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Plugging my turntable to surround sound system wirelessly?

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Hi, I have this little turntable that I'd like to connect to my surround sound system wirelessly. Right now it is connected through a RCA cable from 'line out' in the back, to my surround sound receiver. Turntable has bluetooth but just for input. Is there a bluetooth connector out there that I can plug in to my 'line out' and another one to my receiver? Tks
 

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Your turntable has Bluetooth input?? That makes no sense. In fact, your whole post doesn’t make a lot of sense.

there are Bluetooth to audio and audio to Bluetooth converters, if that’s what you’re asking.
 

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Thanks for your charming reply. Yes I have a turntable that also has the radio and bluetooth input. What is so weird about that. Again thanks for your.. help :/
 

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A Turntable is ancient (vinyl records?) and Bluetooth is new.
A turntable is a mechanical device. A device that has inputs is probably an amplifier, not a turntable.
 

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I have a turntable that also has the radio and bluetooth input. What is so weird about that
It seems weird because I can think of no use for a radio or Bluetooth input on a turntable, which normally has only outputs for the turntable signal.
Does the turntable also have an amplifier and speaker (which more commonly is referred to as a record player, not a turntable).
 

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50 to 60 years ago some people had a stereo console that had a record player, amplifier, two speakers (too close together for stereo) and even had space for some old records.
 

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This is all like saying “I have a hammer with a violin and a bicycle pump built in”.
 

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