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Audio Technica AT-LP2X Turntable $299 + $9.90 Shipping ($0 Click and Collect/in-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


Audio Technica AT-LP2X Turntable. Same as previously recorded lowest price.

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  • +7

    decent price for an entry level TT… hopefully it stops people buying the cheap flea market/crossley/Marley garbage :)

  • Knowing nothing about TTs would you recommend a cartridge upgrade or is the supplied one okay?

    • +1

      I have been using one of these for two or so years now with the original cartridge, I have read that an upgrade will improve things slightly but I have had no complaints so far. I'm not an expert but would the money towards a new cartridge not be better spent on just upgrading to a better overall model?

      • +2

        Are you sure you're not using the LP60?

        Most of these have a pretty much as good as it gets cartridge and stylus included, so I'd roll with that if you're going with something like this.

        These are kind of a set and forget table, replacing the stylus when it's done of course. But no real upgrades and a good entry level setup, but you're probably going to be limited by the other hardware too.

      • I'd save your money towards a new TT which would take advantage of a better cartridge.

        It's more than just the cartridge that goes towards good quality sound - the plinth and how it's braced, tonearm, the motor that drives it, the platter…. I'm not too familiar with audio-technica's range of TT's or cartridges especially at this entry level, I suspect that unless you spend a couple hundred on the VM95EN or above it won't make a difference and even then it's limited by the rest of the machine…and that's if your ears would even tell the difference.

  • Hi All, is it better to cop this or the Pro-Ject Primary E? Available at around $350 rn

    • +1

      I would say the Project is a better turntable overall (even though it is their absolute entry level) but note that you will need a separate phono stage (the AT in this post has a built in phono stage from memory so you can plug it straight into speakers).

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