Ricatech RR2000 classic LED jukebox
The Ricatech RR2000 classic LED jukebox lets you play music from a variety of mediums and adds a touch of style to your surroundings too. Enjoy your music by dusting off those old 33s, 45s and 78s and play them on the record player, or playing your CDs on the CD player. You can also connect your smartphone via the aux-in to play your digital music collection, or just turn on the AM-FM radio.
USB port and SD card slot
If you don't fancy using any of the options listed above to play your music, you can use the USB port or SD card slot. You can even save your vinyl music digitally using a USB stick and the recording function. Transferring files from a USB stick to an SD card is no problem either.
Wherever you choose to place your RR2000 - in your living room, in a pub, or even at the office - its five-colour lights and effects are sure to create a festive atmosphere. Enjoy your favourite music in style with your friends, family, customers or colleagues.
Weight and dimensions including packaging
- Weight (incl. packaging) 37.0 kg
- Dimensions (incl. packaging) 121.0 x 77.0 x 54.0 cm
- record player: plays 33, 45 and 78RPM records
- CD player
- digital AM/FM PLL radio
- line in (mini jack)
- line out (mini jack)
- five-colour LED light
- gorgeous wooden finish
- stereo speakers: 2x 1.5 W
- power supply: DC 9V 500mA cable (included)
- dimensions: 65.5 x 41.3 x 111.7 cm
- weight: 40.2 kg
I hunted all over the net for the cheapest price (including Amazon & Ebay) and Bax were over a hundred quid cheaper. So I order it along with the stand. Came a couple of days before the estimate so I was happy with that. The delivery guy even dragged it into the house for me (I'm 4'10 and 7 stone and initially thought the first large box was it - it was the stand - and then he came back with this HUGE box).
I unpacked it and saw the full glory of it for the first time. Like most people I don't read manuals so it took me a while to realise the LED switch was on the back as I forgot it changes colour. But eventually figured it out and off it went.
I dragged some of my old vinyls out and that was a novelty. As I rarely listen to a whole album moving the needle to accurately hit the start of the track you want was a pain - hah nostalgia tends to make you forget things like that ;). Played a CD and that was great too. Tuned in the radio, lovely and clear. To be honest I'll probably end up using it mainly to play MP3s on the SD card and USB for the sheer convenience and huge number of songs you can play without having to turn records over, or change out CDs.
I ripped the audio from a pile of Youtube boogie boogie and rockabilly clips using that online converter thing, and loaded them onto a USB stick to try and it was fabulous. Hah everytime I walk past it I start stroking it and calling it "The Precious".
If you are reading this and dithering about whether to get one, then go for it you won't regret it. It truly is a thing of beauty and I'm showing it off to everyone I can.
Probably the most awesome thing I've bought in the last few years. :)