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CES 2023: Victrola Expands Sonos Certified Product line with 2nd Wireless Turntable

Victrola has announced a second wireless turntable, the Stream Onyx that can play music through Sonos wireless speakers. Check out the details.

Victrola Stream Onyx Turntable Lifestyle

Victrola has unveiled the Victrola Stream Onyx at the 2023 CES. This is a streaming turntable that builds on the foundation of its Stream Carbon wireless turntable which was released in September 2022. 

The Onyx is certified as a Works with Sonos Product. Just like the Carbon, the Onyx is a wireless vinyl listening solution that allows users to enjoy their favorite records through their entire Sonos system, with no additional equipment required.

Victrola Stream Onyx Turntable Angle

From Scott Hagen, Victrola CEO: “The Victrola Stream Onyx is the next product in our assortment of Works with Sonos high-performance turntables…We have maintained all the amazing DNA of the Victrola Stream Carbon, with a few alterations in the materials and finish so that we can this awesome solution to even more Sonos homes around the world.”

Setup and Use 

The Victrola Stream App (iOS and Android) provides quick setup and connects the two-speed, belt-driven turntable wirelessly to a Sonos system in seconds. 

Victrola Stream Onyx Turntable Top
Victrola Stream Onyx Turntable Front and Rear

STEP 1: Download the Victrola Stream app and follow the step-by-step installation guide.

STEP 2: Assemble the Onyx Turntable by following the instructions in the Victrola Stream app.

STEP 3: Plug in the Turntable to power and connect to Wi-Fi Network (have your Network login info handy). 

STEP 4: Connect your Victrola Stream Onyx to your Sonos system using the Victrola Stream app instructions.

STEP 5: Start streaming directly from your Victrola Stream Onyx using the Sonos App.

Once setup is complete, Stream Onyx integrates with the Sonos app for control. The built-in illuminated control knob can be used as a centralized volume control for an entire Sonos system and selected playback groups.

  • Victrola Stream Onyx’s build materials differ from Victrola Stream Carbon but still provide a premium look, feel, and experience.
  • The Onyx has an aluminum tonearm with a custom-designed removable headshell that is fitted with a premium Audio Technica cartridge. 
  • The turntable has an easily adjustable counterweight that enables the correct downforce for dynamic frequency response and increased clarity. 
  • Traditional stereo speaker systems can also be used in combination with a Sonos sound system via the turntable’s RCA outputs.

Tip:  The Stream Onyx works with any compatible Sonos speakers and sound bars (Arc, Beam, Ray)

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Victrola Stream Onyx Turntable Side Tonearm
AT-VM95E cartridge


  • Mobel Number: VPT-2000-BLK-ATE
  • Turntable Type: Belt Drive
  • Platter: Die-Cast Aluminum
  • Speed Options (RPM):33-1/3, 45 
  • Cartridge: AT VM95E
  • Tonearm Length: 225mm
  • Overhang: 18.5 mmm
  • Tracking Error Angle: <2 Degrees
  • Wow & Flutter: Less than .175 dB
  • Connections: Wireless (802.11A/B/G/N/AC), Wired (10/100 Ethernet)
  • Audio Outputs: RCA (built-in preamp)
  • AC Power: 100-240V/50HZ/60HZ
  • Exterior Construction: Aluminum Tonearm, MDF (Medium Density Fireboard), Plastic
  • Color Finishes: Black
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 13.58 x 16.93 x 4.37-inches)
  • Weight (with dust cover): 12.13 lbs 
Victrola Onyx Turntable with Sonos Speaker Lifestyle

Availability and Pricing

The Victrola Stream Onyx turntable will be available for pre-order in the U.S. on January 7th at Amazon and, as well as at Best Buy, Crutchfield, Abt, Listen Up, NFM and WWS for $599. Units will ship and be widely available in February, and Victrola plans to distribute in Europe later in 2023. 

Tip: The Stream Onyx is $200 less than the Stream Carbon which is available at and Crutchfield

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