Nostalgic turntable with belt drive and a USB port for playing and digitising records.
Two built-in speakers, headphone output and stereo RCA output for connecting external speakers.
Ultra-portable suitcase design with carrying strap and carrying handle.
It’s time to get our your old record collection and revel in the nostalgia of yesteryear.
What may seem at first glance to be a beautiful retro suitcase from the 1950s is actually the new Peggy Sue portable turntable from auna. The device not only plays up to three different playback speeds, it also gives you the possibility of converting the music from your personal favourite records into a portable digital format.
To this end, the device features a rear USB port, with which the LP signal can be easily sent on to a computer. This can also simultaneously power the Peggy Sue turntable. An appropriate USB cable and USB power adapter for connection to AC power is supplied. With sophisticated Plug & Play capabilities, you can get started right after plugging in.
The Peggy Sue USB turntable from auna requires no additional speakers, as the compact case houses two built-in stereo speakers. Nevertheless, the turntable offers the possibility of connecting external speakers or stereo systems via the rear stereo RCA line output. The headphone output allows for discreet and direct music enjoyment at any time. The volume can be infinitely adjusted directly on the device via a rotary control.
In addition to the technical capabilities, the turntable impresses with its charming retro look in a portable suitcase design, including an adjustable carrying strap and handle. The compact chassis features dark orange finish and is equipped with strong metal hinges and a front-side clip closure, which holds together the casing construction.