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Posted 9 December 2022

Denon DP-29F Belt-Drive Turntable - £100.49 delivered @ AV.com

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The Denon DP-29F is an incredibly stable automatic turntable, featuring an MM phono stage and pre-fitted cartridge ensuring usability straight out of the box. Fully automatic playback allows you to sit back and relax in the knowledge that when your vinyl is finished, the arm will return to its resting position negating needle or record damage. The belt drive system and DC servo motor operate at both 33 and 45 rpm, enabling playback of various record types in your collection. The aluminium die-cast chassis produces equal inertial mass for enhanced stability for prime playback, reducing long-term wear on your vinyl. The Denon DP-29F is a no mess, no fuss player for those wanting an instant and reliable vinyl solution.


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Features

  • Works straight out of the box with any amp
  • Simple set-up process, easy-to-use and low maintenance
  • Fully automatic belt-drive turntable
  • A built-in MM phono stage and pre-fitted Moving Magnet cartridge
  • 33 and 45rpm operation modes gifts compatibility with a variety of records
  • Built-in phono stage for easy connection to any amplifier
  • Fully automatic playback, with auto arm return
  • Drive belt system with DC servo motor for 33 and 45rpm
  • Pre-fitted MM cartridge
  • Aluminium die-cast chassis

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    Really want one but apparently the new ones sounds are not great. Any recommendations
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    This looks very cheap, low quality.
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    Well everything is today, that’s just the way it is.

    That said it’s produces good quality sound and it’s a great first turntable.

    Personally, I’d go for a secondhand 1980s turntable like Dual, Acoustic Research, Sony, Denon, Yamaha or Technics which can be had for the same sort of money (although worth noting without warranty). Better quality for sure though.
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