WITH USB CONNECTION AND BUILT-IN PREAMPLIFIER
The sleek and stylish two-speed semi-automatic belt drive RT100 turntable is the perfect companion for your much-loved vinyl records.
With built-in stereo preamplifier you can use the turntable with just about any audio product with a spare auxiliary input - including sound systems, radios, and multi-room speakers.
The RT100 also features USB connectivity, a removable headshell and replaceable cartridge, adjustable tracking force, and anti-skating control.
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Connects to just about anything
The built-in preamplifier enables you to connect the RT100 to any of your audio products that have an auxiliary input. So you could play your favourite vinyl through anything ranging from a Roberts Revival or sound system, to a Smart Radio.The Roberts turntable can also be connected to all Roberts R-Line multi-room products such as the S1 Wireless Stereo Speaker or the RS1 multi-room adaptor. These will allow you to fill your home with vinyl sound.
Record from your vinyl using your computer
The RT100 turntable has a USB connection which allows you to make digital recordings of your records, so that you can play them on other devices such as a smartphone or MP3 player.Simply connect the turntable to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Using audio recording software such as Audacity, you can record from your vinyl in a number of different audio formats.
Play your records with ease
With two speeds 33 and 45 r.p.m., you can play your entire vinyl collection.To play a record, simply move the tone-arm towards the record, and the platter automatically starts to rotate. Use the cueing lever to gently lower the stylus.
The RT100 is finished in a real wood veneer and features a hinged removable dust cover.The clean and uncluttered design allows the RT100 to blend effortlessly into your home.
- USB port for PC connection for making digital recordings
- Phono Socket (right and left)
- Audio cables - Phono and 3.5mm stereo plugs
- USB cable
- Connect to a hi-fi system, radio, sound system, multi-room speaker or any device with an auxiliary input socket
- Integrated switchable Stereo Pre-amplifier
- Audio Technica moving magnet cartridge
- Belt drive
- Adjustable Counterweight
- Anti-skating Control
- Cueing Lever
- Removable Head-shell
- 33 / 45 r.pm. Speed switch
- Die-cast Platter and Rubber mat
- Auto Stop On/Off Switch
- Removable Dust Cover
- DC input socket
- Supplied Accessories
- Mains Adaptor (UK and EU pins); USB cable; Audio cable - twin phono plugs; Audio cable - 3.5mm stereo jack plug
- Dimensions (mm)
- Cover closed (mm) 452w x 140h x 366d; Cover open (mm) 448w x 425h x 420d
Incredible sound reproduction. Up to this time I thought sound quality depended almost exclusively on amp and speakers. Not so. the RT100 has made a huge difference to my already hi-end Panasonic amp and JBL speakers. Great build quality too. Disagree totally with person criticising wood finish. I have 40 year old Tandberg with same and that is still perfect. Only niggle is Roberts should bundle their own software with it so as to spare PC buffs the assault course of ripping their priceless LP collections via the likes of Audacity and Lame.
A wedding anniversary gift from my wife. Wonderful sound as expected from Roberts Radio. A very elegant and stylish turntable.
Looks stylish, is easy to assemble and sounds great.
From a name like Roberts you expect the best. The sound and feel are great, a slight timbre background from the stock cartridge on older vinyl but spot on on on new. My biggest disappointment is the wood veneer finish, for me it dosent look robust enough and I reckon if you are unlucky it will lift on the corners in a few years especially in homes with good heating! This will no way distract from the sound but if you keep your equipment for many years something to consider, best to judge for yourself and don't buy if you feel this would be an issue.