- Performer Rpm Sports
- Title Turntable Footbal
- Date of release 2014
- Other formats AAC WAV VQF AU VQF AUD AA
- Genre Audiofiles
- Size MP3 1109 mb
- Size FLAC 1571 mb
- Rating: 4.7
- Votes: 235
Rpm Sports Discography Tracks. New. 2 submissions pending. Turntable Baseball (7"). Microfiche Records, Welcome To 1979.
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The Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB is the best introductory turntable for aspiring vinyl enthusiasts. Out of the box, it features the ability to play 33 ⅓, 45 and 78 RPM, this means there will never be an album you can’t play. There’s also a built-in phono preamp so you never have to worry about finding one on your own. New record collectors will love the easy setup and features while more vetted users will love the option to dial in the vertical tracking angle, tracking force and easily replaceable headshell.
Open the gold-lined suitcase that holds this Victrola turntable and you’ll find a vintage-inspired record player with a three-speed belt-driven turntable that plays discs at 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM. Modern conveniences include Bluetooth connectivity, which lets you wirelessly pair the turntable with your device from up to 33 feet away and play music through the Victrola’s built-in speakers. A . mm aux cord offers even more ways to connect
RPM Turntable Football: A Two-Player Game Played at 33 1/3 RPM. Microfiche 6. 45 RPM single.
Now with RPM Turntable Baseball, two people can sit down and play an entire 9-inning baseball game (A-Side) on their table. Simply drop the needle on a groove to determine if a hit, home run, out, or something else, has occurred. The album artwork can be used to keep track of gameplay. On the B-Side is The Concession Stand Challenge, which is homage to stadium mascot races and to the horse racing turntable games of the ‘50s. Both of these games again use Decagonaphonic Multi-groove Technology, says Microfiche Records of the game.