Victrola Modern 3-Speed Bluetooth Turntable


  • 3-Speed Turntable (33 1/3, 45, 78 RPM)
  • Bluetooth wirelessly streams music up to 33 feet away
  • Powerful range 50 watt stereo speakers
  • High quality ceramic cartridge
  • Glossy piano finish

Modern design meets today’s technology. The Victrola Bluetooth record player is elegantly simplistic in design, but overpowering in its performance. Dual stereo 50 watt speakers blast music from either a 3 speed turntable (33 1/3, 45, 78 RPM) or built-in Bluetooth technology to wirelessly stream music from any Bluetooth enabled device.

Wireless Bluetooth Capability

Victrola streams music wirelessly up to 33 feet away. Listen to your music from your Bluetooth compatible device with ease. Just connect and play.

Easy Set Up and Adjustability

Effortlessly connect the included speaker wire to make our 50 Watt speakers blast your favorite tunes. Also features RCA jacks to easily add our turntable to your existing audio set up.

High Gloss Finish

Beautiful modern design with an elegant, deep luster piano finish. A perfect fit for any room’s décor.

The speakers are of perfect size as they fit anywhere. The actual record player is quite large and does not fix on my average size book shelf by like 3 inch which is annoying because it dangles off the edge(picture). I also don’t like how the entire system itself has to be plugged into each other. Everything has to be in one place in order for it to work. I wish the speakers were Bluetooth/wireless that way i could move the speakers wherever without moving the record player and not having to turn on the player on at all but for the price this is understandable. The speaker sound quality gives that vinyl sound when playing a record which i love, but when switched to the Bluetooth setting the speakers sound clear. The plastic on the machine feels a bit cheap like if you pull it in the wrong direction it would break. Which brings me to my last point of basically there are no instructions i had to play with it till it began playing music which was super frustrating. All in all, i think this is worth it for a litle vinyl action every now and then.

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