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Bush classic turntable reduced from £39.99 to £19.99 @ Argos
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Bush turntable in 4 different colours with very good reviews. Unique suitcase design, featuring a carry handle, so you can pack it up and take it with you. 3 speed control will acc… Read more
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Queue the usual "This will destroy your vinyl " claim, and then somebody giving an alternative that costs 10x the amount.
Better to buy an old Pioneer belt drive deck (PL-112) in good condition and pair with an Ortofon OM5 cartridge/stylus. First step into decent quality hifi.
Edited by: "Bargin.General" 17th Feb
If this is used to play any of the autotuned banality that clogs up the singles chart it's probably the stylus that will give up. I suppose it could be used to see if your vinyl is warped.
BattleBeast155 m ago

You really need to go a couple of hundred quid plus for something …You really need to go a couple of hundred quid plus for something good....those ion turntables are crap as well,some say they actually damage your vinyl....glad I never sold my trusty Trio/Kenwood system and kept my vinyl lol.


This is not true but seems to be a story that has stuck. All but the lowest quality suitcase systems are no worse than the old Amstrad and Saisho systems that 90% of people had back in the 80's or the Dansette record players of the 50's and 60's. Those cheap as chips needles did not damage records then or now. You pay the extra with high end stuff for fidelity and quality of sound reproduction not to stop albums having the grooves destroyed. My old Sanyo system from my youth never harmed my records and they still play well on my later bought higher quality Sansui system.
Dont want to ruin your vinyl collection . SME MODEL 30/12 GOLD TURNTABLE @ Nintronics
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Why risk ruining your vinyl collection with a sub £20 player . What price can you put on your vinyl collection .
swelsbyuk29th Dec 2017

#Gutted Paid £54,384.77 for it on Black Friday. Should have waited. That's …#Gutted Paid £54,384.77 for it on Black Friday. Should have waited. That's nine grand I'll never see again.


Can you return it for a refund? They may have extended returns policy over Christmas , like Argos. Just say it was a gift.
OOS at Tesco, ALDI and Morrisons. Quick search, then Asked for a price match at John Lewis - after consulting the manager they said I would have to apply online using their form. Unfortunately their "price match" form cant handle more than £9999.99! So missed out due to their cr4ppy website limitations. John Lewis need to up their game.
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aajax4231st Dec 2017

Oh yes you do. It has a pre-amp built in,plus the whole set up is crucial …Oh yes you do. It has a pre-amp built in,plus the whole set up is crucial to the tone and overall sound quality. Why else would anyone buy one. Looking for a decent dansette deck now.


Just looked at several sites and no mention of built in pre-amp and in fact 2 reviews told of connecting to external pre-amp and amp, so don't know where you are getting your info from, certainly not SME who don't mention pre-amp.
soldierboy00123 h, 50 m ago

shows how much you know, you don't have mid range on a turn table.


Oh yes you do. It has a pre-amp built in,plus the whole set up is crucial to the tone and overall sound quality. Why else would anyone buy one. Looking for a decent dansette deck now.
Thanks OP, bought a few as stocking fillers for next year
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Akai A60011NR Bluetooth Rechargeable Vinyl Turntable Briefcase Style Featuring Bluetooth Connectivity (Red) - was £32.49 now £14.72 (Prime) £19.47 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Enjoy the nostalgia of vinyl records combined with modern-day functionalities Plays 33, 45 and 78 RPM for varied album sizes and playing times Connects to any Bluetooth enabled d… Read more
Hmm, ours just turned up and only seems to play at 33 and 78... Anything REAL simple I'm missing? (Yes I have selected 45 where appropriate )
Edited by: "smudgelabsmate" 6th Jan
Just arrived, better quality than I thought and such a bargain! Sound is great! Haven’t tried Bluetooth yet. Thanks for the heads up on the deal!
Besford1 h, 32 m ago

Garrard SP25 was the deck of choice for us poor people in the late '60s / …Garrard SP25 was the deck of choice for us poor people in the late '60s / early '70s.


Owned one, first deck I owned along with an Amstrad amp. both had the wood surround, no remote controls in them days.
Furyous29th Dec 2017

Actually, the state of the art in record playback technology hasn't really …Actually, the state of the art in record playback technology hasn't really moved on since the 1980s. It was already a mature technology by that point, and in some respects it's gone backwards, particularly when it comes the availability and VFM of quality components.Some examples:- Technics released the SP-10 turntable in 1970. It's not really been bettered since (except the MkII version of the 80s).- Before that, the Garrard 301 (released in 1953 and in production for decades) is still much sought after and forms the basis of many high-end record replay systems today. - The Linn LP12 was released in 1973 and is still in production today. Again, recognised (somewhat more contentiously) as one of the best ever Turntable designs.- EMT broadcast turntables have been out of production since 1982, but again, are probably as good as anything at any price.- The SME V tonearm (still in production and recognised as a reference standard) was released in 1984.- The Rega RB300 tonearm (still in production and recognised as a reference for VFM) was released in 1983, and still features on very many mid-price turntables today, in much the same form.- Cartridge technology hasn't really advanced. Models are still available today (Denon, Goldring, Dynavector) which have remained unchanged for decades. The problem is that they cost much more than they used to because production volumes have been very low for a long time.Those are just a few examples. There are many more like it, and when well setup, those components will provide a very compelling alternative to the very best digital replay systems. The common factor is that, used or new, none are cheap.The thing with record playback is that it's mechanical, it's analogue, and it requires extreme precision. It therefore depends heavily on the quality of engineering and the quality of build/materials and construction, or else you'll just end up with a lot of distortion. It's not digital, and you can't shortcut performance with some moulded plastic and $0.01 integrated chips. What this Akai (yeah right) is is Junk. It will just about make a noise. It will damage your (not inexpensive) records in doing so. It will not track properly (just look at the reviews on Amazon). It will sound absolutely dismal, and it will convince most who listen that records are a vastly inferior playback medium, when actually they can be astonishingly good.


Garrard SP25 was the deck of choice for us poor people in the late '60s / early '70s.
15% off turntables @ Argos
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15% turntables, there are some items in clearance and sale that could stack with the code.
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boogoocom36 m ago

Selection is pretty much for kids. Those few I have checked are 10 - 20% …Selection is pretty much for kids. Those few I have checked are 10 - 20% overpriced compare to richer sounds or amazon.So kinda no point to buy it from argos with discount.


Argos is overall more expensive than other stores, I agree with that. But with clearance and code sometimes you get a decent deal. However, I am no expert on it, just posted over here in case anyone was interested.

I did however made a purchase in Argos when I wanted facility on payments. I have an Argos card but Amazon one I don't, so paying in full sometimes is hard.
Selection is pretty much for kids. Those few I have checked are 10 - 20% overpriced compare to richer sounds or amazon.
So kinda no point to buy it from argos with discount.
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birdseye179 m ago

No deal no heat


I am not an expert on turntables, that is why I left the link to the full list of turntables.

But let's say they have a Bush Turntable with Speakers - Black for £39.99, it was £69.99. With code goes to £34.
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Edit 25/1 - Bush Classic Retro Turntable (various colours) was £29.99 then  £19.99 & now £14.99 @ Argos
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Bush Classic Retro Turntable was £29.99 now £19.99 - now £14.99 - also in Red, Brown & Teal Gift for Valentines? Give your home a retro touch with this Bush classic bla… Read more
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smudgelabsmate25th Jan

Looks identical to the red AKAI we bought from from amazon. First returned …Looks identical to the red AKAI we bought from from amazon. First returned as turntable only spun at 33 and 78, second one received yesterday is going back due to two screws rattling around and just dreadful sound.



Does indeed look identical, just the name branding different, must all come from the same factory for different retailers.
Not tested my red Akai from amazon yet, a little cheaper than deal posted here but for £14.72 i am sure I will not be too disappointed with the extra features mentioned earlier.
JohnIIIrd20 h, 21 m ago

I came here for the "This will your ruin your record collection".


I came here for the "When did we start calling records vinyl?", still waiting on it. I hadn't thought about it until I read that for the first time now, now it irks.

Voted cold for the product and the pasting of the drivel from the Argos site.
Edited by: "Gordinho" 26th Jan
I came here for the "This will your ruin your record collection".
Use a sharp wood chisel and a paper cone.
Audio Technica LP3 (What HiFi Award 2017) £179 @ Richer Sounds
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One of the best sub £200 turntables on the market. To get anthing better it wont inlude a phono pre amp (as this does). What HiFi review 5/5 (2017) https://www.whathifi.com/audi… Read more
Its big brother the LP-5 is also a fantastic deal at the moment, £260 if using the RS 'best price guarantee' as Superfi are also advertising it at £265. Mine should be here before Christmas.
I would go for a Pro-Ject and a discrete photo stage, as they offer a (limited) upgrade path that this doesnt; but it is hard to beat this for the combination of sound quality and user friendliness.

One quibble, "Accessories" are optional extras, none of these meet that description, other than (perhaps), the lid; it is a bit like a car dealer advertising the engine, wheels and tyres as accessories.
Brilliant turntable, wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. Just wish it was this price when I bought it!
Lenco L-87 (White), L-88 (Walnut) and L-90 Turntables @ Lenco (fulfilled by Amazon) - from £112.99
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Updated to include L-90 at an even lower price... Now this is interesting.... not least because I noticed the prices had been dropped but also because this turntable looks to be a… Read more
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Looks like prices have now increased so going to expire....
busterdan12 h, 52 m ago

Each to their own, and whilst I agree that Project and Rega make good …Each to their own, and whilst I agree that Project and Rega make good turntables, it is perfectly possible to buy others that are not plastic tat and perform very well indeed.... Certainly no complains with my Teac.... this is a track ripped using the USB feature and Audacity.... (you might not like this track though) [Video]


Ohh, ouch.....
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Furyous39 m ago

"So these turntables are leagues ahead of the many crappy £70-£100 t …"So these turntables are leagues ahead of the many crappy £70-£100 turntables"I'm not so sure. This is not a 'real' Lenco - I'm not a particular fan of the marque, but it has a following and no Lenco aficionado would look twice. The real stuff died off in the 90s, at which point the company was sold, and it's really only existed since as a brand name.This particular model is just a generic budget Chinese turntable with some cosmetic customisation and a Lenco badge stamped on it.If you want a 'proper' budget belt-drive turntable, and you want to buy new, there are only two options: Project and Rega. Anything else is basically plastic tat. If it has a USB socket, or a line output, avoid.


Each to their own, and whilst I agree that Project and Rega make good turntables, it is perfectly possible to buy others that are not plastic tat and perform very well indeed.... Certainly no complains with my Teac.... this is a track ripped using the USB feature and Audacity.... (you might not like this track though)
"So these turntables are leagues ahead of the many crappy £70-£100 turntables"

I'm not so sure. This is not a 'real' Lenco - I'm not a particular fan of the marque, but it has a following and no Lenco aficionado would look twice. The real stuff died off in the 90s, at which point the company was sold, and it's really only existed since as a brand name.

This particular model is just a generic budget Chinese turntable with some cosmetic customisation and a Lenco badge stamped on it.

If you want a 'proper' budget belt-drive turntable, and you want to buy new, there are only two options: Project and Rega. Anything else is basically plastic tat. If it has a USB socket, or a line output, avoid.
Edited by: "Furyous" 19th Dec 2017
What Hifi review of l-90
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Seems ok, and def a big price drop, but not a great review.

Though as the OP states, any of the 3 would be amongst the best turntables you will get for that price range. Other options at this price range would be one of the Audio Technica LP60 versions.
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Audio Technica AT-LP60BT Bluetooth Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable With Free Delivery - £119 @ Groupon
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Time limited (not sure when up, not clear) - next chepest price I can find is £139.99 Cheapest price I have found for this LP60BT (bluetooth version of LP60). I have seen the USB … Read more
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jcwheeler946 m ago

£109.99 in silver from amazon for usb version of lp60! Also offering prime …£109.99 in silver from amazon for usb version of lp60! Also offering prime delivery, which seems expensive as it wasn’t that long ago it was £99.99 on amazon



The USB version is currently 98.95 at richersounds (link below), but this deal is the cheapest for the Bluetooth version by £20. Though ofcourse would be better to go for the USB version of bluetooth not requried.

LP60 USB version
Edited by: "barrjamy" 18th Dec 2017
Also avoid groupon unless you want around 10 routine emails a day
£109.99 in silver from amazon for usb version of lp60! Also offering prime delivery, which seems expensive as it wasn’t that long ago it was £99.99 on amazon
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joshm17 m ago

Looks good on paper but there seem to be lots of negative reviews …Looks good on paper but there seem to be lots of negative reviews regarding Bluetooth pairing. Buttons are also very flimsy apparently.


Thanks for the info. That said, this seams to be the cheapest good turntable that includes Bluetooth, so that might be the trade off.

Though I would be interested to know if sending the audio over Bluetooth negates the benefits of a record player (i.e. lossless analog audio)? Would be good to hear the opinion of some audiophiles out there.
Edited by: "barrjamy" 18th Dec 2017
Looks good on paper but there seem to be lots of negative reviews regarding Bluetooth pairing. Buttons are also very flimsy apparently.
TEAC TN 300 CHERRY RED Turntable Record Vinyl Player £229 @ richer Sounds
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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… Read more
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David238 h, 49 m ago

It's Tee-ack


Cheers mate! ... Phew! .. I haven't been embarrassing myself all these years then.
"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
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
Daves_mate58 m ago

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



It's Tee-ack
Always wondered....Is it pronounced Teek or Tee-ack?
Really Cool Turntable with Speakers - available in Black or White! £99.99 at HMV
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I've bought one of these from HMV yesterday, they had both black & white (pictured) in stock. They were the only product in store with speakers at this price... the sound qual… Read more
When they arrived in store (Basingstoke), they had no price on them (back in October). They amazingly had added a sticker reducing them in price from £199.99 to £99.99. Sadly not a deal for me, so cold. A calculated non-price reduction.
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davidfwalsh9 m ago

It's a ceramic stylus which is the same as those gammy steepletone …It's a ceramic stylus which is the same as those gammy steepletone players. Grand as a novelty but that's about it.

I've got no idea what it has, it sounds good to me!
duttonpj3 h, 25 m ago

The Vinyl is good quality, and the Bluetooth is as you'd expect it, it …The Vinyl is good quality, and the Bluetooth is as you'd expect it, it works really well. I like it!



It's a ceramic stylus which is the same as those gammy steepletone players. Grand as a novelty but that's about it.
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adamsedge42 m ago

No dust cover?


not with this one, looking at some of the products with a dust cover they are lot more expensive.
No dust cover?
VonShef Cake Decorating Display Stand/Turntable - just £6.99 Prime / £10.98 non Prime - Sold by DOMU UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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It's now coming up to that time where the Christmas cake has been fed, and its nearly time for it to be decorated! Why not use this turntable for ease of use and less mess! The … Read more
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Cold from me too - a couple of weeks ago I actually bought one of these as a cheap stopgap until I can get a decent one after my last one died. Honestly wish I hadn't bothered - it is extremely light and flimsy plastic, doesn't always turn smoothly - it kind of did the job but I can see it being chucked in the back of the garage as an 'in case of dire emergency' item!
Cold. camelx3 says it's often at this price and lower.
Bush Turntable with speakers - Was £69.99, now just £39.99 from Argos!
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Simple and easy to use but designed with luxury and functionality in mind. The wood cabinet is Finished a quality glossy Piano black spray. The slip mat and dust cover protect your… Read more
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As I mentioned on another similar thread last week, you can get an entry level Pro Ject for £150, but you have to factor in another £20-30 for a photo pre-amp if your hifi doesnt have one.

Sound quality-wise, compared to the Bush, or any similar POS, it is about a trillion times better; however it isnt the big sounds that are better, it is the little things you dont notice at first; you find you want to play albums more often, and they make you happier, but you arent sure why; then you start to notice things in the music that you hadnt noticed before; THEN you realise how much more you are hearing compared to that old ceramic POS.
M1LFHunter7 m ago

Not really, and a patronizing comment. It is entirely possible people have …Not really, and a patronizing comment. It is entirely possible people have a vinyl collection from many years ago, but want to listen to them without wanting the quality or breaking the bank without paying for DLs or simply cannot find the DL. To assume that 'Vinyl is all about the quality is ridiculous.


For those people, no issues at all, I actually have a bit of old vinyl myself up in the loft, but;

There are thousands of vinyl noobs buying £28 albums to play on £30 record players. It's ludicrous.
ezzer723 h, 19 m ago

Yes, don’t jump on the vinyl bandwagon.Whilst I fully accept vinyl can s …Yes, don’t jump on the vinyl bandwagon.Whilst I fully accept vinyl can sound amazing on the right equipment, I really, really don’t understand why people are paying a relative fortune on records to then play on terrible, low quality equipment.Stick to downloaded music unless you are going to invest in top quality playback gear.It’s utterly ridiculous and I can’t believe so many people have been drawn into it.


Not really, and a patronizing comment. It is entirely possible people have a vinyl collection from many years ago, but want to listen to them without wanting the quality or breaking the bank without paying for DLs or simply cannot find the DL. To assume that 'Vinyl is all about the quality is ridiculous.
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L-85 was £80 at Zavvi but now sold out, L-84 is still available at £65 (minus 10% first order).
Maybe only differs in colours and USB conversion (needs a PC).
ezzer721 h, 24 m ago

Yes, don’t jump on the vinyl bandwagon.Whilst I fully accept vinyl can s …Yes, don’t jump on the vinyl bandwagon.Whilst I fully accept vinyl can sound amazing on the right equipment, I really, really don’t understand why people are paying a relative fortune on records to then play on terrible, low quality equipment.Stick to downloaded music unless you are going to invest in top quality playback gear.It’s utterly ridiculous and I can’t believe so many people have been drawn into it.



It’s not for me... a gift. They specifically asked for something similar.

Personally I don’t like downloads anyway
Extra 20% off Intempo Vinyl Turntable with Stereo Speakers with Code @ The Works
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RRP £169.00 was £100 with code £80 Enter the code at the checkout
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Another obligatory RIP vinyls comment.
Excluded from codes.
Intempo 3 Speed rechargeable Bluetooth Turntable with Built-In Speakers - Brown or black £28.99 @ iwoot
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Description Play all your favourite songs on vinyl or using your Smartphone with this fantastic Intempo turntable featuring Bluetooth capabilities. In a retro suitcase design wi… Read more
This will have the same cartridge / needle as the majority of sub £100 players and so is nothing like the nonsense the "audiophile " protest. I played by vinyl in the 80s in cheap record players and they still sound great.
You can pick so many good vintage turntables up for better money on eBay a nicer starter would be a trio KD-1033 or pioneer pl-12d. You can get a half decent amp for under £50 and some nice speakers for £30. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune for a good starter hifi set up.
Gentle_Giant2 h, 2 m ago

As I said, the AT is the absolute minimum to not destroy records; it …As I said, the AT is the absolute minimum to not destroy records; it doesnt actually sound that great really.If you go listen to the Pro Ject, it will knock your socks off in comparason; you would need to spend another £200 to get anything that really sounds better than that little Elemental.


Yes I have the ProJect Carbon as my main player and it does sound great but the LP 60 is an occasional living room player and to me is just fine. perfect for beginners
adamdroitwich6th Dec

I have the At LP 60 and added in a Bluetooth receiver. It sounds superb on …I have the At LP 60 and added in a Bluetooth receiver. It sounds superb on my Sony soundbar.



As I said, the AT is the absolute minimum to not destroy records; it doesnt actually sound that great really.

If you go listen to the Pro Ject, it will knock your socks off in comparason; you would need to spend another £200 to get anything that really sounds better than that little Elemental.
I have the At LP 60 and added in a Bluetooth receiver. It sounds superb on my Sony soundbar.
Crosley Cruiser Turntable £20 @ Tesco  - Cradley Heath
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Found in Tesco, Cradley Heath.
We spent £60 on the GPO Empire turntable from argos. It sounded like absolute sh** (very muffled, no bass, no stereo separation) and I can't imagine this will be much better for a third of the price.

Anyway we returned the GPO and bought the Audio Technica LP60 (the one with the speakers) for £140. A lot more money, but it had something approaching a basic hi-fi sound - clear, balanced sound.
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So is it yellow sticker or not?
This manages to look like it sounds tinny.
Bought this on Wednesday night from Tesco extra in Watford. Had a clearance price of £35 on the shelf but scanned through at £20....
Technics SL-1200GR & SL-1210GR Turntable - £1099 from Sevenoaks Sound & Vision (Save £200)
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heavygoodz22nd Nov

I've just dug my old 1210's out of the loft (along with my old vinyl) can …I've just dug my old 1210's out of the loft (along with my old vinyl) can anyone recommend a good well priced stylus?


Sure M44-7
CaptainSocks21st Nov

I've got a couple of 1210s (Mk2) in my loft!Paid £300 the pair 10 years …I've got a couple of 1210s (Mk2) in my loft!Paid £300 the pair 10 years ago.Out of interest, what are they worth now then?


I'll have em . £350?
If you are after hi fidelity, read something like Electronics for Vinyl first before you part with your hard earned.
Vinyl is severely flawed as a hi-fi medium & very poor value for money compared to for example CD.
Furyous9 h, 0 m ago

Ahem: https://www.whathifi.com/features/10-worlds-most-expensive-turntables



That last one, I'll have two thanks (I like the colour). Just remember, that was the price when it was new 6 years ago; the electronics only have another 4-5 years before parts will start to fail.
Edited by: "Gentle_Giant" 22nd Nov 2017
I saw Jazzy Jeff do a live DJ set once on the 1210s many years ago.
Very impressive skills
Some of the DMC turntable champs these days are a bit OTT for me
Roberts RT100 Turntable and Two S1 Speakers £249.97 @ Roberts radio
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Roberts Radio are currently offering the newly launched RT100 turntable along with two S2 speakers for £249.97. The turntable alone currently costs £249.99. The S1 speakers are nor… Read more
Yep me too
Did anyone get this delivered?
TheAppleGeezer13th Nov

Please do. Mrs AppleGeezer is an associate solicitor, and has advised the …Please do. Mrs AppleGeezer is an associate solicitor, and has advised the opposite. No contract has been made thus meaning no goods are due.


Yeah coudn't see even by going to a small claims solution that you would get any more than your money back and a risk of loosing too. At the end of the day it is a mistake and so long as they refund promptly i dont think it is so bad.
Ralph88810th Nov

I showed our legal consumer team at work and they say Roberts have not …I showed our legal consumer team at work and they say Roberts have not made it clear in any conditions published and so they won't bother to contest it in a small claims court due to the cost to them, let you know how it fairs.


Please do. Mrs AppleGeezer is an associate solicitor, and has advised the opposite. No contract has been made thus meaning no goods are due.
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