This classic entertainment center is named after Lancaster, Pa., the oldest inland city in the U.S. – originally settled in 1718. The town is renowned for an architectural heritage that features clean, elegant lines and simple designs. Crosley's Lancaster celebrates the town's subtle sophistication with open-faced grill work and vintage airplane-style dials. A lift of the lid reveals a turntable that plays your classic 33-1/3-, 45- and 78-rpm vinyl records. It also features a built-in AM/FM radio receiver with an analog tuner and a modern CD player with 20-track programmable memory. There's even a cassette deck for enjoying your old tape collection. A headphone jack allows you to enjoy listening in privacy. You also can plug in a portable audio player. Dimensions: 17.5"H x 9.5"H x 12.75"D. Weight: 16.5 lbs. Colors: Paprika, Oak.