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Old 09-05-2019, 10:25 PM   #1
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Hello everyone!

I feel that I want to go into vinyl world, so far I have a few of them, these are movie soundtracks, I just want to be able to listen my favorites theme from Halloween, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, etc with all their glory, but I don't know if a turnable brand really matters, I though speakers are more important, well I don't really know ( My front speakers are JAMO)

So I don't want to spend thousands for a turntable, and I was doing some research by my own and I found "House of Marley" which have a pretty nice design and Audio Technica AT-LP60BK-BT which have a really good reviews and the price is affordable

Please guys tell me which one would be a best choice or if you hve any other suggestions it will be awesome.

Thanks
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Old 09-26-2019, 04:42 AM   #2
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Hello everyone!

I feel that I want to go into vinyl world, so far I have a few of them, these are movie soundtracks, I just want to be able to listen my favorites theme from Halloween, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, etc with all their glory, but I don't know if a turnable brand really matters, I though speakers are more important, well I don't really know ( My front speakers are JAMO)

So I don't want to spend thousands for a turntable, and I was doing some research by my own and I found "House of Marley" which have a pretty nice design and Audio Technica AT-LP60BK-BT which have a really good reviews and the price is affordable

Please guys tell me which one would be a best choice or if you hve any other suggestions it will be awesome.

Thanks
I don't have a particular model in mind for you but some basic suggestions. First, and most important, you don't want something cheap. Vinyl is fragile and a cheap turntable may actually ruin your collection. Secondly, rather than looking up specific turntables, look into some turntable buying guides to help you make a decision. Third, buy a turntable that's going to do what you want it to. Don't spend money on features that you're never going to use. Good luck. I'm beginning to look at a new turntable myself.
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Going on 4 years now with my first. A Music Hall MMF 2.2. Recently replaced the cartridge and just got an acrylic platter for it.


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I'll throw in a suggestion: U-Turn Audio
Very affordable and simple design. They provide a few options for customization and are located in the US. I've had mine for a couple years with the acrylic platter and Ortofon 2M Red cartridge and love it!
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