expired Crosley Cruiser Deluxe Star Wars Turntable for $119.89 with Free Shipping Aus-Wide Using 25% off Coupon @ Elite Electronics


Hi folks,

Our Facebook Weekly Wednesday Deal for this week is bound to turn a few heads (and records). ;-)

We've decided to mix it up a little this week, and offer a cool 25% off on the Crosley Cruiser Deluxe Star Wars Last Jedi Bluetooth Turntable (CR8005D-LJ) using the above discount coupon, dropping the price to $119.89 including free shipping Australia-wide.

It's a fantastic record player, and has the added bonus of featuring Bluetooth and AUX input, so is a very flexible unit.

Check out the offer which has just appeared at the top of our Facebook page for more details:

Feel free to let us know if you have any queries that we can help out with.

-Elite Electronics Team-

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  • +3 votes

    Looks nice, however "In contrast to most turntables, which have a tracking weights of around 2-3g, the Crosley measures in at over 9g." I wouldn't put a Justin Beiber record on this…


    • -2 votes

      Hey there, thanks very much for your feedback. In fairness to Crosley, we've sold numerous of these players over the past 6 months, and have only had an issue reported on one occasion which was remedied with a new replacement unit. These players have proven to be solid performers in our books, though of course we understand that others' experience may differ/mileage can vary.

      We definitely appreciate your thoughts though. :)
      -Elite Electronics Team-

      • -2 votes

        In fairness,the tracking weight of the el-cheapo BSR ceramic cartridges were ~ 4 grams, and the recommended maximum tracking weight for mass produced 33-1/3 microgroove records is 5 grams. The tone-arm has no adjustment whatsoever and is a flimsy plastic beam with a huge amount of side-play at its pivoting arm that is likely to result in about 5% of your output being the rattle of the arm as the point of the lathe you are driving warps and distorts the record. This wasn't too big a thing on 25 cent 45s in the 60's, but a bit more important for someone wanting to try out a current ~ $50 imported pressing of a loved album to find out why there is still a love of the vinyl sound.

        It will scrape some noise of a $2 unit found at a garage sale, and maybe even improve the first playback until the point where it has gouged enough grunge from the track to skip a few, and Grandma/grandad may be touched by the thought if their grandchildren had got them " something they would like form back in their day", but lets not mince words.

        You describe it as a "fantastic record player". You are incompetent, ill-informed, or are happy to mis-represent a worthless piece of shit.

        I definitely appreciate your reply though :)

        • +1 vote

          Hi there,
          We can definitely respect that you're passionate about this subject matter, though we don't feel it's entirely necessary to resort to insults and ridicule. The deal has been posted for anyone that may be in the market for an inexpensive, Star Wars themed player, which evidently may not be what you're looking for, though one person's perceived 'junk' may be someone else's treasure. This unit doesn't claim to contend with the likes of higher end players, and is therefore priced accordingly. We believe it is a great player for its price point and features.

          Again, we sincerely appreciate your feedback, though would advise that comments are kept relevant to the deal posted without unwarranted insults.

          -Elite Electronics Team-

        • -1 vote

          but lets not mince words.

          Probably should next time. Really detracts from the rest of your point that which is completely valid criticism.

        • -2 votes

          @eliteelectronics: "would advise that comments are kept relevant"
          I live here. You don't. You are selling a piece of junk that, rather than playing people's records, will actually destroy them. I was actually being polite.
          That you present this piece of fourth-rate garbage as a worthwhile purchase lends the lie to your "elite electronics".

  • +2 votes

    Are we paying more or less because it has 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' on it?

  • +1 vote

    Straight to the poo room

  • +1 vote

    $188 and free shipping, an altogether much better option. 4.5 star What HiFi review.


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