How To Connect Crosley To Bluetooth Speaker

How To Connect Crosley To Bluetooth Speaker?

How To Connect Crosley To Bluetooth Speaker? Using a Bluetooth speaker to play vinyl records cuts the cord between your music source and the turntable. This allows you to have more mobility and flexibility when listening to your favorite tunes.

The best way to connect a Bluetooth speaker to a Crosley is to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for pairing. This typically involves pressing and holding a button or combination of buttons until the light starts flashing.

Features Of Connect Crosley To Bluetooth Speaker

  • The Crosley Rondo CR3039A speaker comes with an impressive set of features that make it a highly reliable and efficient audio performance powerhouse. Its sleek design, durable construction, versatile connectivity options, and user-friendly interface ensure a hassle-free experience for all its users. This speaker also offers exceptional sound quality that reproduces audio with accuracy and depth, allowing you to enjoy all your digital music and content without any issues.
  • However, if you’re experiencing any difficulties while using this speaker, here are some troubleshooting tips that might help you resolve the issue:
  • 1. Check the audio source: Make sure the music that you are listening to is of high quality to avoid distortion or muffled sounds. 2. Adjust the equalizer settings: The sound quality of this speaker can be optimized with the help of its built-in equalizer settings. To access these settings, simply explore the device’s app or audio interface.
  • 3. Check the battery status: If you’re having a difficult time playing your favorite tunes with this speaker, it might be because of a low battery charge. If this is the case, simply charge it by connecting it to a PC, laptop, or 5V USB adaptor using its USB cable. The charging indicator will turn red while charging and green when fully charged.
  • 4. Try moving closer to the speaker: A weak or unstable Bluetooth signal may occur due to various factors such as obstructions or distance. To fix this, try moving your device closer to the speaker.

1. Turn the Function Switch to Bluetooth

There are a few things that you need to know before connecting your Crosley turntable to a Bluetooth speaker. First, you must make sure that your turntable is powered on and that the Function Switch is set to Bluetooth mode. Once you’ve done this, you can start to connect your turntable to a Bluetooth speaker.

The Bluetooth technology in your Crosley Rondo CR3039A speaker can transmit up to 10 meters (33 feet) of range without losing connection. However, the exact distance that you can achieve depends on several factors, including the environment and interference from other devices. If you are experiencing a loss of connectivity, try moving your device closer to the speakers or removing any objects that may be interfering with the signal.

You can also enable Bluetooth on your audio device by selecting the option from the Settings menu. Once you’ve enabled Bluetooth, the Function Indicator on your Crosley will begin to flash blue. Then, go to the Bluetooth settings on your audio device and search for CROSLEY CR8005F or a similar name to pair the two devices.

Once you have successfully paired your Crosley to a Bluetooth speaker, you can enjoy all of your favorite music in high-quality audio. Simply remember to keep the volume at a reasonable level and avoid listening to your music at volumes that can cause hearing damage.

2. Unplug any cable from the AUX IN jack in the back of the turntable

Bluetooth is the most popular way to wirelessly listen to music. It’s portable, easy to set up, and works across all devices. You simply pair a transmitter with a receiver and you’re ready to go. The best part about Bluetooth is that it doesn’t require cables or a Wi-Fi network. It’s the perfect solution for beach parties, camping trips or anywhere you want to take your favorite tunes with you.


Crosley has several Bluetooth-capable turntables, such as the Coda and Gig. These models can connect to a Bluetooth speaker and play your digital music files. To do this, you’ll need to follow these steps:

First, make sure that the speaker is on and has a good charge. You can do this by connecting it to a laptop or a 5V USB adaptor using the included cable. The charging indicator will turn red while the speaker is being charged and green when it’s fully charged.

Then, unplug any cable from the AUX IN jack in the back of the turntable. This jack is where you’ll usually find an auxiliary cable, which is a standard audio cable with two round connectors (male and female sides). It’s often referred to as the “aux” cable, although many cell phone brands have killed this connection off.

Finally, open the Bluetooth settings on your device and enable it to search for available speakers. Then select the Crosley CR3039A speaker and follow the instructions on your device to finish setting up the Bluetooth connection.

3. Plug the power cord into the power socket

The most important thing to do before connecting your Crosley turntable to a Bluetooth speaker is to plug the power cord into the power socket. This will make sure the record player has a constant supply of electricity, allowing you to play records on it indefinitely. It also means you can use your Crosley turntable anywhere, without having to worry about finding an electrical outlet.

Once the power cord is plugged in, you can connect it to your Bluetooth speaker. Connect the cable to one of the input jacks on your speaker, and then connect the other end of the cable to the power socket. Then, press the power button on your turntable to start listening to music.

You can connect your Crosley to any Bluetooth-enabled device if it supports the same audio format as your Crosley record player. You can also adjust the equalizer settings on your speaker to optimize the sound quality. However, you should note that any volume above 80 decibels can be harmful to your ears, so be careful not to listen too loudly. To avoid this, you should always wear ear protection when listening to your Crosley record player. You can find a wide variety of ear protection products online and at electronic stores.

4. Plug the other end of the power cord into the Bluetooth speaker

If the power cord is not plugged into the Bluetooth speaker, it will not be able to receive audio. Once you plug the other end of the power cord into the Bluetooth speaker, it will be able to play audio from your phone or other device via Bluetooth. This is a great way to listen to your favorite tunes without having to connect your Crosley to an external amplifier.

Some Bluetooth speakers also support audio input through USB. This method is less common but can be useful if you have a computer that does not have Bluetooth capabilities. To connect a Bluetooth speaker through USB, first make sure that the speaker is powered on and that it is set to AUX or Line-In mode. You may need to manually set the speaker as the playback device on your computer, depending on the model and operating system of your Bluetooth speaker.

If you are experiencing problems with sound quality, try adjusting the volume on both the speaker and your audio source device. You can also explore the equalizer settings on your speaker, if available, to optimize the sound. If you still have trouble, you can try moving closer to the speaker to improve the connection. Lastly, you can also try restarting your computer or Bluetooth speaker. Performing these simple troubleshooting steps can often resolve Bluetooth connectivity issues.


 If your Crosley record player features Bluetooth output, you can connect it to your wireless headphones, speakers, or other Bluetooth audio receiver. To do this, first, make sure the turntable’s function switch is set to the middle position (pictured below). The function indicator should now be flashing blue.

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