DIY project: streaming music on vinyl

I am an audio enthusiast, I like innovation and new technology. But in the audio space I am also very much a ‘hybrid’ guy. I like the analog HiFi equipment from the '70s, I like DAC’s and streaming technology, and I like to make combinations.

So for one of my projects I liked to make such a hybrid setup. Here’s what products I took to start with:

This is what I added:

  • Arylic Up2Stream Mini v3, wireless modules to get the Philips MFB speakers connected.
  • Arylic S10 streamer box as a hub between the MFB speakers, the turn table and any music streaming service.

The setup I created looks like this:

Speakers: The Up2Stream Mini’s have been integrated inside the Philips MFB. They are active and have their own PSU and Amp. So power for the Up2Stream was no issue. The WiFi antenna was led to the outside of the speaker casing (backside) for good WiFi signal.

Turntable: The Lenco L-3808 has its own pre-amp built-in. The audio-out of the Lenco is connected to the audio-in of the S10. But since the S10 is so small, it can easily be put out of sight. This way the turntable does not need any amplifier near by, and can be put at any location with a wall plug nearby. (Women will love that!) The Lenco has a switch on the backside, it should be positioned to ‘LINE’. This way the signal from the Lenco will be pre-amplified. Enough to work with the S10.

Configuration: The 4Stream App is used to configure the right setup of the S10 and the 2 MFB speakers. On the left screenshot you can see (from top to down) the Lnceo HUB which is the S10, the left MFB and the right MFB speaker. In the right screenshot, they have al been combined to one system. Note; its important to start with the S10/Lenco HUB, and add the two MFB speakers to the Lenco HUB. This way, the S10 will be the combining hub for all ways of playing music.



Let’s play music now!

  • Streaming music: Start music from for instance Spotify, and choose ‘Lenco HUB’ as your speaker. Music will sound from the MFB speakers.
  • Streaming vinyl: Put a record on the Lenco turn table, and switch the music source in the 4Stream App, from ‘WiFi’ to ‘Line’ (see screenshot below). Or use the remote control that comes with the S10 and just push the LINE button on the remote.


If you like streaming and vinyl on turntables, I guarantee this is a fun project and friends visiting you will be astonished.
Have fun and enjoy!


Bonjour kolkmaker

Ton montage est très intéressant, j’ai vu quelque part sur le forum qu’il n’y avait trop de décalage quand on utilisait les modules de cette façon là, avec un module pour chaque voix dans la même pièce. Peux-tu me dire si c’est un phénomène que tu as constaté ou non.


Bonjour Yvesma, excuse me but my French is not that good. So I translated your text into English:

Your setup is very interesting, I saw somewhere on the forum that there was too much lag when using the modules in this way, with a module for each voice in the same room. Can you tell me if this is a phenomenon that you have observed or not.


I think your question is, whether I experience any time lags when streaming from vinyl.
Sure, there is some. The signal coming from the turntables’ cartridge is analog and has to be converted into digital by the S10. This conversion creates a delay.
But if I look at what happens when you put up a record … as soon as I put the needle on the vinyl, streaming music is playing within 0.5 - 1 seconds. To me that is not an issue. Playing records this way is a great experience!

Thank you for the extremely helpful articles on streaming music on Vinyl. I would be grateful if you could advice how to connect an analogue Audio Técnica vinyl player to a play onto Sonos One speaker.

Hi David,
I’m pretty sure that the Arylic gear won’t talk to Sonos, you might need something like a Sonos Port to hook up to your turntable.


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Ive been doing something very similar with the Mini V3 except that ive connected an Arylic HD to my RME ADI-2FS and listening on a HEDD and Focal Radiance headphones at my desk whilst i work and I must say that the close listening sound is truly musical.
at least I’m getting some exercise by flipping the Vinyl over unlike streaming services.

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Like @Steve1 and @C3pored mentioned, you can not directly connect a turntable to a Sonos One. Sonos One can only connect with another device wirelessly.

To create a wireless turntable you need a turntable with a RIAAA pre amplifier (some Aufdio Technica models have that, but about your I don’t know since you didn’t mention the model). And you need to add a WiFi module that can convert the analog turntable signal to digital and then function as a transmitter to stream that wirelessly to a wireless speaker.

If built with the Arylic products, it is quite simple. Add a S10 to the turntable, and set it to Line-In mode, and add any Arylic powered speaker to that.

If you want to use a Sonos one, you will also need to add a module to your turntable. But it needs to be a Sonos product like the Sonos Port. This product costs €449,- compared to the (currently) $69,- for the Arylic S10.