- Handcrafted of solid hardwoods and veneers
- Large Oak finish wooden console
- 3 Speed Belt Driven Turntable
- CD Player
- Plays 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM Records
- AM/FM Radio
- Manual Return Tone Arm
- Illuminated Electronically Assisted Airplane Dial Tuner
- Rotary Function Select
- Separate Base and Treble Controls
- Dynamic Full Range Stereo Speakers
- External FM Antenna
- 1 year manufacturer warranty
- Dimensions 21" width X 13.5" depth X 36.125" height (inches)
- Shipping carton size 26" X 18" X 40"
Grand in appearance, and handsome in design this Crosley 1940s Style
Turntable Console CR44 is handcrafted of solid hardwoods
and veneers and is the last full size console inspired by an industry giant.
This renowned design is true to tradition with an AM/FM radio and three speed
turntable discreetly hidden under the hinge top lid.
Realizing he could sell more radios by providing quality entertainment,
Crosley developed WLW, the world's most powerful radio station. It's rumored
that the station could be heard at times as far away as Australia. Crosley's
station broadcast a gamut of programming reaching its 500,000-watt peak in 1932
when President Franklin D. Roosevelt first flipped the gold plated switch from
the White House to transmit his Fireside Chats. At that time, the impressive
Turntable Console was a common fixture in homes nationwide. As American as
baseball and root beer floats, this furniture styled piece was as functional as
it was fabulous.