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Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player Review

Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player Review featured imageThe Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player

Duke Ellington, Glen Miller, Jimmy Dorsey, and Benny Goodman never sounded so good as when you break out your old vinyl 33’s, 45, and even 78’s. Especially when you hear them on the Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player.

We loved this record player so much that it became our Editor’s choice for the top classic record player with radio included. I think after reading this Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player review, you will think we made a good choice.

For over 100 years, Electrohome has been a leading manufacturer of consumer electronic products. By blending the design and craftsmanship of the company’s first product, the phonograph, with modern music technology, Electrohome has created music systems that sound and function as beautifully as they look. They pride themselves in their lifetime customer support and service. And of course, the quality of their products. Just take a look at all the features and benefits available in their Signature vinyl record player.

This is the second product from Electrohome to be featured on this list. It’s also the final vintage record player we’ll be looking at today, and it’s a great way to wrap things up.

As the name suggests, the Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player is Electrohome’s flagship record player, and it isn’t hard at all to see why Electrohome wants people to think of this product when they think of the brand.

The Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player boasts everything you could want in a modern-day record player and more. Within its handcrafted real wood cabinet, you will find a CD player, an AM/FM radio, and an AUX input for listening to your Spotify library.

The artists over at Electrohome put in hours of hard work when crafting this model and came out on the other end with perhaps the most exceptional vintage record player on the market today.

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Features

  • Four built-in speakers for high fidelity audio.
  • Handcrafted wood cabinet with walnut finish.
  • CD player and 3.5mm AUX input.
  • Conical-shaped sapphire-tipped ceramic needle.
  • A weight of 28 pounds.
  • Vinyl-to-MP3 recording capabilities.
  • Classic easy-to-use controls.
  • Three speeds. (33 ⅓, 45, 78 RPM)
  • Automatic belt-driven turntable.
  • Generous one year warranty.

Pros

  • With its handcrafted wood cabinet and walnut finish, the Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player makes for a truly magnificent piece of décor.
  • Although malfunctions with this record player are rare, it is backed by a one year warranty should its performance decline prematurely.
  • With two speakers per channel, this record player promises clear audio, whether you’re playing some vinyl or relaxing with the radio.

Cons

  • The sapphire-tipped needle with which this record player comes fitted can be a bit of a challenge to replace.
  • Selling for close to $200, this is the most expensive record player on our list.

Bottom Line

I understand that the price of the Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player may turn some people off the product, mainly when a perfectly acceptable alternative can be purchased for $100 less.

That being said, I can’t think of a single record player that I have experimented with in the past five years that has been half as impressive as this one.

The immense speakers with which this record player comes fitted are rarely found in models of its size. This fact, combined with its handcrafted wood cabinet, puts this record player head and shoulders above the rest in my book.

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