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Best looking retro Bluetooth speakers

If you want the best looking nostalgia and retro speakers - but you like the high tech Bluetooth approach, take a look at these.
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By Eileen Brown on
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1 of 9 RareBlue

RareBlue Vintage speaker $218.00

The RareBlue Vintage speaker looks like an Art Deco museum piece. It is made from walnut veneer and delivers a powerful 30W amplification. It does need to be connected to AC power to deliver that amount of sound.

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2 of 9 Lofree

Lofree poison EP 203 speaker $109.98

A blend of 1950s old radio and Bluetooth technology, the Lofree poison has 2 x 10 watt amplifiers, acoustic bass enhancement and a built-in Nuvoton DSP to pack a punch from a small speaker.

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3 of 9 Rerii

Rerii retro wooden speaker $59.99

The Rerii gets its vintage look by its handcrafted walnut exterior. It is rechargeable and will give up to 15 hours playing time with its 8W amplifier.

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4 of 9 Victrola

Victrola Wall mounted VRS-2100 speaker $68.28

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5 of 9 Tewell

Tewell RetroRock speaker $49.99

The Tewell RetroRock speakers deliver 24W from 2 x 12W drivers and deep bass. This is not a portable speaker but needs AC power to operate.

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6 of 9 Art+Sound

Art+Sound AR3002 Bluetooth speaker and radio $48.77

The Art+Sound Ar3002 Bluetooth speaker also has an FM radio in the case with a rotating knob. There is an aux jack for direct line in if you prefer your audio down the wire.

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7 of 9 Marshall

Marshall Acton M-ACCS-10126 $214.97

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8 of 9 Victrola

Victrola Gramophone Symphony speakers $89.99

The Victrola gramophone symphony speakers are reminiscent of an old gramophone speaker horn. They are right up to the minute though with a rechargeable battery for 12 hours playing time, a 25W amplifier and a subwoofer.

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9 of 9 Noizzy Box

Noizzy Box-XL Vintage speaker $49.99

The Noizzy Box-XL Vintage is a rechargeable speaker with up to six hours playing time. It has an FM radio and LED volume lights. Poor sound quality lets this speaker down.

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