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What needle does Crosley use?

Get in the groove with the Crosley NP-7 replacement needle. This diamond-tipped stylus will play all three speeds of records, including: 33 1/3, 45, and 78 RPMs.

Do Crosley record players have a needle?

Description. Crosley offers state-of-the art diamond stylus replacement needles, made of high-grade ABS plastic composites. Even better than the original, each needle provides thousands of rotations for extended playing time.

Why is my Crosley record player skipping?

Crosleys, IONs and the rest of the toy turntables on sale have a platter that is way too small for the record. This allows the outer edge of the record to bend and flex as it spins, throwing the stylus and tonearm off the record, causing skipping and damage to the record.

Are Crosley needles bad?

Crosley players have a cheap and rough needle which means it will wear out/damage your records a little faster than other higher quality players. However it’s not like a Crosley will destroy your records as soon as you put them on. There are many different styles of Crosley players on the market.

Why are Crosley turntables bad?

The reason are the cheap styli found on Crosley players and on similarly priced entry level turntables like Jensen. The tips are not carefully manufactured and have rougher edges, which wear down your records at a much faster pace than well-made, high-end styli.

Why do crosleys sound bad?

Do suitcase turntables ruin your vinyl?

Suitcase record players could potentially damage vinyl records, but this depends on the quality of the particular model. In the same breath, conventional turntables can also damage records, it simply depends on their quality.

Can I change Crosley needle?

Crosley turntables feature diamond-tipped needles and last for approximately 1,000 hours of playtime before replacement is needed.

Is the Crosley Bermuda a Dansette turntable?

The Crosley Bermuda is a retro-tastic recreation of the all-in-one vinyl-spinning Dansette systems of yesteryear. As well as a turntable, it has its own stereo speakers and amplification, and can stand proud on four legs to make it a pretty striking centrepiece for your home.

What kind of Stylus does the Crosley Bermuda have?

I was at least pleased to see that the Bermuda’s tonearm is fitted with an Audio-Technica moving-magnet cartridge with a hard-wearing diamond stylus, rather than the cheaper sapphire-tipped ceramic cartridge used in other Crosley models. A replacement stylus costs just £10.

Can a Crosley Bermuda be placed on a sideboard?

Out of the box, the four leg holes underneath are plugged with plastic bungs, so the Crosley Bermuda can be sat on a table or sideboard, but there are four rather nice, ebonised-wood legs supplied that screw into the holes and make the Bermuda freestanding. It suddenly becomes a home centrepiece.

How much does it cost to replace stylus on Crosley Cruiser 2?

A replacement stylus costs just £10. Having experienced first-hand how high Crosley sets the tracking weight on its turntables – the Crosley Cruiser II that I tested was at a record-grinding 5.94g! – I thought I’d better pop my scales under the Bermuda’s needle.