The Lenco LS-410 combines the retro vinyl record player and the modern wireless technology streaming music. The addition of loudspeakers adds amplification, and the over package feels and looks nicer at the available price.
Lenco LS-410 – Review
It is easy to set up a record player, can be connected to an external Bluetooth speaker, and has an input for another music source.
At $260, the Lenco LS-410 has one of the best Bluetooth speakers that offer expansive, detailed, and muscular wireless streaming. However, there are some drawbacks, such as the tonearm and other controls not giving a solid feeling. The rotational speed also tends to wander a bit when playing the records.
Lenco LS-410 – Price and Availability
The Lenco LS-410 is available for $260 and packs a lot of techs for this modest price. You can access a multi-source system at once if you have a smartphone and vinyl record.
Lenco LS-410 – Design and Specifications
The Lenco LS -410 is not luxurious but more of a functional device with a properly constructed plastic, metal, and wood cabinet with no fault. The player stands on four feet to isolate the cabinet from vibration when the turn table is playing.
- 45 rpm and 33.3rpm for vinyl
- 4 speaker drivers powered by 50 watts
- Bluetooth 5 for streaming in wireless mode
- Stylus – audio technica moving magnet
- Dimensions of 192 mm x 425mm x 360 mm
- Motor is belt-driven
- Alluvium platter with a felt mat
- USB is not available.
- A sturdy plastic dust cover
The record player is easy to set up and play. You can access the turntable, belt-driven design by lifting the plastic dust cover. There is a profited straight tonearm with an Audio Technica cartridge. Below the tonearm is a control panel where you can find the on/off and input selection buttons.
The cabinet backside has power main source inputs, stereo RCA outputs, and an integrated on/ off phono stage. There is a 3.5 mm analog input of auxiliary connections.
Lenco LS-410 – Audio Performance
There is no better choice for a wireless speaker at this price than the Lenco LS-410. While the Bluetooth has an impressive low frequency, the bass sound does not get carried away with plenty of control in a mid-range performance. Unfortunately, listening to the vinyl record player is not the same with a less upbeat and phasey sound.
- Enjoyable Bluetooth sound
- Vinyl is uncertain and sounds bland in comparison
- Inconsistent rotational speed
The Lenco LS-410 record player is a well-finished system and good-looking product. However, its drawbacks outweigh the positive features. The turn table is lacking though you are getting an excellent Bluetooth speaker.