Turntables & Audio Players

Amp up the coolness factor with a turntable that expresses your music taste. Enjoy an intimate music experience with a vinyl player that lets you blast your favorite records at the best possible quality. There’s a reason turntables are making a comeback, for the true music enthusiast, nothing beats the crisp clear sound quality of a vinyl player.

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Turntable of the Month Lenco L-85 Belt-Drive Turntable with Built-in Preamp & Autostop Return - Black

"The Lenco L-85 is a semi-automatic turntable that makes your favourite records sound fantastic. It's trendy design and modern technology make this turntable perfect for all enthusiasts. The Lenco L-85 is equipped with a mechanical tonearm lifter, a moving magnet cartridge (MMC) and a built-in preamp. You can play records at two speeds: 33 RPM and 45 RPM. A removable plastic cover protects the turntable from dust. As the years have passed, your records may have become old and fragile. To prevent your favourite music being lost for ever, you can digitise your cherished vinyl collection using the Lenco L-85. Connect the turntable to your computer via the USB port and the job will be done in next to no time. Wherever you go, you will always have your favourite music with you."

What Is a Turntable Used For?

A turntable is a device used to play sound recordings. It works by having a motor that spins a platter at a constant speed without making noise. Once a vinyl record has been placed on the platter, the belt drive and direct drive technologies turn vibrations into sound. A vinyl player provides high-quality sound given its analog nature, making it ideal for music lovers.

What Is the Difference Between a Record Player and a Turntable?

GA record player is a good option for those just starting to get into vinyl. It’s typically cheaper and easier to use. Record players usually come with a pre-loaded cartridge, a built-in phono stage, and cables, so they require minimal setup and adjustments. On the other hand, a turntable is more sophisticated and more expensive. Turntables are built with higher tolerances and allow you to adjust the tonearm, cartridge, phono stage, and audio cables. There’s a lot more setup and calibration available on a turntable compared to a record player.