reed's final appearance with the VU. Historical merit seems to be more
    the issue than high fidelity.
    LP 1
    1. I'm Waiting For The Man
    (Live at Max's Kansas
    City) [2015 Remastered]
    2. White Light White Heat
    (Live at Max's Kansas
    City) [2015 Remastered]
    3. I'm Set Free (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    4. Sweet Jane (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    5. Lonesome Cowboy Bill
    (Live at Max's Kansas)
    [2015 Remastered]
    6. New Age (Live at Max's
    Kansas City) [2015
    Remastered]
    7. Beginning To See The
    Light (Live at Max's
    Kansas City) [2015
    Remastered]
    8. I'll Be Your Mirror (Live
    at Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]


    LP 2
    1. Pale Blue Eyes (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    2. Candy Says (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    3. Sunday Morning (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    4. After Hours (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    5. Femme Fatale (Live at
    Max's Kansas City)
    (2015 Remastered)
    6. Some Kinda Love (Live
    at Max's Kansas City)
    [2015 Remastered]
    7. Lonesome Cowboy Bill
    (Version 2 Live at Max's
    Kansas City) [2015
    Remastered]

    Velvet Underground
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP -2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Melt Melt Quick View

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    Melt

    Although now firmly settled in New York City, Young Magics three members came together through equal helpings of openness and fortuity. In 2010, singer and producer Isaac Emmanuel had left his home continent of Australia to travel across Europe, over to New York, and down through Mexico, all the while creating and recording music with whatever instruments he found along the way. While in Mexico, Emmanuel kept a tight correspondence with fellow Australian expat Michael Italia, who for months had been similarly traveling across Europe and South America with portable recording gear in tow.


    They decided to meet up in New York, where their good friend from a few years prior, Indonesian-born vocalist Melati Malay, had been living and making her own recordings. In early 2011, the three friends, who had initially bonded over their broad musical palettes, began recording together and contributing songs to the record, culling influences and finding their own footing among them.


    The immediately fruitful collaboration brought forth singles Sparkly, You With Air and Night In The Ocean, all of which were fitting indicators of the bands chameleonic sound, heavily informed by West African rhythms, Brainfeeder hip-hop, UK bass, and '60s psychedelic soul. Young Magics full-length debut, Melt, comprises both of these tracks, as well as their B-sides, and expands on their varied aesthetic, at once electronically sequenced and completely organic. Containing recordings from 10 different countries, the album flaunts new facets at each turn, letting as on Watch For Our Lights rough samples from distant lands coalesce with drum machines and distorted synths.


    Night In The Ocean and Jam Karet put soaring synth pads around the higher frequencies while deep kicks keep the songs grounded, allowing Isaac and Melatis vocals to float in synchronicity between. And with its shifting rhythm, open structure, and layers of echoed vocals, closer and highlight, Drawing Down The Moon, hints at crystalline take on UK garage: a last dance from a collection of short stories from around the world. With a sonic mÉlange of vibes on a debut that remains cohesive and distinctly their own, it will be exciting to see where the trios tastes will guide them next.

    1. Sparkly
    2. Slip Time
    3. You With Air
    4. Yalam
    5. Jam Karet
    6. Night In The Ocean
    7. Watch For Our Lights
    8. The Dancer
    9. Cavalry
    10. Sanctuary
    11. Drawing Down The Moon
    Young Magic
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  • Sony PS-HX500 Digital USB Turntable Sony PS-HX500 Digital USB Turntable Quick View

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    Sony PS-HX500 Digital USB Turntable


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    Digitally captures analog in its purest form


    Turntable for playing vinyl and recording in High-Resolution

    Breathe new life into analog masterpieces with DSD. Just hook up the PS-HX500 turntable to your PC via USB, play a record, and capture every aspect of the vinyl with DSD 5.6 MHz native conversion. Convert your precious vinyl collection into High-Resolution Audio, take it out for a walk with your Walkman®, or just sit back and enjoy playing your vinyl originals.


    Vinyl goes portable in High-Resolution Audio


    Convert your records to high quality digital music files

    The PS-HX500 is equipped with a high-quality A/D converter. So just connect it to your PC with a USB cable and record your vinyl as High-Resolution Audio tracks. This is a great way to backup your precious vinyl collection, or even take tracks outdoors with you on your portable music device.


    Get your records ready to go


    The goodness of vinyl, without the bulk

    The authentic sound of vinyl, with all its warmth and smoothness, can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere with digital convenience-at home, outdoors, and in your car.


    Advanced features do the heavy lifting

    Simply connect the PS-HX500 to a PC's USB port and convert your vinyl tracks into high quality digital ones. The supplied PC application lets you rip, edit and store tracks from your vinyl records.


    High-Resolution Audio file formats

    In addition to DSD-recorded DSF files, recording and playback of PCM-recorded WAV files is also supported.


    Relive the master performances right away


    Integrate it into your high-quality audio system

    Connecting the PS-HX500 with a high-quality audio component system enables you to enjoy all your vinyl with all the raw realism they can offer.


    Sound technologies for analog enjoyment

    Enjoy all the smooth and warm sound expressions your vinyl is capable of; the PS-HX500 is equipped with the high-quality audio technology to make it possible.


    Newly designed integrated shell type straight tonearm

    The integrated shell improves durability and stabilizes the cartridge for superior focusing and dimensionality of sound, while its lightweight structure improves traceability.


    Turntable-stability in motion

    The turntable uses the latest techniques to deliver extremely stable rotation for optimal and natural delivery of your music.


    • Highly stable belt drive system - The optimized spindle-bearing construction stabilizes the belt drive to achieve natural sound reproduction.
    • High quality 0.20-inch rubber mat - Excellent adherence to the record's surface minimizes unnecessary resonance for clean sound.
    • Aluminum die cast platter - The high-inertia aluminum die cast platter offers superb balance between strength and mass.


    What's in the cabinet


    Sony's excellent speaker technology has been incorporated in the MDF cabinet to deliver high acoustic quality.


    • Acoustic-grade MDF cabinet - The 1.18-inch thick MDF cabinet has excellent sonic characteristics for accurate soundstage reproduction.
    • >Insulated structure - Thoroughly insulated including rubber dampers to eliminate vibration from racks and other peripherals.
    • Glass epoxy circuit board - Using glass epoxy resin for the circuit board helps to provide better sound quality and stability.


    Just connect it to a PC via USB and convert analog records into DSD 5.6 MHz native files. DSD captures the fine nuances of old masterpieces including the smoothness of vinyl. Archive files to a music server, take them out on your Walkman® or enjoy them in your car. An internal Phono EQ amp lets you enjoy analog through a high quality audio system.


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    Digital USB Turntable With High-Resolution Recording Buy Now
  • How Memory Works How Memory Works Quick View

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    How Memory Works

    Chicago's Joan of Arc blend post-rock's atmospherics and punk's volume and dynamics. Three members came from the emocore band Cap'n Jazz; when that band broke up, the trio wanted to change their musical direction, removing the boundaries and structures of punk and including more experimental elements like tape loops and electronics. Calling themselves Joan of Arc, the group went on tour with their friends the Promise Ring (who also featured ex-Cap'n Jazz members) in August 1996. After spending the fall of that year writing and recording, the band re-emerged in 1997 with A Portable Model of Joan of Arc, their full-length debut. The album continued Joan of Arc's evolution into an equally hard-hitting and progressive outfit that appealed to emo and post-rock fans alike. The following year they returned with How Memory Works, a more clearly stated version of their ambitious style. Joan of Arc rang in 1999 with the release of Live in Chicago 1999. In February 2003, the band returned with So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness.
    1. Honestly Now
    2. Gin & Platonic
    3. To've Had Two Of
    4. This Life Cummulative
    5. A Pale Orange
    6. White Out
    7. So Open: Hooray!
    8. A Name
    9. Osmosis Doesn't Work
    10. God Bless America
    11. A Party Able Model Of
    Joan of Arc
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Live In Chicago, 1999 Live In Chicago, 1999 Quick View

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    Live In Chicago, 1999

    Chicago's Joan of Arc blend post-rock's atmospherics and punk's volume and dynamics. Three members came from the emocore band Cap'n Jazz; when that band broke up, the trio wanted to change their musical direction, removing the boundaries and structures of punk and including more experimental elements like tape loops and electronics. Calling themselves Joan of Arc, the group went on tour with their friends the Promise Ring (who also featured ex-Cap'n Jazz members) in August 1996. After spending the fall of that year writing and recording, the band re-emerged in 1997 with A Portable Model of Joan of Arc, their full-length debut. The album continued Joan of Arc's evolution into an equally hard-hitting and progressive outfit that appealed to emo and post-rock fans alike. The following year they returned with How Memory Works, a more clearly stated version of their ambitious style. Joan of Arc rang in 1999 with the release of Live in Chicago 1999. In February 2003, the band returned with So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness.
    LP 1
    1. It's Easier To Drink On An Empty Stomach Than Eat On A Broken Heart
    2. Who's Afraid Of Elizabeth Taylor?
    3. If It Feels / Good, Do It
    4. Live In Chicago, 1999
    5. (I'm 5 Senses) None Of Them Common
    6. Me (Plural)


    LP 2
    1. I'm Certainly Not Pleased With My Options For The Future
    2. When The Parish School Dismisses And The Children Running Sing
    3. Thanks For Chicago, Mr. James
    4. (In Fact I'm) Pioneering New Emotions
    5. Better De'd Than Read
    6. Sympathy For The Rolling Stones
    7. All Until The Greens Reveal Themselves At Dawn

    Joan of Arc
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  • So Much Staying Alive And Lovelessness So Much Staying Alive And Lovelessness Quick View

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    So Much Staying Alive And Lovelessness

    Chicago's Joan of Arc blend post-rock's atmospherics and punk's volume and dynamics. Three members came from the emocore band Cap'n Jazz; when that band broke up, the trio wanted to change their musical direction, removing the boundaries and structures of punk and including more experimental elements like tape loops and electronics. Calling themselves Joan of Arc, the group went on tour with their friends the Promise Ring (who also featured ex-Cap'n Jazz members) in August 1996. After spending the fall of that year writing and recording, the band re-emerged in 1997 with A Portable Model of Joan of Arc, their full-length debut. The album continued Joan of Arc's evolution into an equally hard-hitting and progressive outfit that appealed to emo and post-rock fans alike. The following year they returned with How Memory Works, a more clearly stated version of their ambitious style. Joan of Arc rang in 1999 with the release of Live in Chicago 1999. In February 2003, the band returned with So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness.
    1. On A Bedsheet In The Breeze On The Roof
    2. The Infinite Blessed Yes
    3. Perfect Need And Perfect Completion
    4. Olivia Lost
    5. Diane Cool And Beautiful
    6. Mr. Participation Billy
    7. Mean To March
    8. Hello Goodnight Good Morning Goodbye
    9. Dead Together
    10. Madelleine Laughing
    11. Staying Alive and Lovelessness
    Joan of Arc
    $21.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Crosley CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable Crosley CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable Quick View

    $169.99
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    Crosley CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable


    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Tune in with the nostalgic Crosley Lancaster, an antique-styled entertainment center with an aviator dial and handsome grillwork. Lift the hinged lid to reveal a 3-speed turntable that plays your 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records. Adjustable Pitch control lets you customize your listening experience. After listening to your old vinyls, sit back and relax to the AM/FM radio, cassette player, or CD player.


    The Lancaster is also portable audio ready - simply plug in your portable audio device or MP3 Player. There's also built-in Bluetooth, allowing you to stream your favorite music from your Bluetooth-enabled device wirelessly to the full-range stereo speakers.


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    $169.99
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  • At The Five Spot, Vol. 1 At The Five Spot, Vol. 1 Quick View

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    At The Five Spot, Vol. 1

    Part of the ultimate audiophile Prestige stereo reissues from Analogue Productions - 25 of the most collectible, rarest, most audiophile-sounding Rudy Van Gelder recordings ever made. All cut at 33 1/3.


    All mastered from the original analog master tapes by mastering maestro Kevin Gray. 200-gram LPs pressed at Quality Record Pressings, plated by Gary Salstrom


    Deep groove label pressings, tip-on jackets on thick cardboard stock


    One night during a one-time, two-week engagement at the Five Spot produced enough music of lasting merit for three albums. When Rudy Van Gelder took his portable equipment down to the fabled Cooper Square jazz club on July 16, 1961, he captured the interaction of an extraordinary quintet.


    Eric Dolphy, Booker Little, Mal Waldron, Richard Davis and Ed Blackwell had formed a cooperative group and, if LIttle had not died in October 1961, there is no doubt that it would have been a potent force in the music of the 1960s and beyond. Dolphy himself died in June 1964, after establishing himself as one of the important contemporary reedmen. Here his alto saxophone and bass clarinet and Little's trumpet explore three originals: The Prophet by Dolphy, Bee Vamp by Little, and Fire Waltz by Waldron. It's time caught in a bottle - music for the ages.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Fire Waltz
    2. Bee Vamp
    3. The Prophet
    4. Bee Vamp (alternate take)
    Eric Dolphy
    $34.99
    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Zerostat 3 Zerostat 3 Quick View

    $100.00
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    Zerostat 3

    In the laboratory the Milty Zerostat keeps film glass plastic ware and lenses dust and lint free. It also prevents charged particles from flying during weighting or transfer of particles. And the Zerostat gun finds wide use among those who possess and maintain phonograph record collections.


    Each Zerostat unit is shipped with complete instructions and information about a special 'Test Procedure' to validate that the unit is working properly. Each Zerostat unit has a 'two cycle' type of operation, when the trigger is squeezed, positive ions are generated and when the trigger is relaxed, negative ions flow. This means that it is possible to induce a charge on a neutral surface using the Zerostat. If the trigger is squeezed and the Zerostat is then removed from the surface (before allowing the trigger to return to its original position) a positive charge will be induced. Similarly, pointing the Zerostat at the surface only for the release of the trigger will induce a negative charge.


    Each squeeze of the trigger results in a discharge, when stated in units of charge, is 1.5 Coulombs. One can reasonably expect on the order of 10,000 such 'squeeze cycles' during the lifetime of the Zerostat. The Zerostat needs no batteries or electrical supply nor does it contain any radioactive components.


    The Zerostat is lightweight highly portable and easy to control and handle.

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  • Fosgate Signature Fozgometer Azimuth Range Meter Fosgate Signature Fozgometer Azimuth Range Meter Quick View

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    Fosgate Signature Fozgometer Azimuth Range Meter

    2012


    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Fozgometer Azimuth Range Finder


    The FOZGOMETER represents a breakthrough for adjusting phono system azimuth.


    To obtain high performance from a modern phonograph system, the tonearm and pickup cartridge must be properly adjusted to within a few thousands of an inch. There are several alignment gauges available to adjust overhang and offset. To adjust cartridge azimuth (Axial Tilt), it has been necessary to use lab quality equipment and a test record. Azimuth may be adjusted using an oscilloscope, AC voltmeter, or computer program. These methods can be expensive and time consuming.


    The FOZGOMETER incorporates a "Log Ratio Detector" developed for surround processor steering logic circuits to measure channel separation over a wide range of signal levels down to -70 dB. The readings are virtually independent of overall signal levels, and can be made with a wide range of input signals without effecting accuracy. It is a small portable battery powered unit that is used in conjunction with a test record. It measures channel separation, channel balance, and signal direction quickly and accurately. Readings are taken without touching the meter, leaving your hands free to work with the tonearm. The meter reads channel separation in both directions, and channel balance. The LED's indicate Left, Center, and Right signal (test tone) positions.


    Fosgate
    $300.00
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  • FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow Quick View

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    FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow

    We Know Each Other Somehow is the twelfth volume of FRKWYS, the music,
    film, and event series celebrating intergenerational collaboration. For this
    installment, RVNG Intl. offers a collection of original compositions by Robert
    Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma.


    In the four decades since Ariel Kalma's debut album, the privately
    pressed Le Temps des Moissons, the French-born Kalma musician has
    circulated corners of culture now legend: intrepid excursions as a spiritual
    explorer through India and New York in the 1970s, a studio staff position
    at the Groupe de Researches Musicales (Pierre Henry's famous musicconcrete
    laboratory at INA studios), and training with music / mind /
    meditation institute Arica.


    The genesis of this FRKWYS collaboration was inspired in part by Robert
    Aiki Aubrey Lowe's first release under his own name, the widely regarded fulllength
    Timon Irnok Manta, released for Type in 2012. The album paired two
    strobing, drone-oriented pieces in an uncategorizable combine of ambient
    synthesizer-music and pulsing rhythms. Lowe also performs his vocal-based
    compositions as Lichens and is a frequent collaborator with Om and Nurse
    With Wound.


    Chance travel landed Lowe and Kalma in San Francisco at the same time
    shortly after the collaboration idea was seeded. Upon meeting, Kalma was
    endeared by Lowe's unique set-up, a portable modular synth unit housed in
    a vintage luggage case. Kalma recalled his own adventures when he traveled
    with just a Revox tape-delay machine and saxophone.


    Plans were soon settled to record in Kalma's home studio in Main
    Arm, a remote community on the eastern Australian coast, around Lowe's
    serendipitous tour dates with Om. The pastoral life that Kalma had settled
    into eons earlier vastly informed the character of the recording. Similarly
    mined by Ariel Kalma in his 1978 album Osmose, itself a collaboration with
    sculptor Richard Tinti, field recordings are embraced throughout We Know
    Each Other Somehow as a key harmonic and timbral element with which to
    adorn.


    Described by Lowe in the liner notes as the "collective voice," these
    birdsongs, creeks, tributaries and other ambient sonics of Main Arm appear
    throughout the album in processed and pure form. Wind instruments and
    signal sources are modulated, modified and sustained ad infinitum, cohering
    the choir of mother earth with the collaborators' own.


    We Know Each Other Somehow is accompanied by a feature length
    exploratory documentary based on the collaboration. Titled Sunshine Soup
    and directed by multitalented designers / artists Misha Hollenbach and
    Johann Rashid, the non-linear film is keyed to the outer-boundary music
    created by Lowe and Kalma.


    Following up his 2014 archival collection An Evolutionary Music (Original
    Recordings 1972 - 1979), Kalma found an ideal collaborator in Lowe and an
    ideal opportunity to innovate in the field of modularly synthesized electronic
    music which he helped pioneer. Voyaging along parallel paths until now, We
    Know Each Other Somehow shows these artists summoning another world
    in an otherworldly part of the planet, merging the collective voice with their
    own.

    1. Magick Creek
    2. Mille Voix
    3. Gongmo Kalma Lowe
    4. Strange Dreams
    5. Wasp Happening
    6. Miracle Mile
    7. Palo Alter Reality (Bonus Track)
    Robert Aiki, Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma
    $27.99
    Vinyl LP + DVD - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Music Is Painting In The Air 1974-1977 Music Is Painting In The Air 1974-1977 Quick View

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    Music Is Painting In The Air 1974-1977

    Music Is Painting In the Air is a collection of new mixes and unheard music from Sensations' Fix's prolific output between 1974 and 1977. Revered as one of the great articulations of progressive music, Music Is Painting In the Air offers guide posts to those familiar with Sensations' Fix's amorphous catalog and an approachable primer to those just journeying on the sensational trip.



    The story of Sensations' Fix begins - and never quite ends - with Franco Falsini. Born in Florence, Italy in 1948, Falsini became a teenage rock 'n' roll convert through a steady supply of 45s sent home by his London-based sister. Following his sister's footsteps to swinging 60s London, Falsini put his love of music into practice, fronting a space blues trio that riffed its way from the UK back to Italy in a Ford Transit.



    Falsini became smitten by Vinnie Sherman, an American woman working as a waitress at a nightclub in Florence where Falsini was holding down a residency. The newlywed lovers made their way to Alexandria, Virginia in the summer of 1969. Arriving on August 15th, the first day of Woodstock, a spirit of freedom filled Falsini and fueled his creative proclivity.



    Falsini blazed a trail for home recording that has impressed upon inward resourcing and reflecting musicians and DIY enthusiasts in the decades since. A technology stalwart, Falsini employed a floor model MiniMoog and a tricked-out Teac 4-track machine to transform the Virginia basement of the house shared with Sherman into a cosmic conduit and launch pad for Sensations' Fix.



    The reach for space from a personal place is nowhere more apparent than on Fragments of Light, early basement recordings solicited by Falsini as deal demos and surprisingly flipped into the first of six Sensations' Fix albums released over the next five years. The up-close fidelity of Fragments - coupled with Falsini's emotive guitar leads and sparse, sentimental vocals - creates a private quality that separates the album from other extravagant progressive rock productions contemporary to its 1974 release.



    Relocating back to Italy on the heels of Fragments' release, Falsini, alongside drummer Keith Edwards and bassist Richard Ursillo (both American expats), charged through another two Sensations' Fix albums, Portable Madness in 1974 and Finest Finger in 1976, and a stunning solo album Cold Nose (Naso Fredo) in 1975. Without marketing or tour support to expose Sensations' Fix to a wider European audience, Falsini and his band of psychedelic renegades left Italy for the golden shores of California and their possible salvation. In 1977, Sensations' Fix released Vision's Fugitive on an independent label and fulfilled their major label obligation shortly after with Boxes Paradise.



    Falsini spent the next couple decades between New York City and Paris, creatively contentedly creating above par electro-pop (The Antennas) before returning to Florence to launch the Interactive Test dance music label. Meanwhile, the legend of Sensations' Fix grew. On his 2002 album, The Private Press, DJ Shadow sampled from two Sensations' Fix songs. More recently, Sonic Youth curated a career retrospective titled Sensational Fix at Life Gallery in Saint-Nazaire France.



    For Music is Painting in the Air, Falsini and his son Jeyon set forth on a year-long voyage to restore and revisit the original Sensations' Fix analog tapes. Honoring Falsini's tradition of autonomy, this collection, as with the majority of the Sensations' Fix catalog, was mixed solely by Falsini. The sequence is chronologically defiant, encouraging the listener to free associate the recurring themes' origins and immerse in the body of music as its own universe.



    Once this celestial body suit is occupied, it becomes apparent why the forward-thinking yet emotionally-accessible quality of Sensations' Fix's music is still finding the universal audience for which its intended. Falsini's disregard for time and insistence on reinvention provides an infinite reach for his music. The end-goal was seemingly unmarketable by the industry then, but perfectly harmonious with a culture constantly evolving now.

    LP1
    1. Barnhause Effect
    2. Cold Nose Part 3, 4th Movement
    3. Leave My Chemistry
    4. Acudreaming
    5. Grow On You

    6. Scraping Delay
    7. Warped Notions Of A Practical Joke (Instrumental)
    8. Dark Side of Religion
    9. Cosmic Saudade
    10. Cold Nose Part 3, Movement 2
    11. Fragments of Light
    12. Into The Memory


    LP2

    1. Cold Nose Part 3, Movement 5
    2. C'e Nessuno
    3. Map
    4. Moving Particles
    5. Cold Nose Part 3, Movement 3
    6. Music Is Painting
    7. Left Side Of Green

    8. Chelsea Hotel (Room 625)
    9. Fix A Water Fountain (Instrumental)
    10. Leave My Chemistry
    11. Overflowing Ashtrays
    12. Strangelands
    13. Cold Nose Story
    14. Slow Motion Movie
    15. Fortune Teller
    16. Fortune Teller Coda

    Sensations' Fix
    $34.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier Quick View

    $5,900.00
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    Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier


    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Handcrafted in the USA


    The famous Manley Stingray stereo integrated amplifier has been renewed and refreshed. Allow us to present to you the Stingray II integrated tube amplifier with full featured RF and IR remote control. We also make another model with a built-in iPod dock called the Stingray iTube that you can learn about here.


    The STINGRAY II is the next evolution from our acclaimed Stingray Integrated Amplifier, legendary in the hifi world since it first swam from our labs in 1997. Originally conceived with particular attention paid to optimal component placement for the purity and symmetry of the signal path layout, the Stingray quickly became one of our best-selling products. The Stingray II retains the same basic tube circuitry and marvelous output transformers as the original with some important improvements:


    The high voltage tube energy storage has been increased vastly resulting in even more solid and coherent bass control and impact.


    A headphone jack has been added to the right side facia. This jack re-routes the output from the speaker binding posts and mutes the Subwoofer output feed. This makes the Stingray II a fabulous headphone amplifier!


    The 4th input source is an 1/8 (3.5mm) TRS mini jack for convenient hookup with portable devices and computers on the left front facia.


    The Remote Control works with both Radio Frequency and InfraRed technologies. Using the remote in RF mode gives freedom from having to point and shoot. The RF remote is omnidirectional and works through walls and cabinets. IR capability is included for those with Universal Learning Remote Controls for consolidated integration into existing systems. The volume control, balance adjust, input switching, and display options are all on the RF/IR Remote Control. Additionally user can perform the MUTE, DIM, INSERT and STANDBY commands with the Remote Control.


    Each INPUT can be individually level trimmed to match and to optimize system gain staging of various input devices.


    The fancy blue LED displays surrounding the INPUT and VOLUME encoder knobs can be dimmed down or turned off entirely, after a user-settable time period, or a screen-saver random light sequence can be selected. Speed and intensity of the Starlight mode can be tweaked to taste.


    All custom user settings are hard written into memory when the unit is put into STANDBY mode and thus retained if power is later interrupted.


    There is even a SLEEP timer which is programmable from the remote control to allow you to drift off carefree dreaming of your musical Stingray for 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes while it gracefully lowers the volume and puts itself into STANDBY mode.


    Individual sealed gold contact relays deliver the selected input into the volume control system before hitting the first 12AT7 input tubes. Following the mighty 6414 driver/phase splitter, the trusty EL84 output stage can be switched between either 20 watts of TRIODE power or 40 watts of Ultra Linear mode push-pull operation. Individual bias for each tube is easily adjusted using the trimpots and test points, conveniently located on the top surface of the amplifier. The Stingray's power supply is extra-rugged and stiff, a MANLEY hallmark. It swims with the sharks: fast, agile, fluid, and with consummate authority.


    Post-volume SUBWOOFER OUTPUT allows easy hookup of outboard line-level driven active powered subwoofers. This output is after the volume control so that the subwoofer will track the volume level changes of the main speakers. The SUB OUTPUT is a line level and full frequency output that is AFTER the volume control so your powered subwoofer follows the same volume as your main speakers. These are unbalanced RCA jacks, line level. They feed the line inputs of your subwoofer, NOT the speaker jacks.


    A switchable TAPE LOOP is standard. The TAPE SEND is the output of the selected input before the volume control. The TAPE RETURN can also be used as a 5th line input if needed.


    RECORD OUT (aka Tape OUT) is BEFORE the volume control so you can record whatever input you have selected without your listening level affecting the level going to your recorder. These are unbalanced RCA's. It is UNbalanced RCA's and UNbuffered so check out the input Z to your recorder to make sure it won't load down the Stingray main input while it is plugged in. Usually with unbuffered record outs we recommend you only plug in your recorder only when you are actually recording...


    Tape LOOP: Also known as an INSERT point, the SEND or Tape Out comes off the selector switch as the Record Out option does going to your outboard EQ or Merlin BAM unit or tape recorder and then the signal returns (RETURN) to the Stingray in front of of the volume control so you can play tunes. A toggle switch selects whether the Tape LOOP (and whatever is plugged into the Tape Loop) is active or the signal goes straight through the Stingray as normal. If you have the Merlin BAM system, order your Stingray with the Tape LOOP option.


    Need more than four inputs? Get a SKIPJACK line switcher and run it into this LOOP RETURN: The SKIPJACK is perfect for adding more inputs to anything. So if you use a SKIPJACK's 4 stereo inputs plus the Stingray II's 4 stereo inputs (3 RCAs + iPod output) you'll get 8 stereo inputs total. The way to do that is to consider the TAPE LOOP: you can bring the SKIPJACK output into the LOOP RETURN, enact the LOOP ACTIVE switch and use the 4 x SKIPJACK inputs feeding the LOOP RETURN with the SKIPJACK controlling source switching for those 4 inputs. Then if you put the Stingray's LOOP switch to BYPASS you will be working with the 4 x Stingray inputs selectable on the Stingray. That gives you 8 total stereo inputs (7 stereo LINE inputs plus the 1/8 input jack).


    Or if you do not want to use the TAPE LOOP feature (because you are using it for other purposes) you can use a SKIPJACK to get up to 7 stereo line inputs (6 stereo LINE inputs plus the 1/8 Line Input jack) by running the SKIPJACK's output into one of the Stingray's inputs.


    NOTE: The SUBWOOFER OUT, RECORD OUT, and TAPE LOOP are all passive. The RECORD OUT comes straight off the input select switch. So whatever source is selected will show up passed through at the TAPE OUT. With the Stingray, the MANLEY team has struck a remarkably harmonious balance in design which satisfies the sonic desires of the audiophile and the rocker, the artist and the musician, the student and the master, the yin and the yang.


    Manley Labs
    $5,900.00
    Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier Buy Now
  • Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier (Open Box) Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier (Open Box) Quick View

    $4,299.00
    Buy Now
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    Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier (Open Box)

    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Open Box


    Handcrafted in the USA


    The famous Manley Stingray stereo integrated amplifier has been renewed and refreshed. Allow us to present to you the Stingray II integrated tube amplifier with full featured RF and IR remote control. We also make another model with a built-in iPod dock called the Stingray iTube that you can learn about here.


    The STINGRAY II is the next evolution from our acclaimed Stingray Integrated Amplifier, legendary in the hifi world since it first swam from our labs in 1997. Originally conceived with particular attention paid to optimal component placement for the purity and symmetry of the signal path layout, the Stingray quickly became one of our best-selling products. The Stingray II retains the same basic tube circuitry and marvelous output transformers as the original with some important improvements:


    The high voltage tube energy storage has been increased vastly resulting in even more solid and coherent bass control and impact.


    A headphone jack has been added to the right side facia. This jack re-routes the output from the speaker binding posts and mutes the Subwoofer output feed. This makes the Stingray II a fabulous headphone amplifier!


    The 4th input source is an 1/8 (3.5mm) TRS mini jack for convenient hookup with portable devices and computers on the left front facia.


    The Remote Control works with both Radio Frequency and InfraRed technologies. Using the remote in RF mode gives freedom from having to point and shoot. The RF remote is omnidirectional and works through walls and cabinets. IR capability is included for those with Universal Learning Remote Controls for consolidated integration into existing systems. The volume control, balance adjust, input switching, and display options are all on the RF/IR Remote Control. Additionally user can perform the MUTE, DIM, INSERT and STANDBY commands with the Remote Control.


    Each INPUT can be individually level trimmed to match and to optimize system gain staging of various input devices.


    The fancy blue LED displays surrounding the INPUT and VOLUME encoder knobs can be dimmed down or turned off entirely, after a user-settable time period, or a screen-saver random light sequence can be selected. Speed and intensity of the Starlight mode can be tweaked to taste.


    All custom user settings are hard written into memory when the unit is put into STANDBY mode and thus retained if power is later interrupted.


    There is even a SLEEP timer which is programmable from the remote control to allow you to drift off carefree dreaming of your musical Stingray for 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes while it gracefully lowers the volume and puts itself into STANDBY mode.


    Individual sealed gold contact relays deliver the selected input into the volume control system before hitting the first 12AT7 input tubes. Following the mighty 6414 driver/phase splitter, the trusty EL84 output stage can be switched between either 20 watts of TRIODE power or 40 watts of Ultra Linear mode push-pull operation. Individual bias for each tube is easily adjusted using the trimpots and test points, conveniently located on the top surface of the amplifier. The Stingray's power supply is extra-rugged and stiff, a MANLEY hallmark. It swims with the sharks: fast, agile, fluid, and with consummate authority.


    Post-volume SUBWOOFER OUTPUT allows easy hookup of outboard line-level driven active powered subwoofers. This output is after the volume control so that the subwoofer will track the volume level changes of the main speakers. The SUB OUTPUT is a line level and full frequency output that is AFTER the volume control so your powered subwoofer follows the same volume as your main speakers. These are unbalanced RCA jacks, line level. They feed the line inputs of your subwoofer, NOT the speaker jacks.


    A switchable TAPE LOOP is standard. The TAPE SEND is the output of the selected input before the volume control. The TAPE RETURN can also be used as a 5th line input if needed.


    RECORD OUT (aka Tape OUT) is BEFORE the volume control so you can record whatever input you have selected without your listening level affecting the level going to your recorder. These are unbalanced RCA's. It is UNbalanced RCA's and UNbuffered so check out the input Z to your recorder to make sure it won't load down the Stingray main input while it is plugged in. Usually with unbuffered record outs we recommend you only plug in your recorder only when you are actually recording...


    Tape LOOP: Also known as an INSERT point, the SEND or Tape Out comes off the selector switch as the Record Out option does going to your outboard EQ or Merlin BAM unit or tape recorder and then the signal returns (RETURN) to the Stingray in front of of the volume control so you can play tunes. A toggle switch selects whether the Tape LOOP (and whatever is plugged into the Tape Loop) is active or the signal goes straight through the Stingray as normal. If you have the Merlin BAM system, order your Stingray with the Tape LOOP option.


    Need more than four inputs? Get a SKIPJACK line switcher and run it into this LOOP RETURN: The SKIPJACK is perfect for adding more inputs to anything. So if you use a SKIPJACK's 4 stereo inputs plus the Stingray II's 4 stereo inputs (3 RCAs + iPod output) you'll get 8 stereo inputs total. The way to do that is to consider the TAPE LOOP: you can bring the SKIPJACK output into the LOOP RETURN, enact the LOOP ACTIVE switch and use the 4 x SKIPJACK inputs feeding the LOOP RETURN with the SKIPJACK controlling source switching for those 4 inputs. Then if you put the Stingray's LOOP switch to BYPASS you will be working with the 4 x Stingray inputs selectable on the Stingray. That gives you 8 total stereo inputs (7 stereo LINE inputs plus the 1/8 input jack).


    Or if you do not want to use the TAPE LOOP feature (because you are using it for other purposes) you can use a SKIPJACK to get up to 7 stereo line inputs (6 stereo LINE inputs plus the 1/8 Line Input jack) by running the SKIPJACK's output into one of the Stingray's inputs.


    NOTE: The SUBWOOFER OUT, RECORD OUT, and TAPE LOOP are all passive. The RECORD OUT comes straight off the input select switch. So whatever source is selected will show up passed through at the TAPE OUT. With the Stingray, the MANLEY team has struck a remarkably harmonious balance in design which satisfies the sonic desires of the audiophile and the rocker, the artist and the musician, the student and the master, the yin and the yang.

    Demo Discounts
    $4,299.00
    Manley Stingray II Stereo Integrated Amplifier (Open Box) Buy Now
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