A list of the best bluetooth enabled turntables you can find anywhere.
One important aspect to note when considering the purchase of a "bluetooth" turntable is that some allow you to play vinyl through bluetooth speakers, while other turntables with bluetooth compatibility (typically with built-in speakers) might only allow you to play bluetooth music from your phone through the turntable's speakers, but not vinyl from the turntable to bluetooth speakers. It's an important distinction and a question you should answer for yourself before you dive into the wrong choice for yourself.
The Best Bluetooth Turntable
I really like this option as my top pick for a bluetooth turntable because, as I've said elsewhere on this site, it's a great standalone turntable even without the bluetooth capability. The bluetooth capability is just an added bonus. You can use this turntable with a stereo you already have set up, you can plug it directly into powered speakers (because it has a built-in preamp), or you can easily connect it to bluetooth speakers by clicking the bluetooth button prominently showing on the front. As I see it, this is the best turntable to buy to connect to Bose speakers, and the closest you'll ever get to a Bose turntable.
Other Bluetooth Turntable options
This 3-speed Victrola bluetooth turntable from Innovative Technology is what I was talking about at the top of the page. It's labeled as a bluetooth turntable but it won't actually play your vinyl to bluetooth speakers, it just has the ability to play music from your phone, tablet, or computer through it's speakers through bluetooth, but you can't play your vinyl through separate bluetooth speakers. That said, it's a pretty highly rated turntable that will at least get your vinyl spinning.
This All-in-One Turntable Stereo boasts a plethora of playback options with it's built-in CD player, radio, and turntable... but it also has the ability to stream music from your phone, tablet, or computer through it's built-in bluetooth. It's a 3-speed turntable setup with hard-wired speakers that can be placed well away from the stereo unit (so as not to make the needle skip when the bass hits) and it it can play music so many ways it's one of the most versatile systems you could put in your home.