Bluetooth Record Players

Record players with Bluetooth can sync up with your smart devices and also play your vinyl collection at your convenience. Bluetooth has become a staple in modern technology and is used to wirelessly connect equipment with mobile phones, laptops and tablets. All of the Bluetooth vinyl players found below are easy to use and allow listeners to stream the records they may not own physically yet via Bluetooth.

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  1. Fenton RP115 Blue Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
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    £52.99
    Fenton RP115 Blue Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Built-in full-range stereo speakers
    • Bluetooth for wireless streaming
    • 3-speeds 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM
    • Manual or automatic tone arm
    • Plays 7, 10 and 12 inch records
    • PC encoding via USB
    • 3.5mm AUX input
    • Belt driven turntable mechanism
    • Ceramic Stereo cartridge inc stylus
    • Headphone output
    • Wooden cabinet PU leather finish
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  2. Fenton RP115C Black Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
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    Fenton RP115C Black Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Retro Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Built-in full-range stereo speakers
    • Bluetooth for wireless streaming
    • 3-speeds 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM
    • Manual or automatic stop tone arm
    • Plays 7, 10 and 12 inch records
    • Convert vinyl to MP3 incl. software
    • 3.5mm AUX input
    • Belt driven turntable mechanism
    • Ceramic Stereo cartridge inc stylus
    • Headphone output
    • Wooden cabinet with PU leather
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  3. Fenton RP115D Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
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    £53.99
    Fenton RP115D Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Built-in full-range stereo speakers
    • Bluetooth for wireless streaming
    • 3-speeds 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM
    • Manual or automatic tone arm
    • Plays 7, 10 and 12 inch records
    • PC encoding via USB
    • 3.5mm AUX input
    • Belt driven turntable mechanism
    • Ceramic Stereo cartridge inc stylus
    • Headphone output
    • Wooden cabinet PU leather finish
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    £53.99
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  4. Fenton RP115B Dark Wood Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
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    Fenton RP115B Dark Wood Briefcase Record Player with Bluetooth
    • Dark Wood Briefcase Record Player
    • Built-in full-range stereo speakers
    • Bluetooth for wireless streaming
    • 3-speeds 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM
    • Manual or auto stop tone arm
    • Plays 7" 10" and 12" records
    • Convert vinyl to MP3 inc. software
    • 3.5mm AUX input
    • Belt driven turntable mechanism
    • Ceramic Stereo cartridge inc stylus
    • Headphone output
    • Retro wooden cabinet
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  5. Fenton RP135W Retro Record Player with Bluetooth & CD
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    £125.00
    Fenton RP135W Retro Record Player with Bluetooth & CD
    • Retro Record Player with Bluetooth and CD
    • Plays 7" 10" and 12" records
    • 3-speeds 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM
    • CD player
    • Built-in stereo speakers
    • Convert Vinyl, CD, AUX, Bluetooth to USB
    • Manual or automatic stop tone arm
    • USB playback
    • Bluetooth for wireless streaming
    • 3.5mm AUX input
    • Ceramic stereo cartridge inc stylus
    • Headphone output
    • Belt driven turntable mechanism
    • Anti dust cover
    • Retro wooden cabinet
    £125.00
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  6. Fenton RP165B Lightwood Record Player with Speakers & Bluetooth

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    Fenton RP165B Lightwood Record Player with Speakers & Bluetooth
    • Stylish Record Player with Speakers
    • Built-in 100w stereo amplifier
    • Includes a pair of stereo speakers
    • Bluetooth for audio streaming
    • 3-speeds 33 1/3 45 and 78 RPM
    • Plays 7" 10" and 12" records
    • Ceramic Stereo cartridge inc stylus
    • Belt driven turntable mechanism
    • Manual or automatic stop tone arm
    • Stereo RCA output
    £99.00

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Vinyl record players have made a strong return to the music world and are now available with built-in Bluetooth tech. All of the record players with Bluetooth that we stock come with built-in speaker systems, such as the briefcase-style players that have many ways to connect or stream music. However, your record collection speaks for itself here, holding an album physically in your hands is a much-loved experience that is increasingly rare in the digital age.

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Check the title of each Bluetooth vinyl player to determine what the player is capable of, if you see any record players with Bluetooth in the title you’ll know for certain which can sync with smart devices. As stated earlier, many modern households will have a smart device of some description that utilises Bluetooth wireless streaming. At the push of a button, you can easily connect your smartphone, tablet or laptop to stream all of your playlists or other music files to the Bluetooth turntable speakers.

Record players with Bluetooth capabilities are now very accessible to the public due to their return in popularity over in the last decade. Bluetooth tech and AUX inputs can be used in most if not all of our range, allowing customers who just wanted a vinyl player because they look great, to also get some additional usage from their purchase. Once you have played all of your vinyl collection you can easily connect to your player with a smart device and stream music as usual.

Bluetooth turntables rotate your vinyl beneath a needle that can read all of the small grooves on the record itself. Vinyl is an analogue format and any vibrations the stylus or needle encounters will be amplified into listenable sound. Every single song is made up of thousands of different waveforms that have been pressed onto the vinyl itself creating the grooves, as the stylus tracks these waveform grooves, each vibration will become an electrical signal for your system to process and subsequently amplify to the built-in speakers.

Is it worth buying a Bluetooth turntable?

As mentioned above, the feeling of actually owning something tactile is the main pull to vinyl records. Many have found joy through physically owning a meaningful record as opposed to simply just streaming random music via the web. Digital music is indeed far easier to access, but sound fidelity can be lost through compression.

It is important to keep in mind that the turntables we stock are not for use in professional DJ environments and should only be used in the home. Nevertheless, casual music lovers can get a lot of use out of them while they simultaneously look great in most modern spaces. Both of our contemporary and retro designs are popular with orders all year round as either a gift or for interior design purposes.

The final sound output of a high-grade turntable is much more accurate to the artists intentions and will sound much better than a digital release. The grooves on the vinyl itself are read by the stylus needle as mentioned above, the left and right sides of the groove are the songs channels. When amplified they will then be heard from the left or right built-in speaker respectively, thus letting the listener hear much more of the sound design.

What is the difference between record players and turntables?

Many people use the term turntable in place of the word record player, this is both common and understandable. However, the turntable is the rotating platform that records sit on before lowing the tonearm and stylus to the outside edge. Some players have the option to spin your turntable faster or slower using a built-in switch, this raises or lowers the pitch of the song respectively, a commonly used way of creating samples.

A downside to owning your own record collection is that vinyl is now expensive to make and after all is applied such as album artwork, the albums themselves are far more expensive to buy on the high street. Most record collectors only have a select choice of their all-time favourites albums at home, however, some more focused collectors will spend a great deal of money over decades on their vinyl collection. Of course, if you prefer to use your vinyl player as a Bluetooth speaker whenever you feel the need, that is an option for every product on this page, we also supply protective record storage cases and vinyl wipes.

How to take care of your records?

After use, you should make a habit of wiping down both side A and side B of your vinyl with a dry, soft cloth to remove any dust that may have landed on the disc as you listened to it. Also, the general handling of your vinyl is important too so try to hold the vinyl without applying your fingertips, perhaps held at either side with both of your palms. This is to stop any potential fingerprint oil or dust that may have built up in the grooves, if left untreated this can affect the smoothness of your vinyl playback.

We stock many different sizes of the record case, some hold between 70 and 100 vinyl. If you want to keep your collection in good shape it is advised to sleeve up your records when not in use, most records come packaged with this sleeve. Once sleeved you can store your collection vertically in the vinyl cases, it is advised you store them upright like this to avoid potential warping of your records, for example, if left in direct sunlight, take good care of your collection.