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This features fully automatic operation, 2 speed turntable - 33 1/3 and 45 RPM, professional aluminum platter, switchable pre-amp, and integral dual magnet stereo cartridge with replacement stylus. -Corwin

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If you don't play your records often then this is a great turntable. I have one, it sounds great and it's super easy for beginners to use. The automatic movement makes it dead simple to use. And I really only put records on when I have company, maybe a few times a year.

HOWEVER, if you have records that you listen to OFTEN, maybe pass on this record player. The weight on the arm isn't adjustable, so there's a possibility that you'll slowly wear down your records after hundreds of plays. Instead of this player, go for its big brother, the AT-LP120. If you're really playing the hell out of your records, you need that adjustable weight. If you want to save money but still want a really good record player, consider looking for a used one.
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It's hip, it's cool, supports the artists while also netting you a tangible product with cool packaging (most of the time).

A large number of albums also include a digital download, so you can get the wav or FLAC files along with the record for a few dollars more than the digital version alone.
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How are these for the casual listener?
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How are these for the casual listener?
If you care about quality and taking care of your vinyls I'd say invest in something better but if you don't really care about your vinyls getting damaged over time go for it. This is far better than a Crosley for sure.
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How are these for the casual listener?
As @Guitar81 said, you can find something better if want to take care of your records. You can find something used, at the same price, with a counterweight, this ensures the stylus (tip) isn't eating up the vinyl.
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If you don't play your records often then this is a great turntable. I have one, it sounds great and it's super easy for beginners to use. The automatic movement makes it dead simple to use. And I really only put records on when I have company, maybe a few times a year.

HOWEVER, if you have records that you listen to OFTEN, maybe pass on this record player. The weight on the arm isn't adjustable, so there's a possibility that you'll slowly wear down your records after hundreds of plays. Instead of this player, go for its big brother, the AT-LP120. If you're really playing the hell out of your records, you need that adjustable weight. If you want to save money but still want a really good record player, consider looking for a used one.
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It's nice but color sucks!
The main reason to get this model is that it comes in fun colors, is cute and compact. Looks great with a couple of powered bookshelf speakers/monitors on top of your record shelf (which you can do for that minimal look because of the built in preamp)

If you want something nondescript or otherwise doing nothing to affect the overall seriousness of your decor, you have many other options, some of which are a better value in terms of dollar to quality. This thing is not total crap, and quality wise earns a solid rating of "acceptable"
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Wow... I don't like this model but damn would I take that color.
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Newer is NOT always better, especially in audio.

Case in point, most of the best guitar tones come from tube amp rechnology that is at least 30 years old. (More in some cases)

Analog sound, as a general rule is more pleasing to the ear.

Different strokes for different folks man, a CD does NOT always sound better than an lp.
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Black or silver available at Amazon for $10 more if the color offends you
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If you care about quality and taking care of your vinyls I'd say invest in something better but if you don't really care about your vinyls getting damaged over time go for it. This is far better than a Crosley for sure.
I'm gonna be that guy.

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Newer is NOT always better, especially in audio.

Case in point, most of the best guitar tones come from tube amp rechnology that is at least 30 years old. (More in some cases)

Analog sound, as a general rule is more pleasing to the ear.

Different strokes for different folks man, a CD does NOT always sound better than an lp.
what amp and tubes do you use with your turntable?
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Crosley's are actually not that bad, 3 grams of tracking force max IIRC when we tested several.

This is a nice record player though I believe it was slightly less than 3 grams and there is also an upgraded diamond stylus you can purchase for it.
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