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Buy a record player? The record player is back with a vengeance. Vinyl records are hot. You can organise your own vinyl party with a turntable, with old records or new vinyl albums. Separate record players must be connected to an amplifier or receiver. Do you want to digitise old records to MP3? Then a record player with a USB recorder function is recommended.
We can help you choose an entry level or professional turntable, a belt or direct drive and with or without a built in phono preamp and Bluetooth connectivity.
The record player made its first explosive growth in the 1970s, when the affordable ones came onto the market. But then came the compact disc, or CD, in the 1980s. Everyone thought that the vinyl records would disappear with the arrival of the CD, but they were very wrong. True enthusiasts love the vintage crackling sound of vinyl, and we cannot blame them for that. The sound quality is just really good! Turntables have therefore always remained hot and have only improved technically. For example, nowadays there is only a limited edition of LPs when new music is released.
Audiophile “Plug & Play” turntable with easiest possible set-up and class-leading sound! If you thought that a turntable set-up is complicated ...View full details
The Primary E offers the kind of build quality usually associated with more expensive models. With an on-board switchable phono stage resulting in ...View full details
With the AT-LP60XUSB fully automatic belt-drive turntable you can experience your vinyl’s high-fidelity audio directly or convert it to digital. Th...View full details
The AT-LP3 fully automatic belt-drive turntable lets you take your analog listening experience to the next level with advanced features not typical...View full details
The AT-LP2X combines hi-fi features in a stylish design to deliver stunning sonic quality at a great price. It is perfect if you’re looking for an...View full details
With the Audio Technica AT-LP120X turntable you can listen to your favourite records from the past and now. The needle and tonearm of the record pl...View full details