6 In 1 Nostalgic Entertainment Center Review

6 In 1 Nostalgic Entertainment Center Review featured imageThe 6 In 1 Nostalgic Entertainment Center

Memories, oh the memories. Taking out our vinyl records, listening to our favorite tunes over and over again. Those were the days.

Well, we can relive those memories once again thanks to Victrola and their 6 in 1 Nostalgic Entertainment Center. With a masterful blend of old and new technology we no longer have to settle for just digital sound. Now we can spin our vinyl!

I think you will see after reading our 6 in 1 Nostalgic Entertainment Center review the reason we made this one Editors Choice for the best retro record player with Bluetooth technology in our list of the best vintage record players on the market today.

Victrola was born in 1906 in Camden, NJ when first introduced to the American public by the Victor Talking Machine Company. Later they were purchased by RCA. 110 years later, Innovative Technologies acquired the trademark and revived the Victrola name. The Victrola Brand once again symbolize the same high-quality, nostalgic turntables of the past for this century’s music listeners of all ages. Just listen to all the features this vintage record player has.

I have mentioned in our other vintage record player reviews that those of you who are new to records and record players should familiarize yourselves with Innovative Technology. I wasn’t kidding. This is the second Innovative Technology record player that appears on our list of the best vintage record players, and its inclusion is justified.

Regarding price, the Innovative Technology Victrola 6-in-1 Entertainment Center is the middle ground between the Innovative Technology Victrola Portable Suitcase Turntable that started this list and the Innovative Technology Victrola 8-in-1 Wooden Music Center that we will look at below.

It sells for under $100 but offers performance very similar to that of the 8-in-1 Wooden Music Center. Within its beautiful wood finish rests a CD player, a cassette player, and an FM radio.

Although it doesn’t boast the versatility of its 8-in-1 counterpart, it does allow audiophiles to connect their smart devices via Bluetooth and an AUX input.

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Victrola Nostalgic Classic Wood 6-in-1 Bluetooth Turntable Entertainment Center, Mahogany

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$79.87 $99.99

Features

  • Three speeds. (33 ⅓, 45, 78 RPM)
  • Bluetooth capabilities up to 33 feet.
  • FM radio.
  • Built-in stereo speakers.
  • 3.5mm AUX input with cable included.
  • CD and cassette player.
  • Multiple colors and finish options.
  • Real wood construction.
  • Headphone jack.
  • Additional cable for connecting to Apple iPads and iPhones.

Pros

  • Unlike some competing products, the Innovative Technology Victrola 6-in-1 Entertainment Center can be connected to most Apple devices.
  • With Bluetooth capabilities up to 33 feet, this record player can play music from a device that isn’t even in the room.
  • This record player can be easily connected to an external sound system, though few customers have had reason to do so.

Cons

  • The cassette player with which this record player comes equipped does not feature an automatic rewind option.
  • Some who have purchased this record player online have seen it damaged during shipping, so make sure you scrutinize it when it arrives.

Bottom Line

It’s difficult to think of a reason not to purchase the Innovative Technology Victrola 6-in-1 Entertainment Center. I mean, sure, the cassette player’s lack of an automatic rewind function might be a bit of a pain in the neck, but who listens to cassettes these days anyway?

It’s a tad on the fragile side, but that won’t be a problem with proper care and maintenance. If you can overlook those minor drawbacks, what you see instead is an incredibly flexible record player which offers almost all the features of some popular high-end models at a fraction of the price.

Duke Taber is the owner of 3 successful websites and is now taking his skill as a writer and using it to help non-profit organizations and leaders around the world.