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Audio Technica AT-LP120xBT-USB Turntable $524.30 in-Store /+ Delivery @ JB Hi-Fi

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This is the lowest price to date for this revision of the turntable as I've been keeping an eye out for it since Black Friday. I think I might be patient and wait it out a bit longer or wait until the LP120X hits an all time low on Amazon again, but you might be interested in grabbing one now.

It would pair nicely with the 15% off Him/Her/Kids/Teen Giftcard from Coles, meaning it would cost you $445.66 if you were one of the lucky ones!

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  • Any audiophile out there. hows this compare to Pro-Ject T1

    • For vinyl it's often a preference thing. Both of these seem to review very well. Have a read of how people describe the sound from these tables, and the cartridges they come with - see which better suits your music and taste.

      Unrelated to sound somewhat, the T1 being entirely made in Europe is quite cool!

  • LP120 USB only version is $454.30 as well if you don't need the bluetooth functionality https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/audio-technica-lp120xusb-...

    I got a bunch of JB Gift Cards last year and i had planned on using them for a turntable, sick of waiting for sale on the Pro Ject ones so i'll probably get this one.

    • I have the 120. Really solid unit and hasn’t skipped a beat in the five years I’ve had it.

      • Have you modified yours at all? i must admit i'm somewhat underwhelmed by the sound quality coming through mine from brand new vinyl. A lot of sites talk about upgrading the cart but have a feeling i'm going to end up spending $250 for next to no difference

        Rest of the system is Onkyo/Klipsch so i figure they aren't the weak links

  • Whats a good entry level one thats currently on special at JB?
    Wife wants a record player turntable but I have zero clue about them lol :)

    LP60X $188.30
    LP60XUSB $202.30
    AT-LP60XBT $209

    LP2X $300.30

    Marley Stir-It-Up Wireless Bluetooth Turntable $314

    • I have the LP2X almost 2 years (bought it like $399). It's solid and is fully-automatic. No fancy features like BT and USB.

  • @simplycurious

    Good find this. I was checking it out a few days ago.

    I sat back watching for the first self-proclaimed 'audiophile' to dip their oar in and proclaim the superiority of a Pro-Ject product and I wasn't disappointed.

    At the end of the day it's all about the listening quality that is perceived by the individual's ultimately subjective listening preferences. In other words, personal choice.

    Both of these brands are excellent. I would never suggest that Pro-Ject is better, however they are more expensive and have less features overall.

    I have a circa 1983 vintage German Linn Sondek turntable and would never swap it for all the tea in China. If it ever dies I would be pushed to replace it.

    Anyway, I will be looking forward to buying this for both the Blue-tooth features and the ability to archive some of my LP's to digital (FLAC) format. This unit would supplement, but not replace my trusty L-S unit.

    • Linn are from Scotland unless they outsourced manufacture to Germany at some point.

    • A German LP12? I doubt that very much. You sure your not mixing up where it might of come from as opposed to where it was manufactured?

      Look on the back and check the serial number against the LP12 data base list available on many sites(Steve Hoffman, SNA here in Aus, Audiogon in the US, cybiosis in the UK and the official Linn site as well). Every LP12 ever made has a serial number and in many cases you'll actually see a name, as in; Checked by Sarah Ford or checked by Stan McMahon under the plinth.

      Have you ever had it fettled? If not then you'd be well advised to drop it into a Linn dealer and get your bearing checked out and the springs reset as suspension tables that old do need a regular service every few years.

  • LP2X also on sale for $300. Bought a couple of weeks ago for $320 from Manny’s. Wish I waited for this to stack with gift cards. Nice record player, but I’m not an expert by any means