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Aldi is selling a record player with incredible modern features and an even better price tag ahead of Father's Day this year.
Aldi is selling the Maginon USB Turntable for under £50, with built-in speakers, and lets you convert your record to MP3 files.
The bargain supermarket chain is known for having incredible deals on gadgets, from an insanely cute ice cream maker, (opens in new tab) and AirPod dupes (opens in new tab) to a genius pizza oven (opens in new tab). They even have deals on inflatable hot tubs (opens in new tab)! Now Aldi is offering a USB turntable for just £49.99, the perfect gift for any music lover.
The Maginon USB Turntable has built-in speakers and a gorgeous retro design. It’s black with a see-through lid to protect your turntable and record from dust when playing or on standby.
Perfect for record collectors, or any music lover at that. It’s got built-in speakers and USB capability that lets you convert your favourite vinyls into mp3 files.
Thanks to the USB you can not only play your favourite music and vintage records, but you can also convert them into MP3 files with a USB stick - no computer needed and completely hassle-free. Ideal for when you want to listen at home or take your favourite songs on the go with you.
Maginon USB Turntable With Speakers
It also has three rotational speeds, so will work with a variety of different sized vinyls and has an autostop function. It will stop rotating as soon as the last song ends and has a three-year warranty, so you can listen care-free.
It’s available online only and makes the perfect gift for any music lover, and would also make a great gift for dads with Father’s Day (opens in new tab) fast approaching. Best of all it’s delivered straight to your door and for £49.99 and free delivery, so it won’t break the bank.
It is great for an at-home boogie, and would also be ideal for long, warm summer evenings to sit back and relax with a classic gin and tonic (opens in new tab) - and share your music with your nearest and dearest.
Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard Diploma in Journalism from the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, fashion, and entertainment for Goodto.com and My Imperfect Life.
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