Auna 182TT Turntable Built In Speakers Retro Stereo Record Player (MP3 Recording, USB AUX Connectivity & PC Mac Compatibly) – Black

Multi-formatted turntable for recording MP3 files from vinyl records or audio signals from the computer via the AUX input.

Integrated speakers for use as a standalone stereo system.

Suitable for use with Windows PC and Mac computers. Comes with software CD and Audio Technica needle.

The Auna 182TT is a USB turntable that moves easily between the analogue and digital worlds.

The Auna 182TT features a rear USB input which is used to connect to a computer. Suitable for both Windows PC and Mac computers,
the turntable also comes supplied with “Audacity” software.

The AUX input of the Auna 182TT allows devices such as cassette decks or CD players to be connected. The record player comes with
a pre-installed Audio Technica needle, and a smooth-running belt drive for a guaranteed high-quality recording. A special feature of the
Auna 182TT is the adjustable pitch to fine-tune the speed.

A fundamental advantage of the turntable when compared to other devices, is the integrated speaker system. This makes the Auna 182TT
able to work effectively as a mini stereo system. However, the line output allows the device to be easily connected to an existing hi-fi system.


• Connections: 1 x USB input, 1 x stereo RCA line output, 1 x 3.5mm jack AUX input, 1 x 3.5mm mini-jack headphone output
• Smooth-running belt drive / slight flutter
• 2 speeds: 33 and 45 RPM
• Adjustable volume
• Adjustable tone
• Dust cover
• Auto Stop on / off
• Power supply: 230V, 50Hz


• 12 x 5.7 x 11.4 inches (W x H x D) (30.5 x 14.5 x 29cm)
• Weight: approx. 4.4 pounds (2kg)

  • USB turntable for digitising vinyl records or audio signals via the AUX input
  • Includes a needle from Audio Technica
  • Integrated speaker for use as a standalone stereo system
  • Comes supplied with Audacity software for recording and processing tracks
  • Adjustable pitch to fine-tune the speed | Suitable for use with Windows PC and Mac computers

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