Crosley Rocket Vinyl Jukebox

Aug 23, 2017

Category: Gear

Over the last few years, vinyl has seen a huge resurgence of popularity – and we’re all for it. That is, except for one part: flipping records and scouring our collection for music to listen to is painfully tedious and time-consuming. Thankfully, the folks at Crosley have come along and eased our woes with the introduction of their Rocket vinyl jukebox.

The first thing you might notice is this player’s retro style – yes, it looks just like something the Fonz might lean against, which is great for anyone who appreciates old-school styling. But, don’t be fooled – the tech under the hood is plenty modern, including two tweeters, two mids, and a single 12″ bass speaker to really bring out the sound of the seventy 7″ records it can fit in its rotation. It also comes with a remote control for record selection, volume, skipping, and offers shuffle-play. It even has an auxiliary input if you want to pump something non-vinyl out of the speakers. But all this good stuff doesn’t come without a high price attached, as the Rocket retails for $12,995.

Purchase: $12,995

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