Best Bluetooth Turntables In 2020: Budget & Audiophile Picks

What is Bluetooth turntable? That is the first thing that will come to your mind when reading this if you are not an audiophile.  Bluetooth turntables are basically old school record players or turntables that have been blessed with modern-day technology and are now able to connect wirelessly, via Bluetooth. Old fashioned, classy music players that can connect to your speakers or stereo and even your headphones via a Bluetooth connection. Why would you need a Bluetooth turntable? For one thing, they look really cool and for another, they produce really high-quality sound and music.

For enthusiasts and audiophiles, however, these are much more than just simple speakers. There are a lot of things to consider and delve into before one can choose a Bluetooth turntable to buy. Audiophiles will be able to notice the smallest sound quality difference in these machines. That is where we hope to help. This is a list of the best Bluetooth turntable speakers in the market at this time. Sound quality, features, and looks, there are no better Bluetooth turntables than the ones mentioned below.

1. Sony PS LX310BT

Best Overall

  • User friendly design
  • High connectivity options
  • Remote control
  • Easy installation
  • No manual setting

520 Reviews

Dimensions: 17 x 4.2 x 14.5 inches | Weight: 3.5 kg or 7.7 lbs | Platter Material: Aluminum | Speed: 33 – 45 rpm | Phono Preamp: Yes | Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

For a long time now, Sony has made outstanding electronic related products. This maintained excellence over a long period has made Sony one of the biggest companies in the electronics category today. Nowadays, it is literally impossible to look for any sort of electric equipment from speakers to screens and LED’s without venturing upon a Sony product. Such is the case when one goes looking for a Bluetooth turntable. The Sony PS LX310 is undoubtedly a complete package. The PS LX310 is not designed to stand out. It is sleek and compact. The lightweight of the PS LX310 makes it easily portable. You can move it from place to place without putting in much effort.

The easy installation of the Sony PS LX310 adds to its portability factor. Once you have placed the platter on the main bearing and fixed the belt onto the motor. That is all the installation this Bluetooth turntable requires. The easy installation process along with the low weight and compact size makes this extremely portable. The platter is of aluminum made. Aluminum is widely accepted as the best material for turntable platters because of its sturdiness and smooth rotation.

The Sony PS LX310 offers a wide array of connectivity options. You can connect with your speakers via the Bluetooth option. The built-in phono preamp works admirably. This Bluetooth turntable can be paired with 8 devices. You can connect it to your headphones or even your air pods. It has a decent connection range as well. Even through walls, the sound quality does not drop. Then there is also the USB type B in case you want to connect with something that does not have Bluetooth capability. You can control this turntable via your remote control or the buttons. However, there is no manual setting of the arm onto the vinyl cover that some enthusiasts may prefer. Still, the working of the Sony PS LX310 is extremely easy. While it may not be optimal for enthusiasts, other people may find this rather liberating.

For a Bluetooth turntable that is on the rather low end of the price spectrum, the sound is very good. While the Sony PS LX310 will not end up beating other products such as the Rega Planar 1, it manages to give some really good notes. When you look at the price, this slight underperforming in the sound department is quickly washed from your memory. A Bluetooth turntable that offers all of these amazing features while giving out the really good sound quality in this price range is a rarity.

2. REGA Planar 1

Best Sound Quality

  • Outstanding sound
  • No fuss design
  • Quick setup
  • Wide array of connectivity options
  • No phono preamp

98 Reviews

Dimensions: 17.6 x 4.6 x 14 inches | Weight: 4.2 kg or 9.2 lbs | Platter Material: Phenolic Resin | Speed: 33 – 45 rpm | Phono Preamp: No | Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

REGA is a company based out of the United Kingdom. REGA has been making pristine sound quality turntables and other audio equipment for a decent amount of time. Though it is not as old as some of the other companies, the people at REGA definitely know how to make products that produce some excellent sound. The Planar 1 is an excellent example of another such product of REGA. While it definitely has some drawbacks, the REGA Planar 1 is perhaps the most premium pick of this list of the best Bluetooth turntables.

The first interesting thing you notice about the REGA Planar 1 is the phenolic resin platter. The platter is not made of the standard aluminum you see in many modern-day turntables. The new and improved tonearm sports a new build and design with ultra-low friction bearings to top it off. The tonearm is fully automatic. REGA are not kidding when they say this is a complete plugin and play device. The new RB110 tonearm comes with an automatic bias adjustment. This removes any need for the user to manually adjust the tonearm. One really good thing about the design of the Planar 1 is the clutter-free look. There is no fuss or cluttering of things in view. It is simple and only the necessary things are in view. This has a no-fuss or clutter-free design gives a really neat look to the REGA Planar 1.

The entire installation and setup process of the REGA Planar 1 takes less than five minutes. This may be the most ready-to-play Bluetooth speaker of this time. The biggest plus point of the REGA Planar 1 is its sound. No other Bluetooth turntable is able to top it in terms of sound. Some others may match it or come close to its quality but there is simply nothing better than it in this category. There is, after all, a reason for its premium price. The excellent sound quality of the REGA Planar 1 puts it in a class of its own when it comes to Bluetooth turntables.

One of the drawbacks that the REGA Planar 1 does have is the lack of phono preamp. You have to purchase a preamp and install it separately. This is quite a hassle especially when you consider the price of Planar 1. A product that is quite expensive should not need to have even more separately bought parts before you can use it to the fullest. However, the non-included phono preamp does mean that you can upgrade that particular piece of equipment when a new one catches your eye. You are not stuck with an in-built part that cannot be upgraded.  Still, the outstanding sound quality of the REGA Planar 1 compels many a customer to buy it despite the price tag.

3. Victrola Aviator 8 in 1 Turntable

Best Sound Quality

  • Vintage design
  • 8 in 1 system
  • Not pricey
  • No power button on remote
  • Arm of turntable is too light

831 Reviews

Dimensions: 20 x 11.8 x 13.4 inches | Weight: 8.9 kg or 19.6 lbs | Platter Material: Not Specified | Speed: 33 – 45 – 78 rpm| Phono Preamp: Yes | Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

Victrola has been around for ages. Many consider Victrola the original sound or audio equipment manufacturers. Over the years they have made many brilliant products. The Victrola Aviator 8 in 1 Turntable is an old-fashioned design integrated with modern technology. This vintage design turntable gives a classy look to any setup. Vintage design enthusiasts will love this item, even if they are not audiophiles.

This is a relatively heavy turntable. It will not be easy to move it regularly from one place to another. The 8 in 1 feature is basically eight different ways you can play music on this turntable. These 8 different types are a vinyl record, cassette, USB device, Bluetooth or FM Radio. You can listen to music from an external device via the AUX cable. There is also the option of recording or playing a CD. Use this to listen to an old record, reliving forgotten times or listening to modern-day singers on an antique-looking turntable, making for a surreal moment.

This is the perfect mixture of vintage, classic design with modern-day technology and features. However, no product is without flaws. The Victrola Aviator 8 in 1 Turntable can be controlled via remote. The remote has all the controls one could possibly wish for except for one rather important control, the power button. There is no power button on the remote control of the Aviator. You have to turn it off manually. Then there is the fact that the arm of the turntable is too light. This causes it so miss some notes and tracks.

The sound quality of the 8 in 1 Aviator is very nice. The Aviator has an antique, classy look with a load of modern-day features added to it without compromising on the sound. It will not quite match some of the more higher-end products but it will definitely not disappoint you either. To top it off, this is much more affordable than many other Bluetooth turntables. Such a classy looking record player in a low price, you should definitely go for it.

4. Pro-Ject JukeBox E

For Enthusiasts

  • Great sound quality
  • All in one
  • Remote controlled
  • Expensive
  • Speaker pairing needs to be specific

4 Reviews

Dimensions: 16.3 x 4.6 x 13 inches | Weight: 5 kg or 11 lbs | Platter Material: Plywood and felt mat | Speed: 33 – 45 rpm | Phono Preamp: Yes | Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

Pro-Ject Audio Systems is a familiar name when it comes to Bluetooth turntables. Especially if one is looking for some of the absolute best Bluetooth turntables available at this time. Pro-Ject has an extremely good reputation. Their products are known to be top of the drawer, high-quality sound producers. The Pro-Ject JukeBox E is certainly one of those and much more. The JukeBox E is available in three different colors, red, white, or black. If you want something a bit under the radar and classy looking you can go for the white or black colors. While the red color attracts a lot of attention. It is a lot more flamboyant and bolder than the other options.

This is an all in one turntable. This basically means that the Pro-Ject JukeBox E can be a record player, a phono stage, a pre-amplifier, and a power amplifier along with a Bluetooth turntable. Pro-Ject has tried making this all in one type of turntable before but it was not quite as successful as the JukeBox E. This is a much more upgraded version of that idea. The JukeBox can be controlled and used via a remote. This adds significantly more ease of use to this product. There is no automatic changing of speeds from low to high rpm. This may end up scaring away a lot of entry-level turntable buyers. But this is also a feature that many enthusiasts and long-time turntable or record playing veterans adore.

The veterans can use this manual setting to get the best sound quality possible out of their turntable. There is also the fact that many people just prefer doing this manually rather than having the machine do it automatically. The hands-on approach has a charm of its own. The sound quality is brilliant. This is a Pro-Ject Audio systems product after all. There will be no compromise on the sound quality. However, to get the highest quality that this turntable can give you have to pair it up with a speaker that properly supports it. This is a rather picky item in terms of what the speaker will work best with it. You have to put in some time to find the best one for it.

This being an all in one turntable, you only need a speaker to complete your sound system. All the rest is given to you by the JukeBox. However, giving all of these all in one quality certainly carries a hefty price. This is one of the high-end Bluetooth turntables in this list of the best Bluetooth turntables. If you do have the budget to buy a top of the line turntable, then the Pro-Ject JukeBox E will not disappoint you. Just choose a compatible speaker and you will enjoy some of the finest music you have ever heard.

5. Audio-Technica AT-LP60X

Budget Friendly Pick

  • Very modestly priced
  • Stylish design
  • Automatic functionality
  • Built-in phono preamp
  • Sound quality could be better

3,008 Reviews

Dimensions: 14 x 3.8 x 14.7 inches | Weight: 2.6 kg or 5.7 lbs | Platter Material: Aluminum | Speed: 33 – 45 rpm | Phono Preamp: Yes | Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

Audio-Technica is a well-known brand of manufacturers when it comes to audio equipment. Headphones, microphones, speakers, Bluetooth turntables, etc. Audio-Technica has been making all sorts of sound-related products for some time now. The Audio-Technica AT-LP60X is basically a slightly upgraded version of the Audio-Technica LP60. There is not a whole lot of difference in the features of both the models.

The Audio-Technica AT-LP60X sports a stylish look. It is a compact and solid piece of equipment. The low weight of the AT-LP60X gives makes it easily moveable. The dust cover also adds to its stylish look. The built-in phono preamp works nicely at the levels it supports. However, there is not an option to upgrade the phono preamp. Since it is an in-built phono preamp you cannot change it. The platter is made of aluminum. This allows for easy rotation of the record.

The Audio-Technica AT-LP60X produces some well-balanced and articulate sounds. It is easy to enjoy and listen to all the instruments being played. However, the sound could have been made more solid especially in higher notes. That being said, the sound it produces is quite clear and easy to hear. While it will not be a competitor to some of the more expensive models, it is definitely a really good buy for anyone looking to get into Bluetooth turntables. The automatic functionality of the needle is also a big plus. It saves you the hassle of placing the needle in the optimal position for the song manually. That is done automatically.

The Audio-Technica AT-LP60X is actually a groundbreaking product. Not with its sound quality or a number of features, but simply because of its price. This has to be the most modestly priced Bluetooth turntable that gives such good quality sound as well as being user friendly. Installation Is easy and usage is even easier.

Ace Luke


Ace Luke is a Washington Accord certified computer engineer with a keen interest in gaming and reviewing computer hardware since childhood.