Crosley Revolution turntable goes through the FCC's hurdles

Crosley’s latest Revolution turntable, also known by its model number CR6002A, has just gone through the FCC’s hoops with flying colors, offering vinyl-lovers a portable option in due time. It requires more batteries to run than the first generation Game Boy, putting it on par with the Sega Game Gear with half a dozen AA batteries keeping the Revolution juiced. Apart from playing back your favorite vinyls, it also comes with an FM transmitter so that you can enjoy your records in the car, although there is always the option to have it juiced via an AC adapter. USB output, on the other hand, lets you convert vinyl music to digital files. Capable of handling both 7” and 12” records at 33 1/3 and 45 RPM speeds, you get stereo speakers for your ears’ enjoyment. Expect to pick up the Crosley Revolution for $150 when it becomes available. We’re not too sure who would want to play their records in the car since vinyls can be pretty sensitive, so does that mean you will carry your music collection with you whenever you park your car under the sun and do your grocery shopping?

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