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Audio Technica LP60XUSB Fully Automatic Turntable (Gun Metal) $229 + Shipping / CC @ JB Hi-Fi

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Key Features

• Experience your vinyl’s high-fidelity audio directly or convert it to digital

• Fully automatic belt-drive turntable operation with two speeds: 33-1/3, 45 RPM

• Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminium platter

• Redesigned tonearm base and headshell for improved tracking and reduced resonance

• Integral Dual Magnet™ phono cartridge with replaceable diamond stylus (ATN3600L)

• AC adapter handles AC/DC conversion outside of the chassis, reducing noise in the signal chain

• Built-in switchable phono pre-amplifier for phono- or line-level output

• Convert your vinyl records to digital audio files

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    Pretty sure the bluetooth version of this was recently at Costco for $199.

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      Not on their website

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    $239.99 for the Bluetooth variant delivered on Amazon, probably worth the extra 10.99

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      Depends if you want Bluetooth or not.

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      I don't get it, some say vinyl is better, it's analogue, probably those big black disks often stored stuff better than the smaller silver ones that replaced them. What is the point of bothering with vinyl and then digitising with Bluetooth?

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        @ The Magic Pudding

        "some say vinyl is better"

        In my experience, that'll be the knot-heads who get around wearing Dr Dre headphones playing mp3 tunes dialled up to 11… they know no better to be be able to know the difference.

        Anyhows… what you hear is purely subjective to you… always put trust in your own hearing to find your listening pleasure, not some spurious argument about which is the better.

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        there is no better sound, there is only different sound. Amp/DAC and speakers make more of a difference than the source. The source is the same for everyone but everyones setups (and rooms!) are different.

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        I don't have any reason to use BT with vinyl personally but there are some niche use cases like already having a large vinyl library and wanting to wirelessly connect to BT headphones—I will hazard a guess and say that the inbuilt BT on this table is far better than a BT dongle you can buy for $10, so it's good value assuming you want this specific table.

        Also, mastering is different on certain vinyl releases. If you care about that you're probably not using BT tbh but this may be a good backup table for someone that needs to use BT headphones for whatever reason.

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    I considered buying the Bluetooth version but couldn't justify the price difference when most of the time I want to listen to my vinyl through the floor speakers that are right next to the receiver. BT headphones would have been the only need for BT. So I picked up the LP60XUSB for $140 after I burnt the gift cards I had

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    Should I get this, or the PS-LX310BT?