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The new PlayStation is not what I was expecting
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The Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT is the same price and has substantially better Amazon reviews.
https://www.amazon.com/Audio-Tech...B07NFQF6C9

Any reason to prefer the Sony?
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I am looking into purchasing my first turn table.
Will this be a good option?
I am going to pair it with Fluance Fi70W Speaker via Bluetooth.

Also, what are the most important things to look out for when purchasing a turn table? the needle?

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So honest question, why do you want to do vinyl if you're going to do digital? This from a guy that did all records once upon a time.I get the attraction to analog. Doesn't this defeat that? Trying to keep up with all this.
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vinyl is an expensive hobby
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So honest question, why do you want to do vinyl if you're going to do digital? This from a guy that did all records once upon a time.I get the attraction to analog. Doesn't this defeat that? Trying to keep up with all this.
I enjoy listening to music. I want the experience of using vinyl. Collecting them, putting them on a turn table, changing them out, and etc but do not want the hassle setting them up.
If I were to get the best possible sound i can, id just use my sennheiser headphones hooked up to a dac and an amp. That is why i was considering this mid-entry level TT. just some casual listening from time to time with experiencing vinyl. maybe collecting some of my fav tracks as a hobby.
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So honest question, why do you want to do vinyl if you're going to do digital? This from a guy that did all records once upon a time.I get the attraction to analog. Doesn't this defeat that? Trying to keep up with all this.
This has an analog output via stereo RCA terminated coax lines. USB and BT are just options.

It looks like it has a pure analog path and simply uses an ADC for USB and BT.
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This has an analog output via stereo RCA terminated coax lines. USB and BT are just options.

It looks like it has a pure analog path and simply uses an ADC for USB and BT.
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The Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT is the same price and has substantially better Amazon reviews.
https://www.amazon.com/Audio-Tech...B07NFQF6C9

Any reason to prefer the Sony?
this one has USB output so you can transfer your vinyl music to WAV or MP3.
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So honest question, why do you want to do vinyl if you're going to do digital? This from a guy that did all records once upon a time.I get the attraction to analog. Doesn't this defeat that? Trying to keep up with all this.
A lot of people just like the richness and warmth that comes from vinyl. I'd think that it should be possible to capture some of that and then beam it to a high quality speaker setup wirelessly, but I'm sure purists would fight me on that.
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Anyone know how to turn a non wireless vinyl player into a wireless one? I have an Audio Technica. I will still use it with Analog but want an option to stream as well
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Anyone know how to turn a non wireless vinyl player into a wireless one? I have an Audio Technica. I will still use it with Analog but want an option to stream as well
You can simply plug in a Bluetooth transmitter like the below one to the line out of your turntable -
https://www.amazon.com/Boltune-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Playtime/dp/B07RYQ2DD7/ref=sr_1_14?key... [amazon.com]

If it doesn't have a line out then you can connect the BT transmitter at the phono preamp RCA outputs.
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