See President Obama’s record player in new White House photos

The First Family are the subject of a new profile with the magazine Architectural Digest

President Barack Obama‘s record player setup in the White House has been revealed as part of a new magazine profile with the US President’s family.

Obama has been vocal about his love of music throughout his eight years in the Oval Office, most recently disclosing a short list of his favourite rappers – Kendrick Lamar and Chance The Rapper were named as his current top choices.

In a new profile with Architectural Digest, the President and his family’s “stylish private world” within the White House has been documented as Obama prepares to leave the Presidential residence in January. As The Vinyl Factory reports, the President’s choice of record player features in a short slideshow video that accompanies the profile.


A Reddit user has identified the record player as a Denon DP-300F (valued at £250), which appear to be connected to a set of wireless Bluetooth Kanto YU5s.

See Obama’s record player setup below, via FACT.

Earlier this week, the President displayed his affection for Prince during a Halloween party at the White House on Monday (October 31).

Greeting a little boy who attended the party dressed as the late Minnesota artist, Obama began to sing Prince‘s hit ‘Purple Rain’ to him – video of the moment can be seen below.