Get the Victrola Vintage 3-Speed Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable for $38

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There’s no denying that there is no better time to listen to music than now with all the available digital options between MP3s, Spotify, Bluetooth, etc. But sometimes the pull of the past factors in along with a desire to listen to the old vinyl. Enter the Victrola Vintage 3-Speed Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable. You can pick it up now at 37% off, though really even the initial price of $59.99 is still a good price.

This modern turntable gives you all the music options you are looking for, both recent and in the past. For those times when you want to reminisce through the deep tracks of your old albums or your collection of top 40 45s, the Victrola offers three speeds of 33-1/3, 45, and 78 RPM, allowing you to play all your favorite vintage records.

But it doesn’t stop there, as it also offers a 3.5mm Aux-in, for playing music from a non-Bluetooth device. Additionally, it includes an RCA Aux-in and a headphone jack, as well as built-in Bluetooth to play music from all your Bluetooth devices, just to give you a wider variety of options. Basically, this will play music in nearly any digital format, as well as vinyl.

But you don’t have the same canny speakers you had on your old suitcase-style turntable. This includes more modern stereo speakers that don’t need the use of battery power. Controls include power, volume, and an auto or manual stop selection switch.

The Turquoise color option is $22.05 off for just $37.94, but if that color really doesn’t suit your fancy, look around at the others. Most are within $10 more, while the Pink Camo color option is just $31.39.

Victrola Vintage 3-Speed Bluetooth Suitcase Turntable

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