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Audio-Technica AT-LP60-USB Fully Automatic Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable (USB & Analog)
- Convert your vinyl records to digital audio files with Audacity; Mac- and PC-compatible
- Built-in switchable phono pre-amplifier with RCA output cables to connect to audio systems and powered speakers
- Fully automatic belt-aturntable operation with two speeds: 33 1/3, 45 RPM
- Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminum platter,Power Supply Requirements - 120V AC, 60 Hz, 3W
- If you are purchasing the product for a sales area outside the U.S., you should consider purchasing the turntable from your sales region. This unit is set to operate on 120V AC.
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Convert Vinyl Records
USB output and included software provides all that’s necessary to convert vinyl into portable music files.
Fully automatic turntable operation gently places the stylus on records for you and automatically returns the tonearm when record ends; supports both 33-1/3 and 45 RPM records.
Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminum platter.
The AT-LP60’s belt-drive design isolates the platter from motor vibrations, resulting in increased clarity and high-fidelity audio.
High-Quality Audio-Technica Cartridge
Integral Dual Magnet Audio-Technica phono cartridge with replaceable diamond stylus.
Wide Variety of Connectivity Options
Built-in switchable phono pre-amplifier with RCA output cables and USB cable to connect to a computer, audio system and powered speakers (not included).
Includes: dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (male) stereo adapter cable; dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (female) stereo adapter cable; 45 RPM adapter; USB cable; recording software.
Removable hinged dust cover.
|Operation||Fully Automatic||Fully Automatic||Fully Automatic||Fully Automatic|
|Drive Method||Belt Drive||Belt Drive||Belt Drive||Belt Drive|
|Speeds||33 1/3, 45||33 1/3, 45||33 1/3, 45||33 1/3, 45|
|Built-In Switchable Phono/Line Pre-Amplifier||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Adjustable Tone-Arm Weight||✓|
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 18 x 16 in||16 x 18 x 6 in||6 x 13.88 x 17.75 in||3.9 x 13.5 x 15.7 in||9 x 21 x 19 in||16.32 x 18.5 x 6.2 in|
|Item Weight||0.75 lb||8.5 lbs||23.5 lbs||6 lbs||17.2 lbs||8.8 lbs|
Help your customers get their classic albums off the shelf and into their MP3 player. Audio-Technica brings its legendary quality and audio fidelity to the digital realm with this LP-to-digital recording system. The Audio-Technica Fully Automatic Belt-Driven USB Turntable comes equipped with a USB output that allows direct connection to the computer. The system also offers: Mac - and PC-compatible Audacity software, an integral dual-magnet Audio-Technica phono cartridge and a USB cable and adapter cables. The turntable also features a built-in switchable phono line preamp that allows connection to a stereo system equipped with either a phono or line-level input.
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1) The RCA plugs (red and white audio cables) that come out of the turn able are attached. There aren't ports on the turn table, so you have to use the wires that are there already. Those wires are incredibly short. Like short short. Like MAYBE 3 feet short. So, if your turn table isn't setup to be next to/on top of your receiver, it isn't going to reach. You can go out and buy an adapter so you can add another set of RCA cables to lengthen the reach, but you'll need to have the extra cables and the adapter. They're not expensive or anything, but it is (I think) very poor design to need to do that.
2) In my experience, the "stop" button regularly stops working. I contacted customer service (and Audio Technica customer service is AWESOME by the way) and was giving the directions on how to fix it. The issue is: When you push any of the buttons, it essentially pushes a rod that pushes a lever, that actually inputs the command. The problem is, the "rod" is the width of dental floss and gets easily pushed off of the lever. To fix this, you have to unhook the player, flip it over, take the bottom off and realign the rods. It's easy to do, but having to pull the thing apart each time you want all of the buttons to work is pretty obnoxious.
I'll see if I can upload the photo tutorial "how to" that the customer service sent me so that everyone can have the directions to solve the problem.
It plays nicely, and sounds good, and is a good price - but those two annoyances really get in the way for me. If not for those two things (or even just if not for the buttons getting disconnected) I'd call it 5 stars.
What it DOES do, is perform ALL of the functions of any high quality turntable I owned in years past. It starts itself to play any record (from the tonearm being on its rest) all the way to the shutoff cycle (where the tonearm returns to its rest and the unit shuts off). It functions at 33 and 45 RPM. It has a built-in phono preamp so it can be connected to any line-level input. (This is necessary because nearly all of today's receivers lack the low-level phono input and RIAA eq needed to play records.) It also has a USB output and includes sound recording and editing software to connect this all to your computer.
My unit arrived in perfect shape and in about 15 minutes, I had it assembled and connected to the installed software on my laptop. I recorded a few minutes of one album to confirm that this functionality worked. The software was easy enough (this geezer needed a little time to figure out a couple of the settings), and frankly, has some great sound processing and enhancement features that can be used with audio files from other sources (i.e. it works with other audio, not just this turntable).
I got it connected to my Yamaha receiver and am listening to a vintage Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs record of Supertramp's Breakfast in America right now. The sound seems to me to be as I recall from my distant past days using Pioneer and Philips turntables with Pickering, Stanton, and Shure cartridges.
My old Philips turntable works great but my Shure cartridge needed to be replaced. So I hemmed and hawed for a year between spending $100 on a new cartridge for that nicer turntable and having no USB option, or buying this unit for the same money. In the end I decided to go for this one. So far, so good, on sound, functionality, and ease of setup and operation. I notice some reviewers said their units broke down quickly... I'm all of 3 hours into the usage, and I don't expect to use mine very often, but if it poops out, I'll come back and update this.
*Back to the basic product: This is a $100 all-in-one turntable, cartridge, preamp and USB functionality. For those of you familiar with turntables from 30+ years ago, this looks like a low-end automatic turntable from a compact stereo. There is no adjustment for tracking force, anti-skate, or cartridge alignment. It's made to be used with one model cartridge only - the Audio Technica it comes with. (The listing says a replacement stylus is available.) It's mostly plastic, and although the platter itself is cast aluminum, it's also pretty light. All that said, I am listening to a very high quality record (again, Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs' record of Supertramp's Breakfast in America), and I am hearing every bit of the bass AND high end I remember so well - and that I have enjoyed on my CD's in the meantime. And of course there is a bit of rumble and those vinyl pops and clicks - just like in the old days!
If you're wanting to energize your vinyl collection again, and as an old hifi buff, I WOULD recommend this turntable. ENJOY!!
So I recently looked for a new turntable. My last one was discontinued and the needle (couldn't find a new one) was worn causing it to skip around on a new vinyl I got (more on that later) . I looked around and saw this one was on a bunch of lists for top turntables. I eventually got this record player a few days after I ordered and I'm going to break down the review into a few sections so bear with me (I'm also probably going to be the most detailed review here but who knows)
I got the box and opened it. There was a lot of brown paper keeping the player from being damaged. It came in a box the width of my bed! All for a small box!! The packaging from the Amazon facility was perfect!
Now unboxing this player is like playing the Atari game breakout. You have to open the plastic wrap, open the box, take the styrofoam off both ends of the player, etc. Also unboxing the platter, dust cover and the felt mat was a step to do also.
So...this step was kinda weird. The player requires you to put the platter on and set up the belt. Not a big deal. I thought it was fun! Like playing with Legos like a kid (if only there was a lego record player lol) I also hooked up a speaker and turned on the pre amp from the line switch
So remember I said I had a new vinyl that skipped on my old player? No problem here! I immediately placed my copy of Metallica's Hardwired (by the way, standard and deluxe versions are both 180g vinyl and they are heavy!) and let the record player automatically queue the first song. I was scared that I damaged the vinyl from trying to get it playing on my old player. When the needle went in the first groove, I was nervous. But everything was fine after the song played. And the pre amp blew my mind!! Hardwired sounded awesome! I eventually played some older vinyls of my collection including Guns N' Roses' Appetite for Destruction. The opening riff of Sweet Child O' Mine sounded great!
For $130, this was amazingly good! It played all my vinyl with no problems. Everything is perfect with the player and I hope it continues to stay that way. My old player was good but eventually started to die down. And the player before my last one....let's not mention their name *Ahem Crosley* But Audio Technica has won me over with their AT-LP60!
Now some reviews here were 3 start or lower. People have their opinions and sometimes a unit can be defective. But this player was great and I did lots of research on it before ordering. If you want a record player and do not have money for the better high end ones, get this player. It is a great player with good sound whether you listen to rock or metal bands like Metallica and GN'R (that pairing didn't go so well back in 1992 lol) maybe you listen to artists from now, or that crate of vinyls in your parents or grandparents basements. This player was worth the money, and I hope you think the same.