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The Top 3 Bluetooth Turntables Your Money Can Buy

Love Spinning Old School Records? Join the Vinyl Revival

Dust off your vinyl’s old and new and immerse yourself in beautiful sound with a modern Bluetooth turntable.

Don’t worry. You’ll still get all the traditional features of the golden era: A phono cartridge, a stylus and a platter for your favorite records. But now you can have automated, wireless control from all over the house.

All automatic record players should be able to play the most popular record formats: 33 1/3 and 45 RPMs. But when it comes to the quality of sound, the differences are stark. Good sound is definitely worth paying for.

We must admit that we had fun researching these Bluetooth turntables. Meeting true music audiophiles who live, breathe and talk all things music, we discovered that the general consensus is that Bluetooth is an improvement on old school turntables. If you want total privacy, simply pair your bluetooth turntable with a pair of noise cancelling headphones.  Even the hard wired traditionalists had to agree – eventually! After hours of rigorous testing – these record players blew our minds:

1) Audio Technica Fully Automatic Turntable


If the vinyl player were to be invented in 2024, this is what it would look like. The sleek white table is complemented by a clean interface. It’s a 2-speed table compatible with 33 1/3 and 45RPM. It’s set in a die-cast aluminum platter with anti-resonance. The turntable isn’t equipped with speakers but there is a built-in switchable phone pre-amp with RCA output cables. The phono cartridge is an integral dual magnet and there is a replaceable diamond stylus.

What We Like

This is a fully automatic record player. That means you don’t have to fiddle around in grabbing and dropping the stylus in exactly the right place….you know the drill! Instead, let the machine take charge. Watching the stylus gently glide over your records is almost therapeutic.

Other modern additions include a special belt-drive design. Basically that prevents your platter from vibrating against the motor. This gives a much clear and more high fidelity sound. There’s also an all-important dust cover to protect your device and your precious records. Finally, the Bluetooth and wireless connectivity bring the machine to the modern age. These work flawlessly even in a large space.

What Needs Improving

The audio pairing did take a while to set up, but once connected, it was nicely stable.

9.7Expert Score
The Final Verdict

This is the best record player you can buy with all the modern specifications. It’s perfect for bringing your most loved music to life. Plus it’s the ultimate cool factor for any house party….a must-have.

$219.00  in stock
8 new from $219.00
8 used from $199.00
as of July 14, 2024 1:12 am

2) D&L Vintage Bluetooth Turntable


Do you like a truly old school and timeless design when it comes to your music players? Let your mind wander back in time with this stunning Bluetooth turntable from D&L. And if you’ve been looking forward to surprising a vinyl lover with a gift, this might just be what you’re after.

What We Like

This turntable is the perfect mix between old and new. The natural wooden casing is complimented by a stylish design, while the mechanical parts give away that this turntable is very much fit for 2018. In terms of the specifications, this turntable comes with full Bluetooth capability and will automatically restore the connection, if you fall out of range. There are three speeds: 33-1/3, 45 and 78 RPM and the manufacturers also throw in a spare ceramic needle for a rainy day – a thoughtful touch.

What Needs Improving

The lid was a little stiff on the first few uses. Other than that, zero complaints!

9.6Expert Score
The Final Verdict

This beautiful turntable sure is a conversation starter. But it also works superbly and sounds awesome. Consider this an investment worth making.

3) 1byone Nostalgic Wooden Turntable


Speaking of nostalgia, if you loved the vintage vinyl player reviewed above but want something even more classic – take a look at this.

1ByOne have gone all out to craft a carbon copy turntable that looks like it was made in 1971 not 2018. The immaculate wooden dust cover slowly reveals a record deck that looks like any other, but actually represents the latest in sound technology.

What We Like

The classic looks definitely aren’t the only thing going for the 1ByOne. As with the other turntables, it plays three speeds, 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records in sizes from 7 to 12 inches. It also functions as a high-quality wireless speaker, sounding your favorite Spotify or Pandora tunes in perfect clarity. That can all be done using Bluetooth so no WiFi is required, which makes this turntable ideal even for remote locations. On top of it all, you get a storage feature where you can record your music on to a USB memory within the player. Or you can even transfer audio from your vinyls to your smartphone. How neat is that?

What Needs Improving

The sticker occasionally leaves a slight residue on the lovely wood base, but it is easily removed with a bit of rubbing alcohol or another substance designed to remove adhesive.

9.5Expert Score
The Final Verdict

This gorgeously stylish turntable sounds as good as it looks, if not better. Well worth the money.

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