• Technics SL-1200MK5

    able, the SL-1200, which was superseded by the now-legendary SL-1200MK2--the "wheel of steel" as it's affectionately called. The MK5, boasting an upgraded motor and cool features like increased...

  • Music Hall MMF-2.2

    l, whose turntables are manufactured in Pro-Ject’s Czech Republic factory, is only 14 years old but has made quite a name for itself in that short time span. The MMF-2.2 is the perfect...

  • Audio Technica AT-LP120 USB

    120 USBs offers a secondary, cheaper option with features the SL-1200 does not have. With its modern look and integrated system, it’s one of the best-selling entry-level turntables on the...

  • Denon DP-300F

    many first time analog lovers, an automatic turntable looks very appealing. Unfortunately, it is hard to find one that does not compromise sound quality for convenience. The Denon DP-300F turntable...

  • Pro-Ject Debut III

    elative newcomer. But their great sleek-looking entry-level turntable, coupled with excellent pricing, have contributed to making the Debut III one of the biggest-selling beginner audiophile...

  • Pioneer PL-990

    nks to its built-in phono preamp, it easily integrates into your stereo system and will allow you to spin those records right out of the box! If you’re looking for a step up over CD and MP3, but ...

  • Stanton T.55 USB

    o you convert your existing investment in often-rare LPs into a quality-sounding digital audio file?  One solution is to purchase a high-quality computer audio card, recording software, and a...

  • Technics SL-1200MK5

  • Music Hall MMF-2.2

  • Audio Technica AT-LP120 USB

  • Denon DP-300F

  • Pro-Ject Debut III

  • Pioneer PL-990

  • Stanton T.55 USB

Marantz TT42P

Overview Unlike other low-cost turntables, the Marant TT42P doesn’t have a USB port for transferring vinyl to digital. It’s just plain and simply a great vintage-looking record player with modern features that will make beginners’ entry into the world of vinyl seamless. Since most modern day receivers don’t include a phono input, Marantz has upgraded […]

Technics SL-1200MK5

Overview In 1970, Panasonic introduced the world’s first direct-drive turntable, the SL-1200, which was superseded by the now-legendary SL-1200MK2–the “wheel of steel” as it’s affectionately called. The MK5, boasting an upgraded motor and cool features like increased anti-skate ability and a long-life que lamp, still offers one of the only motors capable of withstanding the […]

Music Hall MMF-2.2

Overview The MMF-2.2 is Music Hall’s most affordable turntable. Music Hall, whose turntables are manufactured in Pro-Ject’s Czech Republic factory, is only 14 years old but has made quite a name for itself in that short time span. The MMF-2.2 is the perfect introduction to the wonderful world of analog and in many ways, no […]

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Rank Item Rating
1 Technics SL-1200MK5 Read
2 Audio Technica AT-LP120 USB Read
3 Denon DP-300F Read
4 Pro-Ject Debut III Read
5 Music Hall MMF-2.2 Read
6 Marantz TT42P Read
7 Pioneer PL-990 Read
8 Stanton T.55 USB Read

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