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Any suggestion on some good value speakers for this?
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Some TT have markings on the side of the platter that allow you to determine if it is spinning at the correct speed. I have very little experience with this, so I'm not sure if there's a reason some TT have it and this doesn't. I've only seen it on vintage turntables.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzvqe-OcNvs
The strobe and markings are more of a DJ thing that you'll only find on direct drive turntables. I you want to check the accuracy and a belt driven TT, you can print out a test wheel and use a normal light bulb. It's free, it's easy and it works great. Most turntables let you make minor adjustments to the motor speed if necessary.
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Anyone have any thoughts between this an U-Turn Basic/Orbit? (I'm a turntable n00b) thx!
I like the U-turn but at this price, it's not even close. Buy the Teac. To match the features, the U-turn would end up closer to $300.
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What would I need to connect this to a SONOS?
A Play 5 will work but a Sonos Connect will do the job better and cheaper. Better, as in, more input options. Cheaper as in $349 new.
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Extra slick: pay with a Discover card via PayPal for 5% cash back. It's a promo Discover has running this summer.
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I bought one, seems like a good deal. Not a whole lot of reviews, but the price seems right.
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A Play 5 will work but a Sonos Connect will do the job better and cheaper. Better, as in, more input options. Cheaper as in $349 new.
Thank you. I really don't want to shell out money for the Play 5. I already have 4 Play 3s, 2 Subs, Bar, 2 Beams, 5 Play ones, 3 sonos ones.
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I've been needing to replace my broken Audio-Technica AT-LP60 for awhile now.. I think this will be a great upgrade and replacement! Thanks OP!
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Some TT have markings on the side of the platter that allow you to determine if it is spinning at the correct speed. I have very little experience with this, so I'm not sure if there's a reason some TT have it and this doesn't. I've only seen it on vintage turntables.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzvqe-OcNvs
If Teac add strobe light in there- They need to add mark on platter to verify the speed.
If user can monitor the rotation speed- then they will need speed adjustment knob to correct the speed. More electric/mechanic component need to to added and that cost $$. That's why Teac only tell you " Rotation speed variation ±2%" to skip all those .

So make sure download and print strobe disc and test when you got this turntable- if speed is off - return it.

Just wondering why Teach did not publish the measurement of turntable rumble ? ?And the "Wow and flutter 0. 2%" is pretty bad compared with others
( Compared with 1982 Technics entry level TT SL -d20. semi automatic P mount Direct drive, pitch adjustable up to 10%, illuminated stroboscope. It is measure Wow and flutter: 0.025% WRMS)
It seems to me the 1982 entry level Technics is a more completed turntable and out perform the TEAC TN350 at 2019
Just my 2 cents
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Very good. People hate hardcore on the ATLP60 which is regularly on sale for sub $100. It was my first TT. I still suggest it if you're new to vinyl and not sure if you're going to stick with the hobby.

However since that doesn't appear to be on sale right now, this table is a huge improvement over that one and isn't that much more. When I was looking to upgrade, I was waiting and waiting for this one to go on sale, but my LP60 died before I had the chance and I went with an Orbit instead. If this had gone on sale I would have definitely chosen it.

It has a built in preamp so less for you to worry yourself about and out of the box compatibility with most setups.

I would call this a mid level TT, and "mid level" is really few and far between. You either go with this guy and probably never feel a need to upgrade unless you are a serious audio snob, or get a sale LP60 and maybe upgrade it a year or so later when you've felt out the hobby. If you're gonna listen more than weekly, this is it. If it's a monthly novelty save your money and get the LP60 on sale since it's made for that kind of casual use.
I recommend a LP60 if you want to ensure that you won't continue with the hobby. It's an easy way to make all your vinyl sound lousy.

Spend $20-30 for each album, and cheap out at $100 for the lousy sounding, poorly constructed turntable. Yeah, makes sense.
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Does this push enough power to have decent sound on the klipsch R-51m or would it have to go through a receiver first? Or, go to powered speakers?
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I recommend a LP60 if you want to ensure that you won't continue with the hobby. It's an easy way to make all your vinyl sound lousy.

Spend $20-30 for each album, and cheap out at $100 for the lousy sounding, poorly constructed turntable. Yeah, makes sense.
True! And the only way to upgrade the LP60 is to throw it away and buy a different turntable.
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True! And the only way to upgrade the LP60 is to throw it away and buy a different turntable.
LP Gear does have Stylus upgrade kit for LP60. It include one stylus( elliptical diamond) and 1 belt. However I don't see why belt upgrade can have impact on sound quality. But a good stylus seems a good way to try - if you like your LP60
BTW If u are someone like the #55 mentioned ( spend $20-30 fora single LP) - Get better TT for better sound quality.. However if you got your record at swap meet / garage sale or from your grandpa for free- a basic turntable that's all you need now.
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I ope Teac is better at desining and buliding turntlables than th are at puttang informaiton on their onw webstie:

"Including a built-in, switchable phono pream, the TN-350 will easily connect to virtually any receiver or amplifier. Use the Phono level out for a Phono-equipped receiver or swtich in teh hgih perferomance EQ circuit for a true line-leve output."

If yuo dont blieve me:

http://audio.teac.com/product/tn-350/
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https://www.fluance.com/rt82w-ref...ral-walnut

For the price of a Red and the Teac turntable....I would buy this.
Since that one doesn't have a Red I have to wonder if you meant this:
https://www.fluance.com/rt83t-ref...lack-gloss
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