50'S Retro Vinyl Record Player Bluetooth W Speakers Turntable CD Player Radio. MORE THAN A RECORD PLAYER - With 50s retro looks & modern features, this turntable plays & records your Vinyls to MP3 (Mac/PC software & USB cable included).
NO STEREO SYSTEM OR EXTRA EQUIPMENT REQUIRED. Get it up and running in minutes. Retro looks combined with the convenience of modern technology make this record player a great value - ideal for beginners & vintage enthusiasts alike.
THREE SPEED BELT-DRIVEN TURNTABLE - This 3-speed (33 1/3, 45, 78 rpm) record player features UPGRADED PREMIUM SOUND QUALITY with minimum vibrations. It is perfect for your living room, bedroom or office and a great choice for vinyl lovers. ALL THE CONTROLS YOU NEED - Features a volume and FM tuner knob, input select (function) button and a complete set of buttons for the CD player. The screen comes on in blue LED light, buttons have a nice feel to them, and the whole look is trendy 50s. HIGH QUALITY DESIGN & FINISHING - Victrola's 115-year commitment to craftsmanship is evident in the stylish retro case, strong built quality, gentle lifting mechanism and well-balanced sound.Power source type: Corded Electric. The Victrola 50s retro style record player takes you back in time - with its trendsetting retro looks combined with modern technology. With built-in Bluetooth, you can now stream music from your tablet, smartphone or MP3 using Bluetooth. Plus, this stylish piece lets you record from vinyl to MP3 (Mac/PC software and USB cable included). That's not all - with 3.5mm Auxiliary Input, USB port and Headphone jack, the turntable opens a world of music possibilities that were unimaginable in the earlier Vinyl days. CD Player, Radio, Stereo Speakers, Aux, Belt Drive, Bluetooth. Product Dimensions: 7.0 inches x 13.0 inches x 15.0 inches. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\TV, Video & Home Audio\Home Audio\Home Audio Components\Record Players/Home Turntables". The seller is "mmurf10000" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.