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Audio-Technica AT-LP120USBHC USB Turntable with HS10 Headshell and AT-95E Cartridge  - Silver £183.60 @ Amazon
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Originally £229.00, discounted to 183.60. Deal found by another user in my previous post. Only available in silver. Audio Technica AT95E cartridge included, possibly one of the… Read more

No not really mate I havent noticed it be any more dusty than anything else. I have it stood on a glossy black table I do find the feet stick solid to it which is good to stop vibrations but a pain to move it lol


Do you have any trouble with dust sticking as it's a glossy black?


I have this turntable in black and can highly recommend it, good find OP good price.


I have found Audacity great for doing that: https://www.audacityteam.org Identify beginning of each track, name track Edit > edit labels > add labels Once finished, saves as separate songs File > export > export multiple Just mentioning it as it took me a while to work out what you do!


Certainly better than the cheapo "turntables" avalable just about everywhere. If you;re planing to convert vinyl to a digital format it's a good place to start. There is a lot of things released on vinyl that's never been made available digitally. Take The Muppets' Music Hall EP for example which was in the charts in 1977. Not available to stream or download anywhere. Bear in mind that recording the file is only the first step, as you also need to 1. Split the file into individual tracks 2. Silence out any noise between tracks 3. Add tags to identify the tracks when converted. 4. Convert to a user-riendly format such as FLAC for lossless or MP3 for portable use.

Audio Technica AT-LP120 HC Silver USB Turntable at AV Online for £199.90
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Originally £279.00, discounted to 199.90. Link is for the silver version but they're also selling the gloss black version for the same price. Gloss Black - https://www.audiovis… Read more

published by The House of Commons Consumer rights to return faulty goods SN/HA/2239 2 Is there an EU-wide two year consumer guarantee? Many people are mistaken in thinking that the purpose of Directive 1999/44/EC, ‘On certain aspects of the sale of consumer goods and associated guarantees’, is to give consumers a minimum two years guarantee for all goods. In fact, this EU Directive, implemented in the UK by the Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002, has added little to already existing UK consumer protection law under the SGA 1979. 4 Under this Directive, all Member States have to ensure that “a retailer could be held liable for all 'non-conformities' (i.e. defects) which manifest in the good within two years from delivery”. However, this requirement is not a two-year legal guarantee (although, rather confusingly, the Directive’s title describes it as such); goods are not legally required to last for two years. It simply provides that consumer goods must conform to the sales contract at the time of delivery. If a consumer can show that the goods did not do so, they will be entitled to repair or replacement of the goods free of charge. If this would be disproportionate or unreasonable to expect from the retailer, the consumer will be entitled to a reduction in price or a refund. These consumer rights are available for up to two years following purchase. If the defect becomes apparent within the first six months of purchase, it will be presumed to have existed at the time of delivery, otherwise this will be for the consumer to prove. However, as mentioned above, the Directive adds little to UK consumer protection law. The SGA 1979 already provides the same legal rights to consumers to return faulty goods but for a period of up to six years after purchase - a much longer period therefore than provided for by the EU Directive. As a result, consumers should still rely on the SGA 1979 when returning faulty goods.


Feel free ito post it if you think it's a good deal.... I nearly bought it but then I looked at what I've spent this past month. (shock) Just FYI though....... A two-year guarantee applies for the sale of all consumer goods everywhere in the EU. https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1677034/Two-year-warranty-EU-law.html The EU directive in question is 1999/44/EC. The full wording is contained here (open the word documtent and scroll to page 7) but the important bit is this: 'A two-year guarantee applies for the sale of all consumer goods everywhere in the EU. In some countries, this may be more, and some manufacturers also choose to offer a longer warranty period.'


You get two years, good idea to register it https://eu.audio-technica.com/service#tab_warranty


How does this compare to something like a Rega Planar?


I've read through the Amazon listing and comments, this may only come with one year warranty, the one with Audio Visual had a confirmed two year warranty.

Intempo Bluetooth retro turntable B&M £1 - Altrincham Manchester
LocalLocalFound 9th DecFound 9th Dec
May be a long shot but definitely worth a look if your in there I found them in Altrincham Manchester

I did say long shot lol


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yeah that'd be good. let me know (y)


If your local n I spot any up buy it n you can collect it


Might swing by on my way past tomorrow and see if any are left. guess might have to ask the staff if none on the shelf

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60BKU Fully Automatic Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable  £79 @ Amazon
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
£20 cheaper than the John Lewis deal posted this week. Best budget turntable for the price. Sold and fulfilled by amazon.
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On the Amazon website, 6th photo down. I haven't voted hot or cold - I am waiting to see if any member can confirm that this was an error by Amazon.


I have usb version, but never use that function. It's a decent turntable I find the fully automatic functionality a bit annoying having been brought up gently lowering needles onto vinyl. Had a few mishaps meaning the needle tried playing the mat!.


Where are you reading this!?


Power Supply Requirements, 120Volt AC, 60 Hertz, 3 Watts ??? US Power Supply, not EU 220-240 Volts !!


I’ve got the silver one and it’s USB.

Audio-Technica AT-LP120USBHC Turntable £183.60 @Amazon
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
one of the best budget turntable, lowest price I could found over the internet. Already made my order. sold by amazon and can be delivered tomorrow. perfect for your Christmas pre… Read more

Spoke to Amazon customer services, comes with two years warranty.


"Tequeneeeeeks" (lol) He totally misses the magnet drive under the plate, and I would imagine it would pop a spring if you tried any fancy DJ tricks on it. Looks the part though if you're on a budget.




Yeah, unbelievably so! This one says direct drive but I doubt it is the magnet system that the 1210s had, so motor noise will be transferred to the platter to some extent.


I have one of these for over 3 years now. A great "budget" turntable although not strictly audiophile. Would probably be best classing it as an old skool hi-fi type unit with USB. Looks similar to the old SL1200's but isn't built anywhere near as well. Also it's a manual turntable, so you will have to lift/return the tone arm at the end of each side of the disc.

Audio Technica turntable lp60bk-bt - £99 instore @ John Lewis & Partners (Newcastle)
LocalLocalFound 6th DecFound 6th Dec
This is the Bluetooth version of this popular turntable. Normally around £140. It is currently at £99 at john lewis in Newcastle!
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Ah yes, I'll tend to my turntable, have to place the stylus down, wait for it to end, swap records... but ya know what forget the amp and proper speakers, I actually prefer dancing around my room holding a Bluetooth speaker. It's just so ....convenient. Look if you wanted convenience and have a Bluetooth speaker, you'd just stream your music digitally.


Hi Dreeon, it is more about convenience. Some might not want or have a phono line or amp ... Therefore, you can use an existing Bluetooth speaker. Note that wired connection is also available.


Deson't BT degrade audio quality? And vinyl is suppose to be the best quality so ... does this combo even make any sense?


Ah, non-bluetooth version is. My mistake


https://www.richersounds.com/audio-technica-bluetooth-turntable-1.html Nope.

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Reka Suitcase record player ** instore Aldi Wigan ** £12.99
LocalLocalFound 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Red ticket deal so might be store specific only 2 left by the tills 1x black 1x white. Switch it up from streaming services and go retro when you introduce this Vintage Suitcase T… Read more

Or your brother's! Revenge is sweeeeeet. :D


Well, it is a record reka


No, if I wanted to ruin my records, I'd buy one of these:-


The tech needs time to mature!


Come on people these are pure trash don’t waste your money

Bush retro turntable, £19.99 @ argos
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Decent price and comes with spare stylus. Available in different colours. Good wee Xmas pressie for someone. Line out socket to connect to any amplifier. Magnetic cartridge. … Read more

Yes, Richer Sounds have these two models, both have identical components but look different so either pick the Sony as its £20 cheaper or the Audio-Technica because you prefer the asthetics: Audio-Technica for £99 https://www.richersounds.com/audio-technica-usb-turntable.html Sony for £79 https://www.richersounds.com/sony-usb-turntable.html


Thank you i will look into them would £100 cover a decent one?? X


Sorry just started looking at them but i will do thanks x


Poor quality stylus, cartridge, build. No anti stake, more of a novelty than something g to be used regularly. Cheapest it's worth going is the Sony LX300/Audio-Technica LP-60 (same internal components) or a similar model at the entry level price point. Pro Ject Debut or Audio-technica LP-120 if you've got more money to spend but will then need to factor in separate pre-amp


Have a look at all the recent deals with similar record decks. There have been plenty.

Ion Air Belt Drive Bluetooth Turntable in Wood finish £71.99 with code at Currys
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
20% off already discounted price. Normally £99.99 RRP, selling for £89.99 but with code it comes to £71.99 Vinyl to digital conversion for PC / Mac Two speeds USB / aux-in / RCA … Read more

OOS for home delivery and offer is not available in store.


get this little beauty for £65. got an mmc and has good reviews on the net https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenco-Semi-Automatic-Turntable-Integrated-Pre-Amplifier-White/dp/B00TH8VQXG/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1543679190&sr=8-2&keywords=lenco+turntable


I bought this a few years back and discarded very quickly. The delay from needle to speaker means you hear an echo, unless you are using headphones. No better than any other cheaper turntable.


Mind you all the AUNA turntables other than the ones I linked too look terrible.



The Smiths - The Queen is Dead - Deluxe 5 LP Vinyl Box Set @ Amazon - £17.15 Prime / £20.14 non-Prime
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Amazing price for this 2017 deluxe release of one of the best albums ever. Has been down to £30-£35 on Amazon previously but nowhere near this price. Still £79.99 in HMV!
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arrived this morning, not opened it as yet but nice to see that as a box set was really well packaged for once and not arrived with crunched corners - not a dig at Amazon as they ship them well but the amount i've bought over the years that look like they been dropped on a corner.




Thats a steal ave some heat.


Now that’s interesting but I really haven’t got a clue where or how to go about getting one and even what to do if I did have one


You need to get a vpn you are being ripped off.

Audio-Technica AT-LP60BKU Fully Automatic Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable £79 at Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Was looking for a turntable, great price I think. Fully automatic belt-drive turntable operation with two speeds: 33-1/3, 45 RPM Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminum platter I… Read more
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Thanks, ordered this for my older son as the Ariston Q deck just died.


I go out to see a lot of small bands play live. There's always a lot of vinyl options on the merch' tables.


its my music taste more than anything as most the bands and artists i love rarely release anything over here so shipping often costs more than the vinyl. Just need an income tho


Yeah, i'm needing one for a gift, so budget is limited. I agree that more and more stuff is coming out in vinyl these days.


yeah if you want a decent one get Audio-Technica AT-LP120. I had one a few yrs back but sent it back as I soon realized most the music i like never comes to vinyl. Then a few months later, about 4 of my fav artists released vinyl and I had no money, gutted. Think its something I'll get once I get my own place in 20yrs if I can ever afford to move out.

Audio-Technica AT-LP120 USB Turntable £199 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Cheapest I've seen it go, also from available from Amazon if you have any gift cards. One of the best "budget" turntables you can get.
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Thank you and I stand corrected on the DAC. I still think the craze with vinyl is quite retrograde and has nothing to do with HiFi but more to do with collecting or possessing expensive and beautiful materials.


This deck produces an analogue line output so that you can listen to vinyl as intended - i.e. it's old school! Essentially it's an analogue device, as that's all that vinyl is, and you don't have to use digital at any point if you are after the purest sound. However, it also has an ADC (not DAC) to create a digital version of the sound if that's also what you want - e.g. to rip vinyl straight to PC. Review here - https://www.whathifi.com/audio-technica/lp120usb/review


No I haven't, but I imagine the delay between the needle position and the bluetooth stream would be really irritating.


Can anyone explain what is the point of this device? I am old enough to remember when turntables were the only option to HiFi. But this is actually an analogue device that is converting through a DAC to digital. Am I missing something?


Has anyone got the Bluetooth version? I'd interested but want to know if it's decent

Audio-Technica AT-LP60 USB Turntable - £89.99 (John Lewis & Partners)
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Often referred to as the best "budget" turntable you can buy. The AT-LP60-USB will get your classic albums out of the box and into your MP3 player. Bringing quality and audio fi… Read more
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Had the Bluetooth version of this for over a year. Great turntable for a beginner or even someone who just likes vinyl. As mentioned if you want something more substantial the LP3 can be had for around £150 and you can change the cartridge/needle to suit your needs (y) LP3 currently in JL for £144 https://www.johnlewis.com/audio-technica-at-lp3-turntable-black/p3382134


There are £60 players that offer much the same experience as this. It's a reputable brand offering a cheaper built system. You really do have to go to LP3 to get that premium quality.


No problem. Thank you for taking time out with your advice, much appreciated.


You will either need to connect this to amplified speakers or stereo speakers like those I linked to, via an amplifier (and the speakers to the amplifier). You wont be able to directly connect the non-amplified speakers direct to this. https://musehelix.com/5-powered-speakers-for-at-lp60/


Thank you for your advice. May I ask if these would connect using the 3.5mm jacks' that's supplied with the turntable? Apologies for my ignorance, it's been a while, and when researching last time most speakers I found used the original style copper wire wrapped around at the back.

Sony PSLX300 (Black)
USB Turntable from richer sounds
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
If you gooogle the model it has good reviews. For under 100 pounds this will be a better product than others. It is a Chinese made hanpin system but is said to sounds ok. If your… Read more
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They are probably made in the same factory!


This chap does a brilliant review of the AT and even provides sound clips to download!


Yep, been spending the last few days looking into it and the LP60 definitely seems to be the right buy given the wealth of review sites I've looked at on the topic.


me too, still unsure on this after days. I like the look of the sony better but i think the LP60 is better reviewed.


Been torn between this and the AT-LP60 for £89 at John Lewis.

ION Mustang LP Belt Drive Turntable - Red for £99.99 delivered @ Currys
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Save £70.00 Was £169.99 (from 05/09/2018 to 08/11/2018) Top features: - All in one turntable combines a record player with vinyl to MP3 conversion - Connect your devices and l… Read more

Please buy this instead: https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/audio-and-headphones/audio/hifi-systems-and-speakers/turntables/audio-technica-at-lp60usb-belt-drive-turntable-10116429-pdt.html


It may or may not scratch your records. That can be prevented with a skating adjustment, which these cheap units seem to lack. I also can't see a counterweight adjustment on the tone arm from the photos on site so you are at the mercy of the factory set tracking weight. If it is too high then it will damage your records irreparably and more drastically than scratching will. ION has produced a variety of budget players and tape decks, the quality of which over the years has been variable. This one seems decidedly at the poor end of things and sold more for looks than sound reproduction. Having said that, this is a novelty item and it has its market. If anyone is seriously going to play their pricey 180gm quality pressings on something like this, they deserve everything they get.


Right, so where does it say it'll scratch your records? I never disputed it's a low end model. The issue I have is people scaremongering that low end models will somehow damage your record collection.


Which Magazine gave this particular model a 47% rating. That is slightly better than the dire Crossley clones managed but as the tagline "More donkey than Mustang" suggests, this is another in a long line of bottom drawer players to avoid. What's the sound like? We weren't impressed with the sound that came out of this one - there's an annoying hum in the background, and vocals sound muffled with little detail. The pitch wobbles, there's not enough bass, and everything sounds tinny. Digital recordings made from the turntable aren't any better when played back. Is there anything I should watch out for? You'll probably notice the poor build-quality of this one as soon as you get it out of the box - in our case, the Mustang badge fell off as we lifted it out, which wasn't a great start. The whole thing just feels cheap and plasticky, despite the mid-range price. Should I buy it? No. This cheap-looking record player sounds so bad that you should be able to find a far better model in a similar price range.


Much better off with the Technics mentioned above but for a smaller budget even the Sony turntable just posted will be a better option than this. Not voted.

Lenco 3808 Turntable from CEX for £120
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
Well regarded turntable. At £120 , seems a good price. From CEX One one available though. . . Review here : https://thevinylfactory.com/features/turntable-review-lenco-l-3… Read more
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Was launched in 2016 at around £180. Which? make it a best buy.


My first dj turntable, very decent for the price. They where very popular back in the day, for those couldn't afford mkii's..


Another review. Looks good for the price. theaudiophileman.com/lenco/


Good price for a unit in A condition, especially with the two year warranty

Pioneer PL-990 Turntable used - very good @ amazon warehouse for £76.50
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
used bargin Used - Very Good Bargain i think :D
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Will do.


So if you ever want to sell send me a PM! :{


So if you ever want to sell send me a PM! :{


I have J S Bach's Complete Organ Music, The Complete Beethoven Symphonies by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, and many, many more.


I have the sacd version of carlos kleiber 5th and 7th symphonies on sacd on that label. If other recordings are as good as that...thats a good collection

Nirvana Nevermind Vinyl 180g £10 Tesco extra Bradley stoke Bristol
LocalLocalFound 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Nirvana Nevermind Vinyl 180g. Bought at Tesco extra Bradley stoke Bristol.

One copy left in Newport Spytty Rd.


I've never heard that! Cheers for the info :)


Nah, they both ripped off this ;) The Damned - Life Goes On


Come a you are was a rip off of this though ;)


This album has always made me wanna throw my kids in the swimming pool when they were babies just to see if they enjoyed it

Reka Vintage Turntable £20 @ Aldi instore (Dunfirmline / St Andrews)
LocalLocalFound 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Spotted in both Dunfermline and St Andrews at this price, reduced from £39.99.

Must be amazing quality


Way too much down force


Don't touch these if you care about looking after your vinyl.


Latest tech for Fife ;)


vintage 2017? does it have blue teeth and play kodi?

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