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Retro just jumped a generation. Forget record players—throwback brand Studebaker just released a Retro 80's Bluetooth Boombox w/ FM Radio & CD Player and it’s giving us all the feels. This contemporary nod to the music that hits all your nostalgia receptors is also $50 off right now at HSN—it’s just $100, down from $150. And if you’re new to HSN you get an extra $20 off with code HSN2021. Score!
But it’s not just for those of us who have meticulously stored our Depeche Mode CDs in the attic because we knew, someday they’d become classics. The Studebaker 80’s Retro Boombox embraces the 21st century with its amazing Bluetooth capability, allowing you to stream music to your heart’s content. It has input and output options, so you can channel those tunes right off your phone or play a CD and run it through your Bluetooth headphones.
The vintage car of portable music players, this radio with illuminated dials and VU meters will swing its way into your memory, bouncing with every beat of the Violent Femmes. LED lights flash in time to your favorite music—time to get that party started. Dust off those Madonna mix tapes in the attic—and all your old CDs, for that matter.
The rechargeable battery lasts up to four hours, keeping the system portable at 7.8 pounds, so you can easily grab the handle to take it tailgating or on the road. And if the popular rose gold is too minimal for you, it also comes in red.
HSN is exclusively carrying this all-in-one music system, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Rather not shell out $100 all at once? The retailer is offering five interest-free payments of $33 each and speedy free shipping, so you can have this boombox home with you stat. Watch a video of the boombox here—and be prepared to pump up the jam.
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