Como Audio this past week was promoting its Bluetooth Turntable ($399), Analog Turntable ($299) and Musica with CD player ($599-$749), all of which combine the “best of retro aesthetic with modern technology.” The products are available in a number of vintage-inspired colors and finishes and can be ordered directly from the company website.
The Bluetooth Turntable can stream vinyl, while the new Analog Turntable connects via an integrated phono pre-amp to any music system. The turntables both include a 300mm diameter platter for “smooth rotation and decreased resonance,” while the Musica smart music system comes with a color display for metadata and album art, and features a single-slot CD player, with access to Internet radio, FM, Bluetooth and Spotify.
Walmart, Costco and Target are pushing a number of VIZIO TVs and sound bars during the approach to the holidays for a limited time and only while supplies last. The full list of hot deals this week are listed below:
Walmart (In-Store and Online)
The 2021 VIZIO 70” V-Series is available online and in-store for $548 (MSRP: $658) until March 2, 2021 or while supplies last.
The 2021 VIZIO 32” 4.1 Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer is available online and in-store for $129 while supplies last.
The 2021 VIZIO 50” M6X-Series Quantum is available online for $298 (MSRP: $389) while supplies last.
Costco (In-Store and Online)
The 2021 VIZIO 58” M6X-Series Quantum is available online and in-store for $399.99 while supplies last.
The 2021 VIZIO V-Series 2.1 Channel Sound Bar System is available online and in-store for $119.99 (MSRP: $149.99) until December 24, 2020.
Target (In-store and Online)
The 2019 VIZIO 32” D-Series is available online and in-store for $159.99 (MSRP: $179.99) until December 26. As an added bonus, anyone purchasing this TV during the offer dates will also receive a $20 Target gift card.
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