If your parents had an all-in-one turntable in high school, it probably looked similar to the Crosley Ridgemont (which is pretty gnarly if you ask us). Inspired by the early 80s, this system was designed with entertainment in mind and includes everything you need to get the house party started all in one unit. The Ridgemont offers eight different ways to play music: three-speed record player (33 1/3, 45, 78 RPM), cassette player, digital radio, CD player, SD card reader, USB slot, aux in and a Bluetooth receiver so you can stream your digital music through the built-in stereo speakers. Of course, if you really want to jam, there’s an RCA output on the back of the unit that allow you to easily hook the Ridgemont up to an existing stereo system or speakers. Other features include a headphone jack, queuing lever and a smokey lid that helps keep dust off your vinyl records.