There are myriad options when it comes to record players with speakers and turntables with speakers built in. Whether you're just starting out or you're ready to expand your record collection, you can gain some versatility by adding an all-in-one system. They're generally easy to move and relocate without excessive wires or expensive extras required to just start listening to your vinyl. Whether you are just starting out or you want to be able to play music in a separate space or even just in a small corner with headphones, a quality all-in-one record player is not an option you should dismiss. Sure, a low quality option will leave you disappointed, but if you take a chance with some of these great choices below, you might be pleasantly surprised. My record collecting began with a complete record player setup that I am very glad to have started with, but I have since also purchased an all-in-one record player that I can play in my loft and can relocate to my porch whenever the mood strikes me--an option I can't imagine living without.
The Best Turntable with speakers
Electrohome Signature All-in-one Vinyl record player (typically $199)
This powerhouse, classic style, record player is one of the highest selling all-in-one record players on the market for a reason. The pictures above may be misleading but this thing is a standout among all-in-one systems, weighing in at a solid 28lbs, and has power rarely seen in an option like this. When closed, it looks classic and discreet, but when you prop open the top it'll make your vinyl come to life. Boasting a plethora of options to play your music, the Electrohome Signature Vinyl Record Player also has usb input for converting your vinyl to MP3, AUX input so you can play music from other devices, a pop-out tray for CDs, and an AM/FM radio. The real draw for this system is the turntable though, it's fully automatic and it plays records at 33 1/3rpm, 45 rpm, and even 78 rpm... an option that not even my main record player (at 5 times the cost) can claim. So seriously, consider this option if you're looking for the best record player with speakers.
Best All-In-One turntables
TEAC LP-P1000 All-in-one vinyl record player with Bluetooth (Typically $250)
This TEAC all-in-one vinyl record player is certainly a standout option in the field. The key differences here are that the speakers are detached allowing for more separation of sound in a room. It also eliminates some of the concern about your needle skipping on the vinyl since the speakers aren't built into the same casing as the turntable. Although that's great for some, it also takes up a pretty large footprint and becomes a lot less portable, but it makes make up for that with power and sound. Among other bonuses, this system also has bluetooth connectivity making it almost limitlessly versatile in the world with Spotify and iPhones.
Jansen JTA-230 3-speed all-in-one vinyl record player (Typically ~$50)
I'm not going to defend this option as a high quality system, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention it's existence since it too is one of the highest selling all-in-one turntables out there. The reason for that is that it is extremely cheap and sometimes a low barrier to entry is what some people need to get them started with collecting vinyl. Almost anyone would tell you that it's low quality will more likely be a deterrent to listening to music on vinyl rather than a boon to the practice--but truthfully, if you are looking for audiophile quality turntables you should probably look HERE.
Record player with speakers
Crosley Nomad (typically $160)
If you're going to buy a Crosley, this is the one I'd buy. Truthfully, like many people who collect vinyl records, I generally don't get too excited about all in one record players or portable turntables--they just don't have the same power as my more robust stereo in my home. Whenever I see one of these Crosley Nomad turntables out in the wild though, I wish I had one for myself. I like the aesthetic, it's a pretty compact little unit that looks good just about anywhere you put it, and it fits just about anywhere, too. Like I said, it's not going to overwhelm you with powerful sound but, at the same time, that's not really the point.