This is where the LP60-XBT really starts to make a case for itself. For my birthday, I decided to get myself a turntable, an entry-level model, to see if it was something I really wanted to get back into. [â]vwestlifeBSR 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (3 children). He's right. /r/PunkRecords - Anarchy in the Record Store! So if that kind of modern bass-heavy dance music is your thing, maybe you should avoid the LP60. Be sure to setup as accurately as possible. [â]midnightauroAudio Technica 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (4 children). My copy of Daft Punk's Homework was skipping, but less once Audio Technica sent me a little free weight to put on the arm. That Denon looks dope! It's the original version. I owned one for about a year(I still have it) but recently upgraded. That said, I hope you enjoy your new and expensive hobby. In return, you give up almost all features you get with most competitors. They cost around US$5 on eBay and are noticeably thicker and stronger than the original belt the turntable comes with. I kept doing my research but each time I was coming to Audio Technica. [â]midnightauroAudio Technica 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago (0 children). All the variations of the LP60 I've tested (approximately ten) with a digital scale have all been over the recommended tracking weight. I like the USB function as well. /r/audiophile - Quality Audio Reproduction. [â][deleted] 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (4 children), Yeah, I'll have to strongly disagree with that statement. You should be able to find a decent used, older turntable for around the same price. Very useful for albums that don't come with a download code. Buy external one and it will pay off. The reason it gets a lot of hate is because it is very prone to playback issues due to a non-adjustable tonearm. It's the first turntable I've ever owned. [â]Giantballzachs 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). Used mine for a year, and on albums I hadn't heard before it sounded great; however, albums I had listened to before and knew really well played slower. [â]FamousDrumer 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children), [â]dethrock 2 points3 points4 points 5 years ago (0 children). ..if modern bass-heavy dance music is your thing, maybe you should avoid the LP60.. Yeah, I'll have to strongly disagree with that statement. We sell Audio Technica, and i'm willing to bet that over 3 years I've sold between 75 - 100. [â]SteveTenants 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (0 children). It plays every record I've tried on it start to finish and exactly as intended (obviously with imperfect but acceptable sound quality like most budget turntables), except for any records that have visible scratches that would impede playback regardless of the turntable you play it on. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: (1) Questions regarding setups, equipment advice, or personal inquiries that primarily benefit the individual over the broader subreddit community should be submitted in the stickied Weekly Questions thread, also accessible from the Submit a New Question button above. [â]goldswimmerbU-Turn -3 points-2 points-1 points 5 years ago (0 children). At $80, I could also grab the Amazon-recommended speakers, a pair of Edifiers with the whole bill coming in for less than I had expected to spend on an entry-level turntable. [â]Zanshin314Audio Technica 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). I can get behind that answer. Yes, espcially if it suits your particular needs. I ended up buying speakers with an audio system for CDs (I also have a large CD collection), Bluetooth, USB etc which also fit my budget. Had no problems except one - speed was faster 33.3. /r/randomactsofvinyl - It's Worth a Shot!? [â]No_Meaning_Here 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). Owning for 5 month. That being said, if I can find something great at a Goodwill or something I won't hesitate to get it. I was torn between LP-60 and LP-BK-USB. I have other records that don't have this problem, but they are double LPs and don't pack as many songs or as much play time on one side. Are there any other reasons you chose the Denon over a Pro-Ject, U-Turn, etc.? [â]n8great321Clearaudio 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (0 children). For once-in-a-while listening the LP-60 will be fine. Is it OK (imagine the OK is underlined … Press J to jump to the feed. Speed has been dead-on, as well. Other than that though, nadda. I've never had any major issues with it. They have a serious QC problem. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Audio-Technica AT-LP60X-GM Fully Automatic Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable, Gunmetal/Black, Hi-Fi, 2 Speed, Dust Cover, Anti-Resonance, Die-Cast Aluminum Platter at Amazon.com. [â]icanarejesusU-Turn 11 points12 points13 points 5 years ago (2 children). [â]SensitiveArtist69Pioneer 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (0 children). Personally as a beginner I donât exactly know what to keep an ear out for with this but Iâm sure it is noticeable. The LP-60 will be fine for them. ), [â]padlock1221Sansui 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (1 child), If it were your first table and you didn't have a Jensen: Yes. Because the Lenco is one of the very best sub-budget (i.e. As for the record itself, if it still plays fine, then I wouldn't worry about it. I've had only one album skip, but that was because it was dirty and also warped a bit. Survivorship bias is a solid reason why we cannot judge the quality of old things based on what examples we have of them. It provides clear, warm tones that are well appreciated. If you have records that are warped at all (I have several; some came to me like that and others I did myself in my early days before I learned how to properly store vinyl), forget about smooth playback. The turntable is missing the component that lifts and lowers the tone arm, so I manually set the cartridge onto the record and the whole thing played fine up until the very end. For audiophiles it does not. <...>, /u/Spalomi: "I owned and used one for a year... ...No real issues with playback on mine except for when I put on Metallica's Black Album I had skips galore... ...it is good for testing the waters to see if you like the hobby." [â]jake_dpp 4 points5 points6 points 5 years ago (3 children), Add no counterweight to the list of issues, [â]goldswimmerbU-Turn 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (2 children), I would, however the LP60 tracks at a relatively reasonable weight, unlike the Crosleys which track at 7g+, [â]GothamCountySheriffMusic Hall 2 points3 points4 points 5 years ago* (1 child). I use an LP60, routed through a Mackie mixer and out through a pair of Fostex PM0.5D / Wharfedale E90's, depending on mood. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this turntable to someone looking to get into collecting on a budget. Certainly there are plenty of well-mastered modern albums that play fine on the LP60, in all genres. I do have to say, that I only listen to records a few times per week, so nothing is in heavy rotation for me. Although I worry about it shredding up some of his favorite records from 30-40 years ago he only plays it occasionally when guests are over and he prefers an automatic TT that he doesn't have to watch/hover over when company is around. ...I don't regret getting it." Overall I would rate my experience as a positive one, mostly because of how low the price was and how easy it was to set up. Have questions? <...>, /u/soundknowledge: "I'm very happy with my LP60. Seems to be working just fine. On the other hand, you have reviews on amazon, instagram, youtube, and twitter with people who very well probably don't know much about turntables and hifi audio. [â][deleted] 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (2 children). [â]Ham1ltronAudio Technica 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (0 children). I currently have the (Please don't kill me) Jensen JTA-230. Message us so that we can check it out for you. Just because, $50 for a record player that's worth $500 would be a good find. Audio-Technica LP60BT review: This Bluetooth-streaming turntable sounds more attractive than it looks. I actually keep hoping it will break down so I can get something newer/cooler/better but it just keeps on going ð!!! If you need the ability to play CDs, tapes, radio or MP3s, this is the wrong turntable for you. [â]hamster1066 0 points1 point2 points 4 years ago (0 children). I thought it was unfixable, but it sounds like maybe something in the turntable is at fault, I wonder what's causing it? For those reporting problems with skipping, it would be helpful if you could state exactly which album(s) you have issues with, and their year of release or re-release. The tests shown in this video prove it: https://vimeo.com/213480496. Tracking speed seems fine - I spent a fair bit of time A/B'ing between the player and Google Music, with barely any deviation. That's the main reason I picked up one (or rather it's equivalent) I'm not sure I want to go spending so much money on something like this yet. [â]Giantballzachs 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago (2 children), I bought one for my dad to play his old records on. Don't ever let anyone make you feel bad about starting off cheap, or not being able to afford something nicer. [â]funkytoejamAudio Technica 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (0 children). The difference in clarity alone is marked, but the knowledge that the amazing stylus isn't eating my vinyl anymore is a relief. Since I've gotten it, I've grown my collection by a few hundred LPs and had no issues with speed or skipping. Any obvious trolling comments will be removed - this is meant to provide a full perspective for users to properly make a decision on whether or not the AT-LP60 is the right choice for them based on their budget, setup goals, prior experience, etc. But it gives me enjoyment at a price I can afford and tbh it'd be very difficult for audiophile snobbery to take that away from me. I have the exact same problem with my copy of the Black Album, only on the second LP (both sides), and it happened on both the Musitrend turntable I used to own, and the LP60 I currently have. [â]omghahalol 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (0 children), [â]beg4 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (0 children). It just works. When I decided that vinyl was not just a passing fancy for me, I upgraded. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I'm brand new to the vinyl world and really don't know anything about turntables. /r/Turntablists - Scratch, Juggle, and Flair. Equipment Discussion: Audio Technica LP-60 Owner's Thread, http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/site/64ea131fd5246c78/index.html, the large white plastic gear in the mechanism, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQOQQ5NaSRU. It's not meant for audiophiles or hardcore enthusiasts. <...>, /u/MrEWhite: "I had bad speed tracking in general and skipping on two of my Metallica albums..." <...>, /u/Overclock72826: "It plays flawlessly until the last song or so on each side and then there is a noticable drop off in quality [due to inner groove distortion]. The AT-LP60 tracks at 3.5 grams (give or take a little bit) which will not cause excessive wear to your vinyl. I researched new turntables on consumer websites extensively for several months before deciding to purchase the LP60. It could be way low. Most arguments against this turntable are from a hardcore collector/audiophile's point of view. I unplugged it, cleaned it up a little, checked everything and plugged it back in. I am 47 and have had many turntables over the years, some of them quite expensive. Truncated Commenter Reviews: (If you feel I've summarized your comment in a way that takes away from your intent or places your review in a manner other than intended, please PM me and I'll fix it ASAP. However, it is very cheaply made, and plays/holds up accordingly. Old records, new records, 140g, 180g. I'll definitely try that this weekend, [â]spicey_mouseturds 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (0 children). This forum has higher standards than the average schmuck, despite the numerous attempts by posters like yourself to drag it down. ...or on mine but then again I'm fairly certain that album was mastered by the Gods. If you keep that in mind there's honestly not many real complaints about the turntable. Sent it back twice because they skipped on most of my 180 gram record. For the record (ha! You can start with other entry-level ones like LP120, Orbit, etc and then maybe move up to more expensive models like Rega RP models, Pro-ject Debut Carbons, higher level music halls, VPIs, etc. One of my favorite Megadeth records, Rust in Peace, has really bad inner groove distortion on side A because of this turntable. [â]No_Meaning_Here 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago* (4 children). That's being said, I'd like to know if there are any automatic tables out there that are better for the health of your records than the at 60, [â]vwestlifeBSR 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago (1 child). [â]rdmdcneDenon 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (4 children). Ty Pendlebury/CNET. [â]SacLemore 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago (0 children). Never had any kind of issues.. (like I did with Crosley, had to always google my record is doing this sound, this sound, is it normal if my record ... when I play it) Elle fait 36 cm de surface pour 10 cm de haut et pèse 3 kg. Some of them are turning out fine, but I've seen enough feedback on them to know that it's not a few rare cases. The LP60 has a lot of nice features for the initiate, and being brand new should have a warranty which hopefully nullifies any concerns that buying used gear off craigslist might carry. Go. Now to tracking consistency. It is an automatic turntable so you can press the start button and forget. [â][deleted] 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). I used it casually for 6 months and didn't have any complaints. [â]favouritoburrito 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (5 children). Canât bust it. General public - Great Turntable for the price. At first I thought the frame of the turntable was a bit flimsy and the buttons were awkward to push, but as I used it more I found myself forgetting about that and liking it as a whole a lot more. Please ask for help by using the Submit a New Question button above. I've had mine for a little over a year now and haven't noticed anything wrong with it. It's not going to ruin your records and for casual listening it's a good turntable. LP60 is where people usually start, but I world prefer to spend a little more for bitter … Press J to jump to the feed. That way when the record is done playing you will have to pick up and return the tonearm by hand. Audio Quality, I'm happy. I'd recommend saving more cash and getting something better. It was a few plays later when I realized it. If my lady didn't acquire a love for vinyl (minus the mindfulness required for a manual table) I'd have gone with Le U-turn/Pro-Jexxx/etc. [â]rockinthetardis 25 points26 points27 points 3 years ago (5 children). I haven't tried my 180g yet, but it's been playing the ancient records I get at half price books fairly well. I have since tried to play the same record and things sound pretty fine to me, no noticeable skipping, but I am a new user and would not notice if something minor was off with the sound. After some fiddling I got it a bit better with the original belt but itâs still there. [â]heydianahey 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago (0 children). Pros: [â]vwestlifeBSR -3 points-2 points-1 points 3 years ago (0 children). [â]somekindofstrange 5 points6 points7 points 5 years ago (1 child). I can also play all my vinyl without skipping, which was not true of the LP60 (AT sent me a weight to add to my tone arm, but I think that would have just eaten the vinyl even more.) Decided to start here since it's often the groundwork for >50% of the reported harassment comments on the sub. However, harassment against other users of any kind is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. I have the AT-LP1240 which is a worthy step up. What gave you that impression? We'll be glad to assist you within our Weekly Questions Thread. Bought mine in the fall of 2015 for $79.99 plus tax. It's good to know that a better table might fix that though, I've been thinking about upgrading anyway, thanks for the info! <...>, /u/K-ralz: "I've never had any major issues with it. [â]MagnusBruce 4 points5 points6 points 3 years ago (1 child). I didn't know its reputation and if I had I probably wouldn't have bought it. I'm very happy with my LP60. Posted by 5 years ago. If you live in the US and can save $80 more you can afford a table like the Uturn orbit, or at $100 you can get some rather decent vintage tables. I think at the point where you're at it's time to save up a bit and buy a nicer table with an adjustable counterweight, anti-skate and the ability to replace the cartridge with whatever you want. Best record player under $500 . No skipping, really nothing out of the ordinary aside from the speed accuracy... ...has a standard 1-year warranty... [a cheap option for someone who] wants an easy setup..." <...>, /u/SensitiveArtist69: "...had it about a week before the pitch fluctuations drove me up the wall... ...the speed correction is VERY hard to use as there are small rubber covers to prevent consumers from fiddling with them. <...>. Since I have been personally using this turntable, I decided to write a detailed review. It's a decent table at a good price. Share your experience and other related content for the sub. So i'm obviously on a pretty tight budget and i'm relatively new to collecting. Audio quality is a "nice to have". I saw a previous comment about changing the belt but I want to see what you guys think. [â][deleted] 14 points15 points16 points 3 years ago (1 child). Fortunately, I found a use for it as a 2nd turntable (sampling old records), but I would have never picked up the LP60 if I knew about its reputation amongst communities like /r/Vinyl or Audiokarma - the LP60 seemingly gets okay reviews everywhere else. /u/ferricyanide I think you should do this every two or three weeks. [â][deleted] 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (6 children). [â]aspacelotPro-Ject 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (2 children). pun) though, I work part time in a record store. I can't remember but I want to say it started happening on LP1 Side 2. I ended up returning the TT after two weeks and buying a Fluance, which has served me very well. [â]MusicalArchives 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). Again, it's not targeted at audiophiles. User account menu. Most of the one star reviews are things that could easily be fixed by reading the manual. 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