Victrola BT Suitcase Turntable! Unboxing & REVIEW!

Finally we review the famous suitcase record player! Let’s take a look and see how it does!


I d K says:

I just have one question! Will this turntable be able to play a 12 inch record? Also great video! It was very helpful!

bobskie321 says:

At $50 that’s reasonable.

rebecca Sims says:

Ok so I just got mine to day and it won’t spin at all

Erika Chaparro says:

I recently got the same record player but mine keeps skipping around the songs on a brand new 33 rpm record. Do you know why?

PrinceBara says:

Sadly I received mine yesterday and I was excited to have something to play a cindy lauper vinyl I have but.. I noticed it made the vocals sound weird like a worn out cassette or VHS and I just didn’t like this thing so I sent it back :/ maybe someday I can get a vintage one or something better in the future if I ever feel like picking up this hobby. Nice video though! Maybe I was just unfortunate but the sound was bugging me so much lol

Will Taplin says:

I have one of these and I know everyone complains about the speakers, but I was wondering if the sound is comparable to the players of the 50s and 60s that these are based on?

Daria says:

Is it possible to exchange the needle?

roadtripboy says:

I just wanted to add, don’t pay any attention to the brand name on these. No matter what brand name is on it they’re made by Funai. Funai owns the rights to lots and lots of old brand names and uses they willy nilly on their products. Buy this unit by price.

Miguel Hernandez says:

Dumb question but will it damage the record/vinyls?

Laura Corbett says:

Today I got paid so I’m gonna go to Walmart and get a Visa card so I can order the Victrola suitcase record player I want online from EBay

Richard Ashton says:

Are you not a slip mat fan?

jackelofnar says:

Basically a relabed Crosby

Damien Benedict says:

I bought mine at Wal-Mart for 34 bucks. I saw they were selling vinyls and I got excited and noticed they had these. Good start to getting back into vinyl. Only 33 but always listened to my parents old records and since I bought this I cant stop using it. Great review

Dark says:

For someone who does not want to spend a ton of money to discover how overrated the outdated and obsolete vinyl is this is a great deal and shortcomings of this crosley like turntable are acceptable for this price.

Bryan Castromero says:

Can you replace with aftermarket cartridges?

Cathy De Palma says:

As an old guy who has been playing records for going on 60 years, these budget suitcase phonographs are fine for what they are, except for the speakers, which are pretty awful. You can jack it into something with better speakers, but for that much trouble you can get a better rig for a few more dollars

WWE Figure Hunter says:

Hope you don’t mind me asking anything but,
I have a Mono remaster copy of Revolver by the Beatles, would it play the same? Would I have to change the needle? Also have the Let it Be stereo remaster, would I need any needle or anything for it?

Dylan Shah says:

How would u rate the sound quality from 1-10 and why? Thank you!!

Dena Greenwalt says:

Great review. Thanks for some great info!

Mc Shook says:

I just got the one you have but black and this helped me a lot since im a newb

Heyitzdory says:

mine its the same one but black and its amazing i recommend!

Thais Stylinson. says:

I want to sar into vinyls so, between a Victrola and a Crosley, which one is better?

Michael Boyce says:

RCA’s Trademark first for their first phonographs.

Starman says:

Thank you! Your videos are so informal and it really helped me out. Cheers!

Lian Buckman says:

So, this might be a first for you but I am a 13 year old boy who’s very interested in these amazing music makers. I’m wanting something for about 30-50 dollars. Do you think this is really worth the 50 dollars I would put into this?

Fuertesan says:

If you connect the device perhaps to a Bose Soundlink Mini, or other box and then listen to the whole ???

Jesse Robinson says:

I own one. They’re great players with great great sound.

Mik Sybrandt says:

Also sold under the names Crosley and Denver

PunkyPink85 says:

I managed to snag one of these for $16 and it’ll be here by the end of the week. I’m really excited. Thank you for the review. This helped a lot.

Sir Hats says:

It’s dumb how crosley got the rights to use victrola’s name because victrola was such a house hold name but now it a cheap crappy machine now

BeccaZ TØP says:

I’ve had my record player since last December so about 8 months now and it sounds slow songs on a 33 vinyl sound too slow. Not to where its unrecognizable but where it sounds very bad. It does the same for a 48 vinyl as well. It’s always sounded just a tiny but slow but its started to get very bad. What could this be?

rudyescobar13 says:

Can you connect these to a Bluetooth speaker instead of using the crappy speakers that come on these units?

SuperNickid says:

@Record-ology: Since a Victrola does not damage the Vinyl record, a Crossly Record player would also not damage the Vinyl record, Crossly Record player his made the exact same way as the Victrola. And if anyone that reply to this comment that his not the @ name mention above will just be ignore.

Laura Corbett says:

I’m getting one of those record players at the end of this month

Jordan Ware says:

How do you know which rpm to put it on?

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Erin Averyt says:

I love mine I’ve had no issues with it good sound and light weight and I love playing it

Lo Co says:

How do you know what speed to put the record player at

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