With vinyl record sales at the highest for 25 years, the range of stylish, retro, high quality, low cost multi-format music systems, designed by ROK Stars, has already proved an instant hit in the US and will now launch in Europe
ROK Stars PLC, the consumer products company co-founded by U.S. billionaire John Paul DeJoria and U.K. entrepreneur Jonathan Kendrick, has announced its Rock ‘n’ Rolla portable record players, developed in conjunction with music industry veteran Marshall Blonstein, have been granted CE Certification.
“As vinyl record sales surge to the highest levels in 25 years, our 3 high quality yet affordable versions of Rock ‘n’ Rolla, aimed at a range of music fans budgets, have already achieved considerable sales success in the US and now, with CE Certification, we are able to launch the Rock ‘n’ Rolla range in Europe.” Said Jonathan Kendrick.
CE marking is a mandatory conformity marking for certain products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA) and is the manufacturer’s declaration that the product meets the requirements of the applicable EC directives.
Rock ‘n’ Rolla Junior is a 3 speed record player which records vinyl directly to USB and SD cards as well as providing MP3 playback and is priced at just USD $69.99 in the US:
Rock ‘n’ Rolla Premium player is the ultimate in portability, having all the features of the Junior version whilst also hosting a built in rechargeable battery and Bluetooth connectivity and is priced at just $99.99:
The Rock ‘n’ Rolla XL boasts all the features of the Premium version with the addition of a CD player and an LCD screen and is priced at just $149.99: