This Bluetooth turntable features MP3 and CD playback and is versatile enough to play CD and cassette. It's simple to control with the large display and on-ear remote.
The Boytone BT-28SPM is a turntable for music fans who value sound quality above all else. It records in MP3 format, so you can save all your music to a USB flash or SD card. The previous version of this player, the BT-28, was our top pick for sound quality, but the BT-28SPM is even better. It has two 3.5-millimeter headphone jacks, so you can share the music with your other room mates. The speakers are exceptionally loud, and the sound is balanced, with good bass and treble. The sound quality is far better than you get from most portable music players, and it's on par with the quality of most home stereo systems. The BT-28SPM also comes with a built-in CD player and cassette player, so you can record and listen to music on all three formats. The radio is also very good, with 20 stations to choose from, and it includes a digital clock. The radio's sound quality is inferior to that of the speakers, but that's to be expected. Overall, this player is one of the best-sounding turntables you can purchase, and it's quite a bargain.
This Bluetooth turntable is easy to use, sounds great, and offers more than enough convenience features for the average user. It's one of the best options we've tested.
The DIGITNOW Bluetooth Record Player Turntable is a pretty good choice for those on a budget. It's simple to set up, and it's powered by USB, so you don't need batteries. It supports a wide range of audio formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, and FLAC. The included 45-RPM adapter allows you to play vinyl at 45RPM, which improves sound quality significantly. The included remote control makes it easy to change tracks. The turntable comes with everything you need to connect it to your speakers, including an RCA cable, an RCA to 3.5mm cable, an RCA to 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable, and an RCA to 3.5mm to 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable. Unfortunately, the turntable doesn't have any tools for adjusting the speed, so you'll need a turntable speed adjust tool (sold separately) if you want to play records at different speeds. The turntable also doesn't have volume controls.
This stereo system may be retro, but it's hip enough to play our modern music. We give it high marks for sound, design, and features, but it's the most expensive system we tested.
Boytone's BT-25MB is a slightly pricier option than the rest of the 8-in-1 turntables we tested, but it's the one we like best. The BT-25MB is also the one with the best sound quality, something all 8-in-1 turntables we tested are perfectly capable of. The sound quality is slightly better on the BT-25MB, and there's a better balance between the built in speakers and the turntable. The BT-25MB also has better sound isolation, and it's the only 8-in-1 we tested that offers Bluetooth. The built in speakers are loud enough to fill a small apartment or a small bedroom, which still makes them good enough for a party. The BT-25MB also has the best sound quality of the 8-in-1 we tested, and it offers Bluetooth, a USB port and SD card slot, and a remote control. The 8-in-1 turntable market is crowded, and it's fun to get creative with what kind of player you buy. But a turntable like the BT-25MB is still your best bet if you want a 8-in-1 turntable with good sound quality.
The Boytone BT-38SM Bluetooth Classic Turntable Record Player System with CD player added features for the modern sports fan! Bluetooth connectivity, stereo speakers, record from vinyl, listen to AM/FM radio, CD player, cassette player, USB, SD, AUX, MP3 CD with CD-R/RW Compatible, skip/search forward/back, repeat 1/single disc, and more!
The Boytone BT-38SM is a well-designed and versatile turntable that does a good job of replicating the sound of records, cassettes, and FM radio. It has an attractive, modern-looking design with a blue display and a built-in speaker. The BT-38SM can record audio from vinyl, cassettes, and FM radio to an SD card or USB flash-drive. The built-in speakers aren't great, but you can connect other speakers using the 3.5mm audio-out jack. The BT-38SM is easy to set up, and it plays back audio from vinyl, cassettes, and FM radio at decent volume levels and with decent clarity. Unfortunately, the BT-38SM can only play MP3 files, and it's necessary to import the MP3 files into the BT-38SM using Bluetooth. The BT-38SM's controls are easy to use and intuitive, and it comes with a CD and user manual. The BT-38SM also has built-in Bluetooth, so you can control it remotely from other devices. The BT-38SM's top-loading CD and cassette player is easy to access, and it supports CD-R/RW recording. The Boytone BT-38SM is an excellent turntable, but it's expensive, and it's tempting to opt for the cheaper (but less versatile) Boytone BT-38S instead.
The Jensen JTA-575 is an elegantly designed stereo turntable with AM/FM tuner. It's much more expensive than other record players we tested, but's sound quality and range of features really set it apart.
The JTA-575 is an affordable, good-looking, and versatile all-in-one stereo system. The turntable plays records, CDs, and USB, and it scans the stereo FM band for stations. The AM/FM radio is loud and clear, and the built-in speakers are decent but not exceptional, and you'll need a pair of speakers if you want to enjoy the system in a louder setting. The display is easy to read, and the remote is sturdy and easy to use. The JTA-575's biggest drawback is its lack of bass, so you'll want to pair this system with speakers or subwoofers if you want it to deliver good bass response. The JTA-575 is also limited to 3 speed modes of turntable operation, so if you're looking to spin vinyl at 45 RPM, you'll need to look elsewhere. The JTA-575 is a good option if you want a stereo turntable, CD player, and FM radio, and you want the ability to play MP3 files via USB.
Jensen All-in-One Hi-Fi Stereo CD Player Turntable & Digital AM/FM Tuner Radio Tape Cassette Player Mega Bass Reflex Stereo Sound System
A bad AM/FM tuner ruined half of the AM/FM radios we tested. The Jensen's FM tuner was the best of the lot, and it's a solid all-around player.
The Jensen is a well-made, affordable stereo that performs well, especially if you're looking to get into vinyl. It has both a CD and cassette player, so it's a good choice for someone who already has some tapes or CDs, and for a digital collector who wants to keep their favorite music in digital format. The Jensen also has great sound quality, and the design borrows from some of the pricier models we've tested. The speakers are well-placed, and the subwoofer provides deep, solid bass. The Jensen's built-in AM/FM tuner has a wide variety of stations, and the unit also has Bluetooth capability. The Jensen also has a USB port for connecting your phone or laptop, which makes it easy to download your favorite music. The Jensen's standout feature is its mega bass reflex feature, which greatly enhances the bass of your music. The Jensen also has an auxiliary input, letting you connect any device with an AUX cable, such as a smartphone or tablet. The Jensen's remote control has decent range, and it's easy to use. The Jensen's manual is well-organized, and the unit has easy-to-find controls. The Jensen's speakers are slightly muffled, and they don't produce the same clear, crisp sound as pricier models, but they're still above average. The Jensen is also one of the only stereos we tested that features a USB port and Bluetooth capability. Overall, the Jensen is a good budget stereo, and it does a good job of replicating many of the features of pricier models.
This sleek record player is as easy to use as its plastic rivals, and it converts vinyl into digital files, which can be played back on a smartphone, tablet, or other digital device.
The Boytone BT-24MB Bluetooth Classic Style Record Player Turntable with AM/FM Radio, CD/Cassette Player, 2 Separate Stereo Speakers, Record from Vinyl, Radio, and Cassette to MP3, SD Slot, USB, AUX is a high-quality, reasonably-priced, and user-friendly record player. This record player features a 6.5-inch, LCD color display with backlighting, so you can easily see the time, track number, and volume level. You can convert vinyl records, cassettes, and radio into MP3 files with the Boytone BT-24MB Bluetooth Classic Style Record Player Turntable with AM/FM Radio, CD/Cassette Player, 2 Separate Stereo Speakers, Record from Vinyl, Radio, and Cassette to MP3, SD Slot, USB, AUX. The Boytone BT-24MB Bluetooth Classic Style Record Player Turntable with AM/FM Radio, CD/Cassette Player, 2 Separate Stereo Speakers, Record from Vinyl, Radio, and Cassette to MP3, SD Slot, USB, AUX has a front-loading CD player, a cassette recorder, and a stereo speaker. The Boytone BT-24MB Bluetooth Classic Style Record Player Turntable with AM/FM Radio, CD/Cassette Player, 2 Separate Stereo Speakers, Record from Vinyl, Radio, and Cassette to MP3, SD Slot, USB, AUX has RCA line out, and AUX input so you can connect a stereo or speaker system to it. The Boytone BT-24MB Bluetooth Classic Style Record Player Turntable with AM/FM Radio, CD/Cassette Player, 2 Separate Stereo Speakers, Record from Vinyl, Radio, and Cassette to MP3, SD Slot, USB, AUX has 3.5 mm headphone jack, 2 separate stereo speakers, and 3.5 mm AUX input. The Boytone BT-24MB Bluetooth Classic Style Record Player Turntable with AM/FM Radio, CD/Cassette Player, 2 Separate Stereo Speakers, Record from Vinyl,
This classic turntable plays both vinyl records and cassette tapes, and has a radio tuner. There's also an SD card slot, USB charging port, audio input, and RCA output for connecting extra speakers. It's even compatible with Android and iOS devices.
Boytone's BT-24DJM is a good-looking, inexpensive record player. It's easy to use, has decent sound and decent sound separation, and it offers several playback options, including the ability to record from vinyl, cassette, and radio to MP3 files. The BT-24DJM also has a USB input, an SD card slot, an AUX input, and RCA line-out and headphone jacks. The BT-24DJM's weak link is sound quality. Its speakers are tinny and distant, and the bass is lacking. But the BT-24DJM has decent sound on vinyl, and it's more than adequate for listening to cassette tapes, too. We recorded and listened to a vinyl record, a cassette tape, and the radio, and the BT-24DJM didn't sound bad on any of them. The BT-24DJM has decent sound separation, but it's nothing special. And the BT-24DJM's controls are fairly responsive, but some of the buttons are too small. The BT-24DJM's screen is small and can be hard to read, and it doesn't have an on/off switch. The BT-24DJM also has an annoying habit of turning itself off after a few minutes of inactivity. But for the money, the BT-24DJM has decent sound, lots of playback options, and an attractive, durable design.
AW Classic Bluetooth Record Player System w/ 2 3-Speed Speakers Stereo Turntable System CD/Cassette Player AM/FM
This turntable plays everything, from vinyl to CDs, from cassettes to MP3s. The motor is energy-efficient, and the stereo speakers are loud and clear.
The Classic Bluetooth Record Player System is as tough and dependable as an old record player, but it's loaded with modern features like Bluetooth connectivity and USB recording. The included speakers are surprisingly good, and the system's built-in stereo speakers are also very good. The vintage feel of the Classic Record Player System is charming, and it'll look great in any room, whether you're restoring a vintage turntable or building your own. The Record Player System is easy to set up, and the included remote control makes it easy to change tracks or adjust the volume. The system is compatible with a wide range of vinyl records, but keep in mind that most records manufactured after 1967 are pressed on better media than older records, and this player can not properly play them. It also doesn't play audio CDs, so don't expect to play MP3 files or record CDs to the built-in recorder. The Classic Record Player System's built-in speakers aren't great, but they sound good, and the system's external speakers are surprisingly good. We also found that the Classic Record Player System's built-in speakers sounded a bit tinny at higher volumes, so if you're looking for better sound quality, you should use the included external speakers.
Jensen JMC1250 Bluetooth 3-Speed Stereo Turntable and CD 3 Changer with Dual Cassette Deck (JMC-1250)
The Jensen JMC1250 portable turntable and 3 CD player combo is an inexpensive but fun way to turn analog records into digital files.
The Jensen JMC1250 is an attractive, well-engineered, and affordable turntable. The turntable's dual cassette player is a nice touch, although cassettes are sold separately, so you'll have to budget for that as well. The turntable's needle lift mechanism is responsive and easy to operate. The built-in stereo speakers are surprisingly loud and sound much better than you expect from such a small device. The Jensen JMC1250 is convenient and easy to use, and it comes with everything you need to start playing records right out of the box. The turntable's playback speed and pitch are adjustable, and it's compatible with MP3 CDs and CD-R/RW discs. The Jensen JMC1250 is lightweight, portable, and easy to transport. The turntable's analog output is standard, so you'll need a digital-to-analog converter (DAC) to connect it to an amplifier. The Jensen JMC1250 is easy to set up, and it's easy to use.