Based on the original portable Crosley radios that earned a generation of fans in the 1950s, the Traveler turntable pairs the nostalgia of vinyl’s golden days with modern conveniences such as a diamond stylus needle and dynamic full-range stereo speakers. Whether you choose Ella Fitzgerald or Elvis, this handsome machine will let you celebrate your vintage records in true Mid-Century style.
3-speed turntable (33 1/3, 45, and 78 rpm). Stereo speakers. Belt-driven turntable mechanism. Plays 7”, 10”, and 12” records. Adjustable tone control. Dynamic full-range stereo speakers. Vinyl-wrapped. Chrome snap closure. Corner guards. Metal and resin handle.
Inventor Powel Crosley pioneered mass-market broadcasting in the 1920s with his affordable radios. Flash-forward 90 years, and his company is still making classic-looking radios, turntables, and jukeboxes—but now they’re equipped with high-tech touches for the modern user.