So as you might already know, I recently inherited around 240 vinyl records and my mission is to play every one right through before deciding on which ones I will keep and which ones I will sell.
To start my new music journey, I had to start looking around for a record player that I could use to connect to my current sound system.
After plenty of research, I came across Audio Technica’s range of turntables, which have plenty of positive reviews. There was quite a bit of difference between the pricing so it made my decision pretty simple.
I ended up purchasing the Audio Technica AT-LP60-USB as you can see in the photo at the top of this page.
It is a belt-driven stereo turntable that comes equipped with a USB output which allows direct connection to your computer, so that you can rip your vinyl collection to digital format if that what you would like to do. It is also fully automatic, so all you need to do is press the start button and the turntable will align the needle and drop it for you. It will also lift the need and return the arm once the vinyl has finished.
As I go through all the records I will post articles about each one including my thoughts and whether I will keep them or sell them on.