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Hi. After making an earlier post, I was told by members that rather than upgrade my LP60, it would be best if I get a new record player altogether. The ATLP60 served me well, and I have enjoyed playing music on it. What would you recommend I get? I have a couple of considerations: 1. I am happy to buy refurbished or used players on EBay, if the price is right. 2. I am ideally after an fully automatic direct drive player, just for ease (I am dyspraxic, so dropping needles will be a dice with death for my LP's) 3. A built in phono preamp would be nice, as that is what I have with my current player. 4. My budget is between 100-250 pounds. Any assistance and advice is greatly appreciated.
https://store.remhq.com The $10 shipping is a bit steep for my likes... hoping this will be widely available in stores like the other reissues? Also note that "deluxe" applies to the other bundles, the vinyl reissue is the standard album.
I was wondering if anyone could help me. I've been listening to vinyl now for about 3 years and I really love it. I have a pretty basic setup (pioneer pl-a45d TT / pioneer sa-5200 amp / and 4 speakers) and am trying to go to the next level slowly as I save money. This is my question, I currently have an automatic turn table and I personally love the automatic starting and stopping. Are there no TTs that would be considered audiophile that are automatic? One thing that concerns me is sometimes (it's random, not all the time) I have a problem with shaking and not having super steady hands. I'd like to go get something great but personally I would like it to be automatic though I think I could deal with it if it weren't. I read some good things about the vintage technics SL-1600. Does anyone know if this TT is any good? Is it considered audiophile quality? I was also considering about the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon. Any thoughts / advice / help would be greatly appreciated.