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Sony PSLX310BT (Black) Bluetooth Turntable (free P&P) £179 at Richer Sounds
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Sony PSLX310BT (Black) Bluetooth Turntable (free P&P) £179 at Richer Sounds

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Posted 9th Jun
For those that may have found vinyl records lying around during lockdown here's a top rated deck that will pair with your existing bluetooth speakers to bring those records back to life - no need for wires or an additional amp; literally plug and play and relive your youth.

Use the voucher TT20 to reduce this "What Hi-Fi 5 Star" reviewed Bluetooth turntable by £20 to £179 delivered.


”For anyone wanting a fully automatic deck with built-in phono stage, the Sony PS-LX310BT is one of the best we’ve heard.”– ‘What Hi-Fi’ – 5 Star review. Tested at £200

Bluetooth connection
Featuring a Bluetooth connection, the Sony PS-LX310BT is perfect for playing vinyl through a Bluetooth speaker. Wireless connectivity also makes it ideal for when you want the deck on the other side of the room to your hi-fi or speaker system.

Or wire it up – with built-in phono stage
For the best sound, a wired output is also standard. Thanks to the built-in phono stage, you can plug this into any AUX input on your system.

Quality sound
Quality design and engineering gives the Sony PS-LX310BT excellent sound. The belt drive system drives an aluminium platter, giving precise speed consistency and vibration control. The newly designed tonearm features an aluminium main tube for the perfect combination of lightweight and rigidity – meaning it tracks the groove accurately for low distortion sound.

Selectable gain
Sometimes switching to vinyl can mean having to turn the volume up or down to compensate for a different signal level from your other music sources. With the PSLX310BT, a switchable gain control gives you a permanent solution. Simply switch the output between Low/Mid/High for the perfect level for your system.

Automatic for ease of use
with fully automatic playback, you can sit back and not worry about damaging your precious vinyl or the stylus. Simply press play and let the tonearm lower itself, lift at the end of the record and return to its rest – automatically.

Hear your vinyl the hassle-free way, with the Sony PS-LX310BT.
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japes09/06/2020 18:57

Mmmmm, immerse yourself in the warm velvety sounds of vinyl through lossey …Mmmmm, immerse yourself in the warm velvety sounds of vinyl through lossey compression of Bluetooth.


Except you can plug it into a analog input in on amplifier too. Maybe take some time and read about it, it’s a good turntable.

it’s all about options and this has more than any other turntable on the market.
Edited by: "jaypr" 9th Jun
Mmmmm, immerse yourself in the warm velvety sounds of vinyl through lossey compression of Bluetooth.
Edited by: "japes" 9th Jun
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These are great entry level turntables with massive versatility. It’s a well reviewed turntable that’ll do pretty much everything.

It’ll:

connect directly to your Bluetooth headphones/earphones
connect directly to your Bluetooth speakers
connect to your old 70s amplifier with a phono stage
connect to your old 90s amplifier when they removed the phone stage
connect to mini/midi/micro system with an aux input
Mmmmm, immerse yourself in the warm velvety sounds of vinyl through lossey compression of Bluetooth.
Edited by: "japes" 9th Jun
japes09/06/2020 18:57

Mmmmm, immerse yourself in the warm velvety sounds of vinyl through lossey …Mmmmm, immerse yourself in the warm velvety sounds of vinyl through lossey compression of Bluetooth.


Except you can plug it into a analog input in on amplifier too. Maybe take some time and read about it, it’s a good turntable.

it’s all about options and this has more than any other turntable on the market.
Edited by: "jaypr" 9th Jun
I have this, the sound is amazing via blue tooth, it all depends what you connect it to I suppose

Paid £155 from Hughes (20% ebay code)

The only downside is that some Vinyl, even new sometimes jumps a bit as you cannot adjust the weight on the arm

If I had the room to connect it direct I would have bought a Project Essential III for around £250, but this was the best option as I needed the blue tooth due to space.
jaypr09/06/2020 19:05

Except you can plug it into a analog input in on amplifier too. Maybe take …Except you can plug it into a analog input in on amplifier too. Maybe take some time and read about it, it’s a good turntable.it’s all about options and this has more than any other turntable on the market.


I did read, and the USP is Bluetooth .... The phono connection is additional to this and not the main sales pitch. There are better turntables at this price point (or lower) and Bluetooth transmitters are very cheap if you need that 'option'
japes09/06/2020 19:32

I did read, and the USP is Bluetooth .... The phono connection is …I did read, and the USP is Bluetooth .... The phono connection is additional to this and not the main sales pitch. There are better turntables at this price point (or lower) and Bluetooth transmitters are very cheap if you need that 'option'


Yes, it has Bluetooth, but it’s so much more than that, but you chose to ignore that part.

I’m not saying they’re aren’t better turntables, but there’s certainly none with all these features in one device.
The only one similar to this on features and price when i looked was an Audio Technica, but I went with Sony for reliability and when i crossed checked them, the Audio Technica was a lot lighter which suggested less build quality ?
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InTheKnow44409/06/2020 20:38

The only one similar to this on features and price when i looked was an …The only one similar to this on features and price when i looked was an Audio Technica, but I went with Sony for reliability and when i crossed checked them, the Audio Technica was a lot lighter which suggested less build quality ?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Audio-Technica-AT-LP60XBT-Automatic-Belt-Drive-Turntable/dp/B07MVYJF38/ref=asc_df_B07MVYJF38/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=310685492297&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8272190001818994344&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9046434&hvtargid=pla-665973656099&psc=1&th=1&psc=1


I'd trust Audio Technica over Sony for turntables. They produce far more, and are much more invested in cartridge manufacturing.
Reversing into the future.
Supports SBC and aptX.
Great price
reubenno09/06/2020 22:32

I'd trust Audio Technica over Sony for turntables. They produce far more, …I'd trust Audio Technica over Sony for turntables. They produce far more, and are much more invested in cartridge manufacturing.


Sony have been manufacturing turntables for decades, I still have a fully working Sony PS-x30 I got secondhand as student in 1980 it's bulletproof. Audio Technica are a primarily a cartridge, microphone and headphone maker and only relatively recently ventured into USB turntables. They will have sold a tiny fraction of the decks Sony been selling since the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties when vinyl was at it's height.
I now use a Rega Planar 3 for my vinyl collection.
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