My Dual CS 618Q review is about a turntable designed for experienced audiophiles for whom the sound, the quality of the parts that affect it, and its durability are important. The style, stunning build quality, and old-fashioned exterior will be appreciated by classic lovers, but prepare to empty your wallet.
In this Music Hall CLASSIC review, you will learn about the semi-automatic record player of the “plug and play” configuration. The company that made it has been producing turntables for so long that using the word CLASSIC really means the traditions of the 60s and 70s of the last century. The deck’s exterior also hints at its belonging to the old-fashioned style. Let me tell you more about it.
In this Crosley C200 review, I introduce you to a reasonably priced, fully automatic deck with awesome features. Moreover, Crosley is quite a popular manufacturer of budget and inexpensive turntables and already has fans worldwide.
My Technics SL-100C review is about a turntable that will appeal to those who like high-end stuff with simple and comfortable functionality. This model of the already legendary SL line is a bit cheaper than the bestselling Technics SL-1500C, which at the same time, has retained many of its features.
In this Pioneer PLX-1000 review, I will tell you about an audiophile deck designed for DJs. Professionals often compare it to the famous Technics SL-1200, which are similar in functionality. Say, if you’re interested in getting a decent alternative at a lower price, you’ll find this review helpful.
My Denon DP-450USB review will seem familiar to those who have already seen the Denon DP-400 model. It is essentially the same player, with the additional function of recording tracks from records to a USB drive in MP3 or WAV format.
I find it interesting to do a Pro-Ject Automat A1 review, an entry-level turntable (as the manufacturer positions it). It is the first fully automatic model of the company, so I want to tell you about its functions, features, and advantages, especially since it has quite an affordable price.
Even though Denon is not exclusively a manufacturer of vinyl turntables, I decided to do a Denon DP-300F review. Because the equipment of this brand deserves attention for its quality, and you will agree, it will be interesting to know what this fully automatic model has to offer.
I prepared this Audio-Technica AT-LP60X review because I am always interested in budget models of advanced brands. This model is also interesting because it is an upgraded version of the previous AT-LP60. And I like to see what improvements have been made, especially since the manufacturer has yet to raise the price.
This Sony PS-LX310BT review will be interesting for those who want to buy a turntable for a small amount of money but be confident in its quality. The deck doesn’t look cheap in its minimalist design and doesn’t require complicated setup and installation as it’s completely ready to play out of the box. It also offers a Bluetooth feature that will certainly be useful to many.