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Teac TN-300SE Analog Belt Drive Turntable with USB $149.95 + free shippingAmazon link for reference / reviews [amazon.com]
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which speakers would you guys match with this turntable? thanks.
I use these, you can usually get them for under $60. You'll need an amp though.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008NCD...YCbJTZCAJ5
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Pro-ject is a far superior Turntable. I own neither, but I've been in the Audiophile game for a long time and I've kept up with reviews from folks I trust at all price levels. My research backs this opinion in spades.
I own a higher end turntable and bought a TN-300 to temporarily use while my main turntable was having some work done on it and I can say from first hand experience that if you upgrade the cartridge and use a decent external phono stage the TN-300 is a fantastic sounding turntable. It's a steal at $150 and performs way better than the price would imply. An entry level buyer will not be disappointed in this turntable.
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Pro-ject is a far superior Turntable. I own neither, but I've been in the Audiophile game for a long time and I've kept up with reviews from folks I trust at all price levels. My research backs this opinion in spades.
"I've been in the Audiophile game for a long time"

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code dead?
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I've been thinking for a long time if I'm going to buy a tt, been through a lot of audio shows, I won't be getting 10k speakers though but will I notice the sound difference between a CD and an LP when I will just use affordable speakers? Thaks
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which speakers would you guys match with this turntable? thanks.
That's a huge can of worms to open up. You can pair literally any speakers with this or any other turn table. It all depends on your budget, space, tastes, and what features are important to you. Clarifying those variables will lead to more helpful suggestions.
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220v power input capable or 110v only?
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Because they are reviewed by people without a clue. The entry level Audio Technica turntable is poorly constructed and just all around lousy.

The next model up is mediocre.
Sounds like you don't have a clue, either, given that you haven't pointed to anything to back up your claims.
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"I've been in the Audiophile game for a long time"

lol
I still own a Thorens TD165 I purchased in the 70s. I also own a Feickert turntable as my most recent purchase in the Analog Sound realm. So yes, a long time and I've forgotten moer about audio than you'll ever know.
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If you plan to get more phono cartridges for your turntable - try to get TN 350/400. Headshell for S shape tonearm are more commonly available. So you have better chance to use them on your next turntable if you upgrade later.
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I've been holding out for an Audio Technica LP-120 to hit 200 again. Anyone know how this one compares?
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Teac used to be a legit brand. Of course, so did Craig.

As was Pioneer, Marantz and Blaupunkt.
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Thanks! Just ordered one! My first turn table in about 30 yearsSmilie
#backtovinyl is great if you are a music lover, there is no substitute.
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The auto arms usually break and something about the weight on the arm not being good for the record. I may be wrong on these but that's what I remember and why most people who enjoy records try to avoid them. Also the ones where you can que an additional record are even worse as now the needle is not at the right angle (on some units you can adjust the height of the pivot of the tone arm)
Auto arms adds more mechanical crap that can increase wow, flutter and rumble. Everything is amplified through the cartridge and stylus.
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Thanks! In for one
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