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Sound Advice: The 4 Best Bluetooth Record Players for Modern Music Lovers

The Best Bluetooth Record Players for
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* Rockin’ record players with built-in Bluetooth connectivity
* Convert your old records to MP3s
* Play your favorite records or stream from your phone

While CDs may officially be dead, record sales are at an all-time high. Whether it’s due to their cool aesthetic, superior sound quality or simple nostalgia value, records are arguably the best and most popular music medium in the world. And while some turntables may cost upwards of $500, you can snag a great model for $150 or less. We’ve rounded up our four favorite Bluetooth record players so you can listen in style.

1. Audio Technica Bluetooth Turntable

Available in 20 awesome colors, this fully automatic Bluetooth three-speed turntable features built-in Bluetooth so you can play straight from your phone. It also features its own speakers, making it a great portable player.

  

2. Musitrend Record Player Belt-Drive Turntable

This vintage-style record player features a sleek wooden surface and includes two built-in full range speakers for impressive sound quality. As an added bonus, it also features vinyl-to-MP3 recording, so you can take all those old records of yours and convert them to MP3s.

  

3. Victrola Vintage 3-Speed Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable

This gorgeous three-speed turntable comes with its own 45 RPM adapter and can be used with 7-, 10-, and12-inch vinyl records. It also includes two built-in stereo speakers and supports Bluetooth connections and SD card and U disk.

  

4. Audio Technica Automatic Bluetooth Turntable

This gorgeous model comes in five color options and features a fully automatic design—just like the old days. With an anti-resonance base and built-in Bluetooth, this turntable is the perfect mix of past meets present. It can also connect up to eight devices simultaneously.

  

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