Make old-time elegance part of your space with this nostalgic Victrola wooden desktop radio. Finished with a carefully crafted layer of mahogany-tone wood, this unit hides modern speakers for high-quality stereo sound. Built-in Bluetooth and a 3.5mm audio jack make it easy to connect a variety of external devices to this Victrola wooden desktop radio.
Micro audio system
Features radio and Bluetooth streaming for a variety of entertainment options.
3W total output power
For sound you can enjoy.
Analog FM tuner
Lets you listen to your favorite stations.
One auxiliary input for non-Bluetooth devices.
Connect wirelessly from up to 33' away
Pair this speaker with your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device, including phones, tablets and laptops.
If you like old fashion, you should like this. Turn dial to get the fm station you want to listen to. The only problem with Bluetooth is it does turn off after 15 minute no use. The dashboard is lit up when "in use" for radio or bluetooth
I've had this speaker for three days now. I purchased it because the specifications indicate it has a remote, which it does NOT. Nevertheless, I decided to just use it in lieu of the hassle of returning, especially now. But - it constantly cuts out, skips, and it all around a crappy listening experience.
Does this radio have a classic look and surprisingly good sound? Yes, it does. Does it have blue tooth and good reception for FM radio as well as auxiliary input? Girlfriend, you know it does. Does it have AM radio? No, that's no B-roll. That's too specific. No AM radio. Do I answer questions with questions? Do I? Yes?