Listen to vinyl records like never before with $40 off this advanced turntable
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For many music lovers, nothing beats the classic look and sound of a turntable. Its vintage style and unique listening experience has been left behind by most people for decades, but advanced technology provides plenty of reasons to take a closer look today.
The mbeat MB-PT-28 Bluetooth Hi-Fi Turntable with Speakers is taking audio quality to a whole new level while maintaining the timeless characteristics we’ve come to love. Experience true Hi-Fi vinyl tunes on a turntable player with MMC, anti-skating, counterweight features, and 18-watt speakers.
Enjoy splendid sounds for years to come without breaking the bank thanks to a current discount on this device. You can pick up this luxury audio product for only $299.99, which is the result of a price drop from $339.
Plus, for a limited time, you’ll earn a $10 store credit within 14 days of your purchase if you spend at least $50 in-store, as long as your total exceeds $50 after any returns. This purchase qualifies you immediately, presenting a chance to save again on your next item.
Whether this turntable is the perfect fit for your home or business, or fits the bill as a thoughtful gift for a friend or family member, don’t miss this chance to pick up a product that carries a Costco rating of 4.3 stars (out of 5), especially when you can avoid the chain store cost.
Pre-fitted and aligned out of the box, enjoy clean, articulate sounds powered by a built-in preamplifier. Listen to your records through a variety of Bluetooth-compatible wireless devices, or digitize your collection via PC. Additionally, its sharp timber look is sure to complement any room.
Bring some old-school vibes back to your music experience by purchasing the mbeat MB-PT-28 Bluetooth Hi-Fi Turntable with Speakers for only $299.99 (reg. $339), and gain a $10 store credit within 14 days of your purchase.
Prices subject to change.
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