For $189 AUD which in USD is $147 you are getting what you pay for remember that. Please feel free to discuss and have constructive arguments concerning the topic, but anything moving into personal confrontations will be handled as per the sidebar guidelines: [–]Spalomi 34 points35 points36 points 3 years ago (3 children), I owned and used one for a year before upgrading. If there were speed issues, I was not sophisticated enough to notice. <...>, /u/Giantballzachs: "I bought one for my dad to play his old records on. [–]Overclock72826Pioneer 7 points8 points9 points 3 years ago (0 children). I have other records that don't have this problem, but they are double LPs and don't pack as many songs or as much play time on one side. I agree that if you're only looking for something for occasionally playing old records or you're just looking to try vinyl out before dropping serious money, the LP-60 isn't a bad choice. Tracking speed seems fine - I spent a fair bit of time A/B'ing between the player and Google Music, with barely any deviation. It's an OK starter table but I don't think it would be an appreciable upgrade over the Jensen. Why drop hundreds of dollars on a TT that may just end up sitting there? [–]heydianahey 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago (0 children). I bought one about six months ago. REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc. π Rendered by PID 11204 on r2-app-096589ee498c21690 at 2020-12-23 22:53:53.086043+00:00 running 6abf2be country code: FR. [–]No_Meaning_Here 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago* (4 children). Why I Have A Minor Crush On Audio-Technica’s LPW40wn Turntable. I've had multiple turntables in the past, and I currently have this one. Curious: Multiple turntables - which ones have you owned? [–]rob_harrisPro-Ject 4 points5 points6 points 3 years ago (2 children). It serves its intention properly. /r/PunkRecords - Anarchy in the Record Store! Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Glad I upgraded after. Except that the Debut is a better built table...so likely, no, we wouldn't have as many complaints. But the problem comes when people have speed issues and skipping problems and instead of blaming the table (why would they, it gets great reviews!) However, I am looking to finally upgrade my TT. I often listen to one album a day often more, all plastic body so no Wood MDF here to stop with resonance. I'd recommend saving more cash and getting something better. It met all of my wishes in terms of hooking it up, how it looked, reviews, and budget. [–]aspacelotPro-Ject 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (2 children). <...>, /u/holyherbalist: "...the motor wouldn't turn at 33.3 rpm, but at like 29 rpm." The lp60 was my first turntable before I switched to the pro ject debut carbon....and i can tell you, the lp60 ruins the inner grooves of records. Haven't had any issues with it. Is the Audio Technica LP60 a good entry turntable? Automatic play/stop <...>, /u/K-ralz: "I've never had any major issues with it. But note that you are disagreeing based on the experience you've had with your table. As far as tracking, mine only had the occasional record it didn't like, and that seems to be the consensus. I unplugged it, cleaned it up a little, checked everything and plugged it back in. Is the Audio Technica LP60 a good entry turntable? (4) Posts specifically intending to buy, sell, or trade vinyl or stereo equipment are not permitted. I like the USB function as well. Overall I think it gets too much hate. Luckily google exists and I managed to understand what I needed, set my budget, and I started building my setup. [–]Ham1ltronAudio Technica 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (0 children). In terms of damage to my discs, I don't think I listened to any single record more than maybe 10 times on that deck, but I certainly didn't notice any exacerbation of quality issues. Hello, I have some questions regarding the LP60 and record players/needles in general. Didn't want to go CL route as I had little knowledge of used TT back then and if you're starting out and still on the fence, you probably wouldn't want to spend too much time doing research. <...>, /u/edmcmuffin03: "Sent it back twice because they skipped on most of my 180 gram record." Over on Amazon, 82% of the LP60's written reviews are positive, so I think your experience is typical, rather than "very lucky". Sure you can get better, but to get started with it's a solid player. And honestly I don't think it's all that bad IF you get a good one off of the production line, but with shoddy QC it's not exactly ideal. [–]rdmdcneDenon 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (4 children). If my best friend asked me for a recommendation, I would probably offer to get him set up with a used player. Between friends/family and Craiglist you should be able to put together a really respectable system for about the same as their hundred dollar price point. One of my favorite Megadeth records, Rust in Peace, has really bad inner groove distortion on side A because of this turntable. First hand accounts are the source of my understanding. It plays every record I've tried on it start to finish and exactly as intended (obviously with imperfect but acceptable sound quality like most budget turntables), except for any records that have visible scratches that would impede playback regardless of the turntable you play it on. The records sat for a year or two, unplayed, as I didn't have any gear on which to play them. 1) an exhaustive list of all "mid range" turntables of yesteryear. My copy of Homework even skips on my Optimus P-Mount turntable, which doesn't have any problem with the hundreds of other vinyl records I own. © 2020 reddit inc. All rights reserved. It's most likely far better than what your parents used to listen to vinyl back in the day. While the price point seems right, the slower playback was maddening for me, so I can't recommend it. <...>, /u/Howard_Roark7: "...haven't had any problems with it and really no sound problems. I'm very pleased with the sound quality. With a built-in switchable phono preamp, the AT-LP60 may be connected directly to a computer and other components with no dedicated turntable input. Easy fixable with printed strobe and screwdriver (thanks to /u/vwestlife). The only universal issue, as far as I know, is that over time the speed won't remain consistent. Owning for 5 month. [–]vwestlifeBSR 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (1 child), If you know which part is missing or broken, you can try ordering a replacement directly from Audio-Technica: http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/site/64ea131fd5246c78/index.html. (Note that my definition of "ruin" would be a noticeable permanent downturn in sound quality and increase in surface noise after several passes. No real issues with playback on mine except for when I put on Metallica's Black Album I had skips galore (have to assume LP-60 was at fault as my new Pro-Ject Debut Carbon DC does not have the same problem), [–]SteveTenants 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (2 children). /r/cd_collectors - CDs Are Also Pretty Neat! Feel free to post them in the comments. Feel free to post them in the comments. You might hear a tick or pop once every revolution due to the scratch, but if you can learn to ignore that, then you can certainly continue to play it. For my birthday, I decided to get myself a turntable, an entry-level model, to see if it was something I really wanted to get back into. What gave you that impression? [–]cabbagedave 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (0 children). [–]yutfreeDenon 5 points6 points7 points 5 years ago (5 children). It's good to know that a better table might fix that though, I've been thinking about upgrading anyway, thanks for the info! [–][deleted] 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (4 children), Yeah, I'll have to strongly disagree with that statement. If it was tracking light, AT would get "this record player skips all the time" calls / … Has never ruined a single record. EDIT: It's been brought to my attention it DOES have anti-skate, however, it's not adjustable. Post get removed? You make it sound as if the LP60 is superior to most vintage equipment but this simply isn't true. Right now I'm just really enjoying searching for classic rock bands and the whole playing the record process. I love Safe As Milk. [–]MusicalArchives 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). Is it OK (imagine the OK is underlined … Press J to jump to the feed. I think that's part of the problem in some senses. [–]soundknowledge 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (0 children). If my lady didn't acquire a love for vinyl (minus the mindfulness required for a manual table) I'd have gone with Le U-turn/Pro-Jexxx/etc. /r/Turntablists - Scratch, Juggle, and Flair. I live in Canada, and it is definitely one of the safest and cheapest option to choose when starting out, easy plug and play. I haven't tried playing with having the cover off entirely, but I assume it would solve my issue permanently. So no shellac records or other 78rpm records and 10’ lps here sorry. Message us so that we can check it out for you. Please visit /r/vinylcollectors in order to sell, trade, and seek albums. Most arguments against this turntable are from a hardcore collector/audiophile's point of view. Haven't had any speed problems." Very useful for albums that don't come with a download code. Want more geeky options, more sound quality (I hope). Audio quality...could be better, but for an entry-level player it's absolutely fine. That being said, if I can find something great at a Goodwill or something I won't hesitate to get it. This is where the LP60-XBT really starts to make a case for itself. [–]MagnusBruce 4 points5 points6 points 3 years ago (1 child). It's cheaper and sounds better, and it will not eat your software no matter how much it sucks. Audio Technica AT LP60 Review. Daft Punk's "Homework" came out in 1997 when virtually the only people playing vinyl records were club DJs using Technics SL-1200 turntables with heavy-duty DJ cartridges. Sums up Amazon reviews in general really. Will you take the word of an old person who was there then? Please ask for help by using the Submit a New Question button above. This is the primary beef with the LP-60...it's just inconsistently built...you may get a perfect one, you may not. So even if you upgraded to a better turntable, it still might skip on that album. Where there was, it was generally caused by track start / ends. Have questions? Shitty turntable. I upgraded to the denon from an LP60. Any obvious trolling comments will be removed - this is meant to provide a full perspective for users to properly make a decision on whether or not the AT-LP60 is the right choice for them based on their budget, setup goals, prior experience, etc. I've never once had anyone return a defective unit, and most people end up as regulars when they come back to buy vinyl. Don't ever let anyone make you feel bad about starting off cheap, or not being able to afford something nicer. If you're on a budget, Technics T4P/P-Mount turntables are great entry-level tables. Sent it back twice because they skipped on most of my 180 gram record. If price is your gripe then I would advise you to go vintage." For the record (ha! See at Amazon. I pored over Amazon reviews and read up reviews all over the web. I am 47 and have had many turntables over the years, some of them quite expensive. You want a turntable that just gets the job done, but doesn't pull a Crosley? The included cartridge on the LP60, the ATN3600, tracks at 2.0-3.0 grams. 0. I went with it because of the adjustability of everything combined with the automatic features (for the Mrs especially...), and also for the pre-amp option. >It's more likely that it's heavy however, because heavy tracks well, and tracking well = fewer returns for Audio Technica. Personally, I haven't had any problems with it and really no sound problems. Whether some of these other posters would notice it is another matter, but you know, there are some people who think that Sirius XM sounds pretty good, and you shouldn't be taking audio advice from them. Log In Sign Up. Usually when I read harsh criticisms about the AT-LP 60 it's just some vinyl snob talking about how much better his other setup is... that's maybe 500+ USD. If that's what your budget allows then go for it its certainly a decent start, if you can muster any more, go for the LP-120. I tried searching this sub for information on the AT LP60 and it seemed like a huge mixed bag on this turntable. With that being said, I don't think there's anything wrong with the LP60. Agreed - good idea! That said, I hope you enjoy your new and expensive hobby. This can lead to constructive, unique and enjoyable content and we sincerely encourage you to share your opinions based on experience. It was generally on the very loud dynamic passages it skipped a bunch, I dont think I even put on LP2 cause it was so bad or I did and then stopped listening after one song. Be sure to use the search bar to browse for your answer - you just may find what you're looking for! Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I later found out that they were passive(? It plays them flawlessly until the last song or so on each side and then there is a noticable drop off in quality. [–]n8great321Clearaudio 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (0 children). "Cheap" vintage turntables are not readily available in my area, but I found a clean Technics 3200 for $85 and a Pioneer SA-6700 for $40. Close. I think you are misunderstanding both my comment and the point of this entire thread. Having read through quite a lot of this thread, this seems like a really reasonable comment. Whether or not your records will warp depends on how you store them, not on which turntable you use to play them. The stylus is probably still OK as long as the cantilever (the stem the needle attaches to) isn't bent, but I would advise replacing it again before playing any valuable records. [–]mistakenformagic 4 points5 points6 points 3 years ago (0 children). The LP60, with a 3-gram tracking force was not going to harm my records. By Francisco 108 Comments Published: March 20, 2015 Updated: November 21, 2017. Anyway, I started with a few albums, and bought a "suitcase" Crosley record player..because that's what everyone had, so it must be good, right? [–]vwestlifeBSR 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (1 child). Comes with all the cables you need as well but consider getting some gold plated ones to improve the sound quality transfer if you are not plugging into RCA speakers. Most people have said if you put the LP-60 on something sturdy this won't be much of an issue. A detailed review, unboxing and sound test on the new Audio Technica LP60X turntable. [–]adayinalife 8 points9 points10 points 5 years ago (0 children). Pros: it's inexpensive; it works and sounds fine; it doesn't take up much room; it has a built-in pre-amp. Just a suggestion ;), [–]ferricyanideMusic Hall[S] 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). So I'm asking would this be good to use for a year or so until I can get a better turntable? (2) Photo and image posts as well as gifs and short videos must also include a 300+ character description, story, or review of their content. No counter weight here instead it tracks at anywhere between 3 and 4 grams with the sun being 3.5 grams. I'm sure there's better for the money, but it's not the devil people make it out to be. [–]aspacelotPro-Ject 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (0 children), [–]K-ralzAudio Technica 5 points6 points7 points 3 years ago (3 children). My table does skip on Daft Punk’s Homework but not on any of my Toto records or even Gorillaz Humanz. <...>. I've had only one album skip, but that was because it was dirty and also warped a bit. If anyone has any tips or advice, it's greatly appreciated. I actually keep hoping it will break down so I can get something newer/cooler/better but it just keeps on going 😂!!! AUDIO TECHNICA AT-LP60. Yeah I owned one for 3 months a few years ago and the motor wouldn't turn at 33.3 rpm, but at like 29 rpm. I bought one for my girlfriend who only listens to records once in awhile, and I've used it a few times while at her house and the only issue I experienced was bad speed accuracy. I would save until you can get something like a U-Turn or a 120. Share your experience and other related content for the sub. Comes with an entry level cartridge the AT3600. Things like putting on the belt or taking off the stylus guard. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this turntable to someone looking to get into collecting on a budget. There seems to be a few oddball complaints that are valid like skipping and stuff like that, but strangely they only happen on certain records or something. ), and everything worked. /r/PunkRecords - Anarchy in the Record Store! We'll be glad to assist you within our Weekly Questions Thread. I used the LP60 for a year, partly because of budget and partly because of ignorance. [–]well-lighted 8 points9 points10 points 3 years ago (0 children). [–]dethrock 7 points8 points9 points 5 years ago (8 children). It could be way low. I bought the lp60 last week after not being satisfied with a used electrohome TT that I got from a yard sale. [–]vwestlifeBSR 7 points8 points9 points 3 years ago (1 child). Just not great. Any help would be appreciated, thanks. Never was never will. Album/Equipment Reviews - a collection of sub-generated discussion posts centered around a specific piece of equipment or album pressing. General public - Great Turntable for the price. Audio-Technica designs, distributes and manufactures problem-solving audio equipment. [–]T_beck32 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (2 children). Be sure to use the search bar to browse for your answer - you just may find what you're looking for! [–]MorskoyZmey 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). Please report harassment as such so that we can investigate. The big difference between then and now is that TTs were the only reasonably priced audio format at the time, and the fact that records wore out relatively quickly was just an accepted truism, left over from the 78 days. [–][deleted] 14 points15 points16 points 3 years ago (1 child). To help prevent warping, store your records vertically and keep them away from direct sunlight and sources of heat. Now upgrade is coming. Never had tracking issues like many people did, so maybe I was lucky, but just from my experience it's a great starter turntable, but I don't think it would be a huge upgrade from a Jensen. The only real complaint I've seen is that a lot of people complain over time the speed starts to waver, but a lot of people are also saying that replacing the belt seems to remedy this issue. If you google "record skipping" more often than not it's a Hanpin FU700 / R200 unit. On a decent system (Onkyo 5.1 home theater setup), it actually sounded quite nice, and had good dynamic range. Read our Audio Technica AT-LP60 review. Have you had issues throughout the time you've owned the turntable? [–]boyderic 11 points12 points13 points 3 years ago (0 children). [–]goldswimmerbU-Turn -3 points-2 points-1 points 5 years ago (0 children). This moving magnet builds on the foundations laid by the long-running AT95 design fitted to the original deck. When I decided that vinyl was not just a passing fancy for me, I upgraded. I might just buy this record again. Mine will even play the Telarc 1812 Overture without skipping, and that's better than I expected from an $89 turntable. I'm not sure, but again if you're getting into vinyl seriously don't get the LP-60. If you can afford it, you might try the LP120. Now it's 4 months later and the only reason I see for upgrading is to avoid the sneers I have gotten from a couple of turntable snobs here on /r/vinyl. This is probably a tad heavy but not anywhere near the 6 grams of some other entry level models. For right now I have cheap records and I got a cheaper player to see how long I last here. Actually, the AT-LP60 does have anti-skating. There were skips occasionally, but I figured it was due to dirty used records, or less than stellar pressings of new ones. I only played the record a few times on that turntable and that's all it took to ruin the inner grooves. AT-LP60 - Système de tourne-disque stéréo automatique | Audio-Technica Other than that though, nadda. [–][deleted] 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). But it plays my 45 (I believe it's a Sam and Dave one?) In fact, it’s almost like using a CD player. I cannot provide any "hard" proof without. I will upgrade at some point, as soon as I decide on a turntable I like enough to spend $5-800 or so on. Most parents' collections like that are pretty well shredded, even though they were played on better equipment than the LP60. I purchased a new stylus for it, and put it on to play some records. ), and I needed a receiver. [–]vwestlifeBSR -3 points-2 points-1 points 3 years ago (0 children). <...>, /u/MrEWhite: "I had bad speed tracking in general and skipping on two of my Metallica albums..." <...>, /u/Overclock72826: "It plays flawlessly until the last song or so on each side and then there is a noticable drop off in quality [due to inner groove distortion]. MORE: Audio Technica AT-LP5 review To improve the speed stability you can install an aftermarket belt. (4) Posts specifically intending to buy, sell, or trade vinyl or stereo equipment are not permitted. That's the main reason I picked up one (or rather it's equivalent) I'm not sure I want to go spending so much money on something like this yet. If you're just getting into vinyl or more of a casual listener/collector this turntable has everything you really need. After some fiddling I got it a bit better with the original belt but it’s still there. So if you have an LP-60 and you're going to complain about that try replacing the belt. My questions are, is my stylus ruined, is the record ruined, and where can I acquire the parts necessary to lift the tone arm properly on and off the records? As you get a magnetic cartridge that works way better when compared to the ceramic ones provided in cheaper competitors, it is a great purchase. My copy of Daft Punk's Homework was skipping, but less once Audio Technica sent me a little free weight to put on the arm. and join one of thousands of communities. For only £179 ($149), the AT-LP60XBT will offer you a built-in, switchable phono stage as well as its wireless connectivity, and do pretty much anything for you at the switch of a button. <...>, /u/mvndres: "I owned one for about a year... No issue with it at all, [except for] skipping [while] playing the unofficial release of Channel Orange. (self.vinyl). What has been your overall experience? Since these conversations have gone south in the past, I'd like to post a reminder from the sidebar for our harassment policy. The complaints about speed fluctuations and/or skipping seem to be concentrated on vinyl communities where there are more hardcore enthusiasts or audiophiles. They cost around US$5 on eBay and are noticeably thicker and stronger than the original belt the turntable comes with. Until then, I'll spend my money on records. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. These belong in /r/downloadcodes! No skipping or sound issues, and I like the automatic return feature. The Pro-Ject … I actually synced the playback of the first song with a digital version and after 30 seconds of playback the vinyl was 1-1.5 seconds behind. I'm not huge into vinyl, so keep in mind I obviously lean towards more of a casual mindset. As for the record itself, if it still plays fine, then I wouldn't worry about it. [–]midnightauroAudio Technica 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago (4 children). The automatic features are very enticing... [–]yutfreeDenon 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (3 children), I'm not someone who should own a turntable that doesn't return automatically. It has 33 and 45 rpm speed presets and can play 7’ and 12’ records. It's cheap and it does its job well. [–]metrolander 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago (0 children). You also might want to check the alignment of your Pro-Ject's phono cartridge, as that can cause problems with IGD. /r/audiophile - Quality Audio Reproduction. If it suited their needs, many people would be perfectly happy with the LP60, which for the price, is hard to beat. It's not going to ruin your records and for casual listening it's a good turntable. I'm not very interested in buying another needle after purchasing one and only using it once, but I will be sure to take out that white gear! Not true. It does use a diamond tip stylus though so that’s nice, no ceramic here. I didn't know its reputation and if I had I probably wouldn't have bought it. [–]mawnckTechnics 1 point2 points3 points 5 years ago (0 children), I have my parents' collection of albums from the 60s, 70s, 80s. :), [–]rdmdcneDenon 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago (2 children). Horrible turntable that will ruin records. Pros: Useful Links, Guides, and Threads - for new users and veterans alike, this is a community generated collection of our favorite resources pertaining to collecting, buying, selling, and anything relating to records. 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