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Audio Technica AT-LP3 Fully Automatic Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable $199

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FYI white version [bhphotovideo.com] is also available Smilie
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Anyone know if belt drive and non belt is still an issue with audio quality? Or there is really no difference between the two type of technology?
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Anyone know if belt drive and non belt is still an issue with audio quality? Or there is really no difference between the two type of technology?
You mean belt drive vs direct drive. There is no difference in sound quality, but the rubber belt can break leading to pricy repairs. It is better to get a direct drive turntable (what DJs used back in the day)
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You mean belt drive vs direct drive. There is no difference in sound quality, but the rubber belt can break leading to pricy repairs. It is better to get a direct drive turntable (what DJs used back in the day)
Not exactly accurate. I recommend someone unsure do their own research from reputable sources. Many suggest direct drive can cause vibrations which can directly impact sound quality.
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And same price on amazon
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And same price on amazon
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You mean belt drive vs direct drive. There is no difference in sound quality, but the rubber belt can break leading to pricy repairs. It is better to get a direct drive turntable (what DJs used back in the day)
Yeah audiophile purists largely prefer belt driven. You need only look at the insanely priced turntables to see what those guys are after. That said I have direct drive and have zero complaints.
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thread says expired, but it still seems to be active, both on B&H and crutchfield
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