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April Clare Welsh
6 February 2023, 12:18

A new Sonos-compatible turntable is due for release this month

The turntable has been created by audio tech company Victrola and follows last year's Stream Carbon model

Sonos turntable

A new Sonos-compatible turntable by Victrola is due for release this month.

The Victrola Stream Onyx, which follows the release of last year's slightly more expensive Stream Carbon model, allows users to stream vinyl through their Sonos system. It's furnished with an aluminium tonearm, an Audio-Technica VM95E or an Ortofon OM 5E moving magnet cartridge, and an RCA output for regular non-Sonos speakers. 

The turntable is priced at $599.99 (around £490). Watch an intro video below and pre-order a turntable from the Victrola site here. Orders are due to ship on 15th February. 

Last year, Sonos ushered in "a more thoughtful era of streaming that prioritises quality over quantity" with the arrival of their new state-of-the-art subwoofer, which promises “powerful, balanced bass” and "cinema-quality sound".

In 2022, Sonos also launched a new voice control system for its speaker range, enabling users to control their music, including Sonos Radio and streaming apps, using their voice. They also rolled out a new affordable portable speaker, the Roam SL.