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If that happens to be you, please, head straight for the Numark TTX USB or the Stanton STR8150 and ignore the rest. A solid turntable in an understated, rather sophisticated design (the white version looks great), which is easy to set up – like a simple jigsaw even a toddler could do, it consists of just a few separate elements and the resulting sound is terrific. Audio-Technica AT-LP5 USB Turntable: £330, Amazon This is a lovely looking, sturdy turntable but the best thing about it is that it sounds, as you’d expect from headphones specialists, excellent. Numark TTX USB: £440, DJ Tech Direct Sturdy, heavy, durable and with a backlit LCD display – this is a turntable designed for someone looking to do a bit more than just play an album from start to finish in the lounge.Having to manually change speeds by shifting the belt beneath the main platter is but a small price to pay. It’s also really easy to put together - you just plug it into your amp and away you go - and there’s a USB output that comes with Audacity software included, for anyone keen to digitise their vinyl onto their PC or Mac. Ideal for budding turntablists from the company that specialises in DJ equipment, it’s a modern deck intended for scratching and mixing. LENCO L-85: £120, John Lewis For a record hunter with a slightly smaller budget, this is a decent option.In our case, the ones we’ve selected are all manual, which means that you will be required to add and remove the needle to the record yourself, and one or two are “belt driven” which means you may need to change the RPM – generally between 33rpm and 45rpm – manually too.This only causes problems for people looking to DJ their records, who would be wiser to look at direct drives. Rega Planar 2: £375, Amazon British company Rega has been making excellent record decks for years and this one maintains the high standards its keeps.It’s got great sound quality, and is reassuringly weighty - which any keen buyer of turntables will know is massively important.
This is where long-time online friends finally meet in the flesh, and new friends are made over the weekend.Over the course of the weekend tens of thousands of enthusiastic fans descend on the venue for three days of gaming, technology, gadgets, and geek lifestyle entertainment.You can buy new games and consoles, chat with local comic book artists, or take selfies with your favourite cosplayers.You can record hi-res tracks directly onto your computer, or you can just sit back and listen to albums from start to finish with impeccable sound. Music Hall MMF-2.2 Turntable: £349, Audio Emotion This is one of the few turntables on the list that doesn’t come with a USB connection, and that’s no bad thing.It has a simple all-black elegant design with a classic plinth - probably the top choice for avid vinyl enthusiasts looking to expertly digitise their collection. Stanton STR8150: £469, Amazon If you were to talk to a turntable trainspotter, they’d use flummoxing technical words like “torque”, but really, all you need to know about this record player is that it rivals the legendary Technics 12 as the ultimate “deck” for people who like to cleverly manipulate their vinyl, with beat matching and scratching. This is simply a well-made record player built to do a great job of playing records.