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CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)

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CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)
CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)
CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)
CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)
CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)
CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)
CLAW Stag Portable - Turntable with Built-in Stereo Speakers (Dark Blue) (Use Code Origin5 to Get 5% Discount)

Description

  • The stag portable stands out with its unique suitcase design so you can pack it and take it wherever you go
  • Supports 33.3/45/78 RPM speeds so that you can playback all your records, it features a belt drive with a manual tone arm and an auto stop function for convenience
  • The built-in 2x3W stereo speakers lets you listen to your records instantly or you can connect to external speakers via RCA output or even use the 3.5mm headphone jack for private listening
  • We’ve even included an AUX in port to connect other audio sources so you can use the stereo speakers the volume control knob allows you to adjust speaker output as per your desired levels

What's In the Box?

  • Stag Portable Turntable
  • Power Supply Adapter
  • 45 RPM Record Adaptor
  • User Manual
  • Warranty Information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What To Do When Your Stereo Record Player Plays One Channel: Turntable Fixes and Troubleshooting?

If you only hear the left or right channel of your records, it may be an issue of a loose connection or unbalanced cartridge.

In a record groove, the left and right channels are located on the left and right sides of the grooves. If the stylus isn't tracking correctly, it may miss one side entirely.

To correct this, follow below steps:
Try playing another device through your speakers such as a CD or smartphone to see if the issue follows the turntable or the speakers.
Try another record, if this only happen on certain records then clean the stylus and records using stylus and records brushes.
Dust and debris can cause the stylus to read only one side of the groove resulting in only hearing one channel audio.

NOTE: Records should be brushed before each use, even new records can have dirt and debris from the inner sleeve or manufacturing process.

check if the tonearm is balanced and is using the correct tracking force for the cartridge.

What can I do if my records are skipping?

There are several reasons that a record could skip. These steps will help find the cause for any skipping you might be experiencing.
Confirm the stylus cover is removed.
The turntable should be on a flat surface, an unlevel surface can cause the stylus to swing or track out of the grooves.
Check the stylus for dust or debris that can build up over time. A stylus brush should be used to clean the stylus regularly.
Check the records for dust or debris that may be causing the stylus to jump from the groove. An anti-static record cleaning brush should be used to clean the surface of your records.
Try different records, as it can be difficult to see scratches in records that could cause skipping. Even new records may have debris left from manufacturing in the grooves.
Confirm that the tonearm is not touching the tonearm lift bridge. This can cause skipping, especially at the lead groove of the record as the tonearm does not completely lower the stylus into the grooves.
If your turntable is still skipping after this, please reach out to our Customer Experience team directly. We would love the opportunity to get you back to enjoying your records again!

How do you fix a turntable that doesn't turn?

Make sure that the turntable is connected to the wall outlet.
Move the lever on the motor drive gear inward to allow the platter to spin.
Place the drive belt over the notched guide on the motor pulley. ...
Re-sync the tone arm with the platter.

How to turn on the Claw turntable?

Turn on the Rotary Power Switch; note that this also controls volume

How Auto – switch works?

When a record is about to come to an end, the turntable will stop automatically if the auto stop switch is in the ON position. If the switch is in the off position, then it Will keep revolving until the tonearm is returned to the tonearm rest.

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