Audio-Technica AT-LP60X-BK Fully Automatic Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable, Black, Hi-Fi, 2 Speed, Dust Cover, Anti-Resonance, Die-Cast Aluminum Platter
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- Experience the high fidelity audio of vinyl
- Fully automatic belt drive turntable operation with 2 speeds: 33 1/3, 45 RPM
- Anti resonance, die cast aluminum platter
- Redesigned tone arm base and head shell for improved tracking and reduced resonance
- Ac adapter handles AC/DC conversion outside of the chassis, reducing noise in the signal chain
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Experience the high-fidelity audio of vinyl
Fully automatic belt-drive turntable operation with two speeds: 33-1/3, 45 RPM
Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminum platter
Redesigned tone arm
Redesigned tone arm base and headshell for improved tracking and reduced resonance
High-quality Audio-Technica cartridge
Integral Dual Magnet phono cartridge with replaceable diamond stylus (ATN3600L)
AC adapter handles AC/DC conversion outside of the chassis, reducing noise in the signal chain
Built-in switchable phono pre-amplifier for phono- or line-level output
Detachable RCA output cable (3.5 mm male to dual RCA male), 45 RPM adapter, and removable hinged dust cover
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Whether you’re just getting into records, rediscovering a record collection long since buried away or simply adding a turntable to complete your system, the AT-LP60X fully automatic belt-drive turntable is an excellent choice. This affordable, easy-to-use turntable plays both 33-1/3 and 45 RPM records and, with its built-in switchable phonon preamp, can be connected directly to your home stereo, powered speakers, computer and other components, whether they have a dedicated phonon input or not. An update of the popular AT-LP60, the ATLP60X features a redesigned tone arm base and head shell to improve tracking and reduce resonance. Noise is further reduced by the inclusion of an AC adapter that moves the AC/DC conVersion outside of the chassis where its impact on the signal chain is limited. Audio-Technical has been a leader in phonon cartridge design for more than 50 years, and that expertise shows in the AT-LP60X’s Dual Magnet cartridge with replaceable stylus. The cartridge is integrated into the head shell for assured performance and ease of setup. The turntable comes with a detachable RCA output cable (3. 5 mm male to dual RCA male), 45 RPM adapter, and a removable hinged dust cover. It is available in black (AT-LP60X-BK), brown/black (AT-LP60X-BW), gunmetal/black (AT-LP60X-GM), and red/black (AT-LP60X-RD).
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IMPORTANT note to anyone who isn’t super tech-oriented or new to the vinyl community: you CANNOT buy the record player by itself to listen to records. You *must* buy a pair of speakers. If the speakers are passive (not active) you will also need to buy an amplifier and speaker wire. The ATLP60 comes with one of the cables you will need for speakers, but, other than that, you have to buy the other things separately. I had to do a lot of research to figure this out, for some reason it’s one of those things that nobody really tells you. Thankfully I had a friend who also collects vinyl help me figure everything out and purchase the needed parts. I hope this helps anybody interested in buying their first turntable system.
I only have one issue/caveat. I had this shipped to India, and when I asked Audio Technica on their website if this supports 230V, they said it is sold with a 110V power supply requirement in the US and 220V in other places. HOWEVER, I can clearly see 110V-240V written on the adapter (which usually means the device can handle pretty much everything in that range). I'm using a 220V to 110V step down converter just to be safe, but I'd still like AT to fix this confusion!
Second one arrived in worse shape than the first. Just don’t do this people.
If you’re not comfortable with people seeing what’s in your package, make sure to have this shipped with amazon’s box as this is sent with just the Audio Technica box by default. The turntable itself is well-packaged inside it’s box.
There are a lot of plastic parts with this one but it’s ok seeing how the better built ones go up in price. Just set it in a solid table and your set. The cable that comes with it is thin and cheap feeling but it works.
It’s very easy to use. I like how it automatically drops and lifts the needle for you. I just wish there was an RCA port in addition to the 3.5mm port as I feel that the RCA is more robust.
I’m new to turntables but not to audio. This produces a warmer sound as compared to digital, which I believe is a characteristic of vinyls and turntables in general. To me, this warmth is a welcome characteristic as it allows for longer listening sessions with less ear fatigue. There is also the iconic vinyl hiss but it’s only really noticeable in softer songs. Apart from the hiss, there’s also a noticeable distortion in loud parts of songs like when a lot of instruments layer up. I’m not sure if it’s a problem with the vinyl, the recording, or the turntable but it is there. For reference, I was listening to a brand new Greatest Showman vinyl.
Overall, this is a good turntable for beginners. If anything goes wrong with it, like the syncing issues that others have experienced, I will update this review.
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Esta creo que tiene de diferente que puedes elegir salida Phono o Line. Si estás usando bocinas activas, (autoamplificadas), tienes que usar el Line para que no se sature el audio al amplificar.
El sonido es potente, redondo, con buenos bajos. La aguja es fácilmente reemplazable y no es cara la original. No recomiendo usar genéricas, suelen dañar los discos. Soy DJ, sé lo que les digo.
Cuando estrenamos la tornamesa mi papá y yo fue un viaje en el tiempo. Pusimos un disco de Bert Kaempfert original de 1967 y sonaba maravilloso. ¡Era exactamente el sonido que recordaba de mi niñez! Ningún CD o archivo Hi Res tiene esa calidez... casi me sacó la lagrimita.
Recomendado sin restricciones!!!
Se você não pode gastar muito, mas também não quer um toca disco daqueles de "maletinhas" ou mais simples que já leu (e sabe) que irão deixar a desejar em qualidade, em durabilidade e que ainda por cima destruirão seus discos (por conta da pressão que jogam sobre seus discos com uma agulha vagabunda), pode ir sem medo neste modelo.
Con respecto a la tornamesa es la primera externa que compro, hace años teníamos un aparato Fischer en casa y suena muy similar. A mi papá le ha encantado. Tiene muy buena salida de sonido, viene ecualizada, los bajos suenan muy bien. Está muy fácil de armar ademas se ve super bonita por el diseño conservador que tiene. Gran compra, la recomiendo mucho.
El único detalle fue que como venía de USA, el empaque en el que venia llego roto ambos la bolsa y la caja. Pero la tornamesa llego intacta.
Actualización: al final decidí devolverla pues aunque funciona perfectamente en modo manual, me di cuenta que es muy básica y yo prefiero gastar un poco más en una tornamesa con la que pueda tener más opciones de configuración / ajuste.
La devolución cómo siempre excelente por parte de Amazon.