JAM Audio has announced its first entry into the U.S. turntable market with the release of the Spun Out wireless turntable with built-in Bluetooth capability for streaming records to wireless speakers. The new product will retail for $99.99 direct from JAM Audio and other resellers.

The company says that Spun Out serves as an introductory turntable for new-entry vinyl listeners or a budget-friendly option for existing collectors. The spinner includes a 30ft connectivity range and ability to pair with JAM Audio’s dual-pairing speakers, so music can be streamed wirelessly from across a room or from speaker to speaker. Three speed settings are available at 33-⅓, 45 and 78 RPM.

As well as a built-in preamp, there is an RCA output and AUX In for external device connection enabling switching from wireless to wired modes. You can also pair the turntable wirelessly with Bluetooth headphones or use the front headphone jack.

“JAM Audio has a history providing high-quality wireless audio products at an affordable price. With Spun Out, we were excited to bring our experience in wireless technology to the analog world of vinyl for a budget-friendly option that delivers exceptional sound,” explains JAM Audio Director of Product Development, Aaron Fournier. “As the brand’s first turntable for the U.S. market, we are creating a versatile option for every vinyl listener including those looking to take the classic sound of their records with them wherever they go.”

Vinyl can also be digitized with a USB to PC recording facility, and the unit includes a built-in dust cover.


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