TEAC TN 300 CHERRY RED Turntable Record Vinyl Player £229 @ richer Sounds
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TEAC TN 300 CHERRY RED Turntable Record Vinyl Player £229 @ richer Sounds

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Found 15th Dec 2017
Great deal. I bought this a couple of months ago @ about £250 and it's a great bit of kit. Ideal for someone who is just getting into vinyl. Available in other colours also but the Cherry Red is the one that seems to be most popular and often out of stock...
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Looks pretty sweet.
Looks great, shame no grounding wire.
Looks good and good reviews, I wonder if many actually use the USB feature though?
tempt23 m ago

Looks great, shame no grounding wire.


Probably because it doesn't need one, not all TTs do. None of mine have one.
tempt27 m ago

Looks great, shame no grounding wire.



As it's powered by DC and is fitted with a phono stage pre-amp the 50hz hum shouldn't be present, so is a grounding wire required?
Have a white one of these, it's lovely. Great price. Heat.
andymagic6 m ago

As it's powered by DC and is fitted with a phono stage pre-amp the 50hz …As it's powered by DC and is fitted with a phono stage pre-amp the 50hz hum shouldn't be present, so is a grounding wire required?


Or I was thinking it might ground via the RCA cable shielding like the way Rega do it.
werewhelk14 m ago

Or I was thinking it might ground via the RCA cable shielding like the way …Or I was thinking it might ground via the RCA cable shielding like the way Rega do it.



On the Rega tables like this, do they output line level (built in phono stage) or straight from the cartridge, genuinely interested?

I've got an old Rotel turntable connected to a separate phono stage with the ground wire in place, the phono stage then outputs to 2 line level RCA's.
Always wondered....Is it pronounced Teek or Tee-ack?
Daves_mate58 m ago

Always wondered....Is it pronounced Teek or Tee-ack?



It's Tee-ack
andymagic1 h, 14 m ago

On the Rega tables like this, do they output line level (built in phono …On the Rega tables like this, do they output line level (built in phono stage) or straight from the cartridge, genuinely interested?I've got an old Rotel turntable connected to a separate phono stage with the ground wire in place, the phono stage then outputs to 2 line level RCA's.


Ive not looked at their range recently, but I don't know of any Rega with line level output, they need a phono stage AFAIK
"solid MDF construction" - sounds like it was written from the producers of Changing Rooms!

Looks nice but as I'm not interested in the USB function I think id save some money and go for this instead - richersounds.com/hi-…tml
Edited by: "futura" 15th Dec 2017
David238 h, 49 m ago

It's Tee-ack


Cheers mate! ... Phew! .. I haven't been embarrassing myself all these years then.
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