Enhance your contemporary space and listen to music with this Victrola Woodland Bluetooth speaker credenza. The integrated 80-watt speaker with RCA and HDMI ports lets you connect and enjoy high-quality audio coming from your TV or turntable, while the Bluetooth support offers wireless streaming from a smart device. This Victrola Woodland Bluetooth speaker credenza features two compartment shelves that you can use for storage.
Features amplifier, digital player and Bluetooth audio receiver for a variety of entertainment options.
80W total output power
For sound you can enjoy.
2 speakers and subwoofer
Produce crisp, detailed sound.
Preset EQ settings
Include normal, rock, jazz and pop to enhance different musical genres.
Lets you adjust the sound for optimal performance.
Include audio line-in, SPDIF, HDMI and USB.
Include DC power.
Enables you to operate functions from a distance.
Victrola 80W Audio System
Number Of Speakers
80W Audio System
Total Power Handling
Normal, Rock, Jazz, Pop
USB Type A
Remote Control Included
Additional Accessories Included
Audio cable, remote control, power cable, screwdriver, pen, 4 screws, 2 batteries, 4 support legs, tipping restraint kit
This is a nicely built console and looks really good. It's solid, heavy and doesn't seem cheap at all. I got it half off on sale so I think it was a decent value but I wouldn't pay full price for it. At 80W I wasn't expecting a lot of power but I thought it would sound better. It can be a little tinny sounding. I played music through a bluetooth connection from my phone which sounded worse than a connected tape player via RCA connection.
My biggest disappointment in it is that I bought it because it has two USB inputs. I mistakenly assumed I could attach my USB output turntable and USB output tape deck. The only thing it will play from USB is a memory stick with music pre-loaded on it. It does not recognize the attached USB components. It has a HDMI port so I suppose if you used it as a TV stand you could skip a soundbar and run your TV sound through it but I don't think it has much better sound than your TV speakers likely have.