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Listening to music on a vinyl record player is a musical experience that simply can't be replicated on digital speakers. If you've been into vinyl for a while, you probably would like the design choices in your home to reflect your passion for it.

Welcome to GetMojo, where we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we are going to present our top five retro record players to spruce up your home. Listening to music on a vinyl record player is a musical experience that simply can’t be replicated on digital speakers. If you’ve been into vinyl for a while, you probably would like the design choices in your home to reflect your passion for it. And if you are new to the hobby, sifting through information online to find out what makes a good record player may not be an easy task. That’s where we come in. We scoured the internet for record players with the most style that could still deliver crisp sound, and compared the specs and reviews of dozens of these models to bring you our top five record players to spruce up your home.

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The Front Runner

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The Victrola 8-in-1 Record Player is at the top of our list thanks to its classic wooden vintage look and the fact that it has all the functionality you could want. Not only can the turntable operate at three different speeds, but the player has all the offerings of a full multimedia center, including Bluetooth streaming, a cassette and CD player, AM/FM radio, and external speaker and headphone jacks. With this record player, you can always listen to music exactly the way you want to hear it, while adding to your room’s aesthetic.

The Comparable

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House of Marley Stir It Up Turntable

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Next up is the House of Marley Stir It Up Turntable. This turntable with a more minimalist design has a two-speed belt, a built-in pre-amplifier, a replaceable Audio-Technica cartridge for the stylus, and the capability to connect to a PC. House of Marley makes sustainability a high priority when making their products, so they use upcycled silicone for the slipmat, bamboo for the plinth, and hemp and organic cotton for the dust cover. If knowing that the products you use are made from sustainable materials is important to you, and you like the simple design, this is probably the turntable for you.

The Sleek One

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1 by ONE High Fidelity Belt Drive Turntable With Built-in Speakers

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Up next is another high-performing turntable, with a sleek design and superior audio quality. The 1 by ONE High Fidelity Turntable uses a magnet-type cartridge and adjustable counterweights to deliver warm and rich audio with no distortion. The turntable has two speeds, 33 and 45 RPMs, and a diamond-tipped Audio-Technica stylus cartridge that offers exceptional clarity. It also has the option for Bluetooth, so you can listen to your favorite music even if you don’t have the vinyl album for it quite yet.

The Gramophone Pick

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If you want your record player to be a major part of your room’s design and style, look no further than the LuguLake Record Player. This record player is definitely a statement piece, and sure to be a conversation starter in whatever room it’s in. It has two speakers on either side that are covered with floral designs, and the copper horn itself serves as a loudspeaker, delivering warm and realistic sound. The pre-installed belt drive has two speeds, but the unit also allows Bluetooth and USB connections, and has an FM radio and a 3.5mm audio jack.

The Budget Pick

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Finally, if you are looking for a record player with quality sound, but want to keep the price as low as possible, we have to recommend the Victrola Portable Suitcase Record Player. This player’s vintage suitcase look comes in a wide variety of colors, and can play 7”, 10”, and 12” records with premium sound quality — and can stream Bluetooth as well. Listen privately with headphones or use the built-in speakers to enjoy music with your fellow music aficionados. So, which record player do you think you will use to spruce up your home? Victrola came up as one of the most reputable brands in the industry, so any of their picks are a good bet. But if you want something a little bit sleeker, the House of Marley offers fine sound quality. Stay tuned to GetMojo for the most complete video product reviews!

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