Victrola Classic 6-in-1 BT Entertainment Center

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Victrola Classic 6-in-1 BT Entertainment Center
Price: $79.99
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The Home Depot has 4.4 Stars

So, if I wanted to hook up my house speakers to it with speaker wire, I’d be screwed?

The CD drawer really gives it that antique vibe.

I’ve had a few flavors of these over the years. They all seem to have the world’s cheapest CD player in them which is destined to fail in the short term. Buy it for the other features and consider the CD player a bonus for as long as it lasts.

I got one of these on Amazon 5 months ago and have been very happy with it. I haven’t used the cd player, but the record, bluetooth, radio and tape deck work great. And the volume is enough to fill my whole house.

If you want to listen to your records and don’t care about their condition once you are done by all means buy one of these. But, if you love your records you would never subject them to these needles supplied with these machines. I don’t know if you can buy better cartridges but you won’t be happy with the sound quality as well.

It would be nice with a USB port, so we could digitize our ancient vinyl that has been sitting around waiting for so long.

Hiya, I see bluetooth. Does it send out bluetooth or receive it…or both?

I haven’t seen anyone post anything about sound quality. Would like to know if is satisfactory. I’m guessing it has a ceramic cartridge.

Any of these would be perfect for the hipster douchenozzle who wants the thrill of being part of the vinyl fad but doesn’t actually care about whether their records last through more than one play.

Much more expensive one on Amazon that does that.

In a nutshell, yes. I guess you could use the headphone jack as an output source and very carefully run it at low levels through another amplifier to which your speakers are attached. But that’s a heck of a lot of work for minimal gain.

“3 speed turntable (33 1/3, 45, 78 RPM).
CD player
cassette player
built-in Bluetooth to wirelessly play music from your Bluetooth enabled device
FM Radio
3.5mm Aux-in jack for playing music from any non-Bluetooth device”

What??? No eight track?

Correct- it is ceramic

It only receives bluetooth