Soundburger Emulator: Crosley Revolution

Crosley, a company which knocks out some fairly ugly, cheesy retro type nastiness have apparently created a revolution. The only thing is that their revolution is a copy of a reasonably well known 80s Japanese portable turntable: Audio Technica’s Soundburger. Look forward to some direct comparisons of build and sound quality once the product’s out.

Their homepage has an animation which was saying that it’s coming on early January 2010, but they’ve now removed the date and the product’s still not on their product page.


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3 Responses to “Soundburger Emulator: Crosley Revolution”

  1. May 14th, 2010 at 1:14 am

    Sony PS-F5 Portable Linear Tracking Turntable - Crosley Revolution- Still Coming Soon Says:

    […] Revolution- Still Coming Soon Crosley announced that their Revolution was imminent back in January. They had a nifty animation on their homepage, but that was about it. Now […]

  2. August 3rd, 2011 at 12:37 am

    Ignacio Mora Says:

    Why with an arm instead a linear track what in fact makes more efficient on transport and quality sound ?

  3. August 3rd, 2011 at 12:40 am

    marcus Says:

    Hi Ignacio –

    I think it comes down to cost. The Sony portable turntables are far superior to the Crosley in most ways.

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