America got its first taste of rock n’ roll in the 1950s and skyrocketing record sales followed. The introduction of the portable turntable was before the end of the decade. The portable turntable allowed for rock n’ rolling practically anywhere. The Crosley Spinnerette was designed with the classic '50s look in mind but engineered with the most recent technology. Upon first look you may not realized this '50s style turntable is equipped with a USB connection compatible with PC or Mac and a portable audio outlet for your mp3 player. Weather you choose to play 33 1/3, 45 or 78 RPM records this turntable is sure to keep you rockin’ where ever you may be.
In 1920, dismayed by the expense of a radio receiver, Powell Crosley decided to make his own. After building one for a fraction of the price, he was quick to spot the market potential. Crosley Radio's line of superbly detailed replicas and accessories continues to thrive today. We love their cool medley of technological aptitude and vintage attitude.