8 IN 1 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - With a retro look and modern features, this turntable not only plays your vinyl records, but also has CD and cassette players, FM radio, Bluetooth, and a built in for streaming audio from your smartphone. Auxiliary and headphone jacks No stereo system or extra equipment required. Get up and running in minutes. For personal listening, plug headphones into the headphone jack. Vintage style, loaded with features.The Victrola Navigator Bluetooth Record Player combines modern technology with classic design. The Navigator features a 3-speed turntable, designed to play all your favorite 33 1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records, or record your vinyl to MP3 using the included software! Listen to your favorite CDs and tapes with built-in cassette and CD players, or tune into your favorite station with the FM radio.
Bluetooth connectivity also allows you to stream music from your smart device through the Navigator's built-in stereo speakers. Listen any way you want. Connectivity, USB player, CD player, cassette player, FM radio with analog tuner, and 3.5mm.Record from vinyl to MP3 with the included software and USB cable. Classic, real wood construction means you'll. Be making music memories for years to come. 3-Speed belt driven turntable plays all your 33 1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records. Classic style with sturdy, real wood construction. 3-Speed turntable, CD player, cassette player, FM radio, USB slot, RCA output, and 3.5mm aux-in. Built-in, custom tuned stereo speakers deliver crisp, clear sound. Features Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to stream from your smart device without any messy wires. Record your vinyl directly to MP3 with the included software and USB cable. Manual, remote control, RCA to 3.5mm aux cable, 45 RPM adaptor, recording software, USB cable. What's in the box.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\TV, Video & Home Audio\Home Audio\Home Audio Components\Record Players/Home Turntables". The seller is "sevenseven" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.