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Crosley turntables are renown for their quality and style. Blending the old with the new, our range of Crosley record players offers the latest technology you need in the look you love. Gets yours here and enjoy free shipping on orders over $150.

$249

or 4 payments of $62.25 with Afterpay

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$179

or 4 payments of $44.75 with Afterpay

PRE ORDER
$179

or 4 payments of $44.75 with Afterpay

PRE ORDER
$179

or 4 payments of $44.75 with Afterpay

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$279

or 4 payments of $69.75 with Afterpay

NEW
$249

or 4 payments of $62.25 with Afterpay

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$349

or 4 payments of $87.25 with Afterpay

NEW
$279

or 4 payments of $69.75 with Afterpay

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$249 $199

or 4 payments of $49.75 with Afterpay

$249

or 4 payments of $62.25 with Afterpay

$249

or 4 payments of $62.25 with Afterpay

$249

or 4 payments of $62.25 with Afterpay

SAVE
$349 $259

or 4 payments of $64.75 with Afterpay

SAVE
$249 $199

or 4 payments of $49.75 with Afterpay

SAVE
$249 $199

or 4 payments of $49.75 with Afterpay


Buyer’s Guide for Crosley Record Players

For most millennials, playing and listening to records is a pretty new and exciting phenomenon. Born into a world increasingly adopting the wonders of digital technologies such as CD’s, music downloads and online streaming, it’s fair to say there’s a slim chance you grew up in a house with a turntable. If you are part of this generation, there’s also a good chance you’ve discovered the magic of vinyl through the speakers of a Crosley turntable, one of the biggest sales drivers in sparking the vinyl revival in recent years.

Although Crosley is one of the most uttered names in the contemporary record player market today, the company was started way back in the 1920’s by Powel Crosley, an inventor and entrepreneur who dabbled in everything from designing radios and cars to baseball management and weapons manufacturing. Although the radio division of the company folded in the mid-50’s, Crosley was reformed later in the ‘80s and created their first turntable in 1992, boasting a colourful design reminiscent of Crosley’s own automobile creations from the 1930’s.

If you’re familiar with Crosley’s designs, you’ll know that the brand loves to create turntables to invoke the nostalgic side of playing records. By fusing the aesthetics of pre-war American cars and space age audio-visual equipment, many of Crosley’s record players act as a throwback to a time where listening to records was a social activity shared by families and friends, with vibrant colours and retro knobs and dials a prominent design feature of the company. Most models also include built-in speakers, which means you’re all good to spin your favourite records straight out of the box – just plug it in and you’re good to go.

Crosley certainly embraces an old school image for many of their products including their vinyl storage. Their designs are also geared towards a younger generation wishing to listen to music through a variety of mediums. A variety of Crosley turntables feature Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to hook up your smartphone or laptop to create an all-in-one musical monolith – many record players even feature an AM/FM radio antenna and an AUX input to make them even more versatile for the modern music lover.

Of course, like purchasing any big-name audio product, there’s a few things you need to look out for when buying a Crosley turntable. If you’re an audiophile – a sonic purist, if you will – then Crosley’s inbuilt speakers just might not cut it for you, so it’s a good idea to check if your desired model can host external speakers. Similarly, some older Crosley record players don’t feature interchangeable parts, so upgrading or customising your turntable can be a troublesome process. However, Crosley have recently started shipping their turntables out with high-quality replaceable Audio-Technica cartridges, which also offer superior sound quality.

At the end of the day, it’s hard to top Crosley turntables for their value for money and immediate vintage charm they bring to your bedroom or living space. As far as entry-level record players go, it looks like Crosley will reign supreme for many years to come.