Fuse Vert Vertical Bluetooth Vinyl Player with FM Radio and USB

Fuse Vert vertical Bluetooth vinyl player not only works with your vinyl recorders, but also serves as a wireless Bluetooth speaker and FM radio. Like the versatile design? Let’s keep checking.

Fuse Vert Vertical Bluetooth Vinyl Player with FM Radio and USB

The Vert is beautifully designed and multi-functional Bluetooth turntable that measures 14″ wide by 9″ deep by 15″ tall and weighs 7 lbs. As shown in the images, the Vert features a 11″ vertical ABS platter that showcases your favorite vinyl records during playback. Meanwhile, the Ashtree wood veneer and round sides show off classic and natural aesthetics, while its built-in MDF box delivers a durable and solid construction.

With a ceramic audio-technica cartridge with diamond needle, the Bluetooth vinyl player lets you enjoy fine-tuned playback, and its tone arm is dynamically adjusted to ensure the tracking force is applied at the correct weight, so you will never worry about it damaging your records.

Fuse Vert Vertical Bluetooth Vinyl Player with FM Radio and USB

Furthermore, integrated Bluetooth speaker features two 2-inch 8Ohm 5W full-range drivers in order to produce balanced, detailed stereo audio. Using Bluetooth 4.1 technology and 3.5mm audio input, the Vert can also work with other external speaker systems.

Moreover, built-in FM radio with preset stations lets you enjoy your favorite radio stations. An extra USB port allows it to directly play MP3 music from a USB drive, and it also comes with integrated alarm clock, RCA line out and vibration camping feet.

The crowdfunding campaign for Vert is ongoing on Kickstarter. We can pledge $150 to preorder the vertical Bluetooth vinyl player. It will be shipped in December 2019. Update: the vinly record player has been available on Amazon for $179.99 USD.

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