mainly Americaninformal a ghetto blaster
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the turntables (=flat round parts of a record player) that DJs use for mixing records on
informal a radio or other piece of sound equipment that is large enough to play music very loudly, but small enough to carry. This word is sometimes considered offensive.
a small music player with headphones that you carry around with you and on which you can store large amounts of music, especially music from the Internet
a very small sharp part on a record player that touches the record and helps to produce the sound
a small cassette player or CD player that you could carry around and listen to through headphones. They were mostly replaced by digital audio players.
the part of a record player that touches the record and sends the sound to the speakers
a set of electronic equipment with two speakers, used for listening to the radio, CDs, and cassettes
a small object on a record player that touches the record and helps to produce sound
a system of speakers that plays the sound from a television or a music system from several different directions around you, so that it seems very natural
a piece of equipment for playing tapes, especially music cassettes, that is part of a set of equipment containing speakers and an amplifier
a piece of equipment used for playing cassettes
a piece of equipment used for playing tape or recording sound on tape
a record player, especially the type used by DJs
a flat round part of a record player that you put records on to play them
a type of small cassette or CD player that you could carry around and listen to through headphones. They were mostly replaced by digital audio players.
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