GPO Stylo II review
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The Stylo II record player is the new and improved version of the GPO Stylo and, like the original, it'll play records at 33rpm, 45rpm or 78rpm. It's available in a choice of colours, and you can listen through its built-in twin speakers, or connect to external ones if you prefer. But will this turntable give you the perfect balance of bass and treble? Read our full review to find out.
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