Victrola Premiere V1 is an affordable all-in-one turntable system

Victrola Premiere V1 is an all-in-one vinyl sound system
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Getting into vinyl can be daunting – but it doesn't have to be. While you can deep dive into turntable cartridges, phono preamps and the like, you can also just get up and spinning with a plug-and-play, all-in-one solution. And a turntable maker with over 10 years' experience is getting into the game.

The Premiere V1 from Victrola is a turntable with built-in stereo speakers and an accompanying 6.5-inch wireless subwoofer. You don't have to worry about having the right connections and cables – just stick a record on and start enjoying the music.

But it does more than just play vinyl. Thanks to its Vinyl Stream technology, it can send the music it is playing wirelessly to a Bluetooth speaker or pair of headphones. And with its optical input, it can connect to your TV or home stereo. 

You can switch the input using the illuminated dial, while the patent-pending anti-vibration tech should mean records don't skip during playback. A removable dust cover and wireless remote complete the package.

Victrola Premiere V1 is an all-in-one vinyl sound system

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The turntable has a metal platter with silicone slip mat, along with a metal tonearm with adjustable counterweight and anti-skate features – all of which should protect your vinyl while ensuring the turntable lasts for years to come.

The Victrola Premiere V1 turntable system is available now, priced £399 (about $500 / AU$700).


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Joe Svetlik

Joe has been writing about tech for 17 years, first on staff at T3 magazine, then in a freelance capacity for Stuff, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Men's Health, GQ, The Mirror, Trusted Reviews, TechRadar and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include all things mobile, headphones and speakers that he can't justifying spending money on.