Wrensilva’s Standard One is a sleek, modern console record player with classic looks and wireless connectivity.
This isn’t the first time Wrensilva — formerly Wren HiFi — has created this type of product. The Standard One is described by the company as a simplified version of its M1, a similar but larger product released last year. The Standard One is built with hand-selected woods, and is available in walnut or rift white oak finishes, and as they are built in-house, each model will be slightly different, making it as unique as hand-built furniture. The console even features a built-in storage compartment for your favorite vinyl records.
It is handmade in San Diego, California, and inside we find a record player with a fully decoupled belt-driven turntable, a pair of Wrensilva C80M 8-inch two-way speakers, and 300 WPC output power. Bluetooth connectivity compatible with APTX, optional WiFi via Sonos Connect for online streaming, an input jack 3.5 mm and three analog jacks to connect old sound equipment we have at home is included.
Additionally, the preamplifier output allows us to connect any modern AV receiver we want, then regardless of the integrated amplifier and using our own.
Standard One can be purchased on Wrensilva’s official site, made to order for $6,900.