In this 1byone H009 review, I want to tell you about a nice retro-style all-in-one record player. The turntable is inexpensive but has features that many people might like. It’s more of an out-of-the-box audio system, so you also get rid of the extra spending and hookups. Let’s go!
Are you one of those music lovers with a million devices and wires, and you can’t decide whether to listen to digital or analog music? In this Electrohome Kingston 7-in-1 review, I’m going to tell you about an interesting player that will help you organize your audio collection in one place.
Rega created the Planar line in 1976, but in 2016 it got a new life with new features that distinguish it from the original idea. And in this Rega Planar 2 review, you will see that it occupies the initial segment of the line and combines pretty decent qualities along with an acceptable price. The elegant simplicity is eye-catching, and the build quality inspires confidence.
In this Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO review, I will tell you about a turntable that has taken a strong position among the models in the mid-range. It is essentially an upgraded version of the popular Debut Carbon (DC), in which the manufacturer has improved almost every aspect and, respectively, slightly increased the price. It is a worthwhile model; let’s make sure of it soon.
In this Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB review, I’ll take a look at an inexpensive but interesting deck from the famous Tokyo-based company, which has been making turntables for a long time. The AT-LP120XUSB is a replacement for the original popular model, first released in 2009. The new version not only retained the advantages of the first model but is also equipped with many additional functions, including those for DJs.
Today in the Fluance RT85 review, I suggest getting to know the Canadian record player made in Taiwan in detail. On the manufacturer’s website, it has a long name: Fluance RT85 Reference High Fidelity Vinyl Turntable. And I will share my opinion about this great worth of your attention device.
Whether you live in a small apartment with thin walls, stay up late unlike your housemates, or simply like to experience music from within, these or other reasons can be a powerful argument when choosing a listening record player with headphones.
So, you are a happy owner of a turntable, and you are ready to improve the sound quality of your audio system. The fastest and easiest way to do this is to connect record player to soundbar.