Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Turntables For Sale

Turntables For Sale
We have a variety of turntables for sale in the store. We thought it might be a good idea to give an overview of what we currently have available. There are a couple new models and a few used models (all checked to make sure they are in fine working order).

For starters, we have a nice affordable model made by Audio Technica - the AT-LP60 model.  It's $99.95 and has replaceable parts (good for the long haul). You can hook this up to a line or phono toggle so you can hook it up to your stereo system (components with pre-amp) or you can plug it right into your computer (or other line device).

 If you're looking for some audiophile grade equipment then we have the Rega RP1 for sale at a price lower than you'll find on the internet anywhere (I am actually not allowed to say while on the internet here). It's the turntable we have set up at the front of the store.

For this turntable there is minimal parts (to keep mechanical noise to a minimum). There is only a phono output so you are going to need a pre-amp. Honestly, if you are looking to get into this turntable you are probably going to want to look into high quality stereo equipment from top to bottom (speakers, components, etc.).  

For used turntables we have a few at the moment (we never have the same one twice!). The first one we want to tell you about is a Sony model that comes with speakers and a receiver. Basically with this you are all set to go. This is yours for $100.
You don't have to buy anything extra. The Turntable is the PS-LX2 Turntable. The receiver is the STR-VX4 Receiver and the speakers are mounted on stilts.

 Finally, we have two vintage Beograms that have actually never been set up for use (still have the foam between components). They are both $175. The TX2 has the added benefit of having a speaker built right in (or you can gladly hook it up to your stereo).

 The original boxes are here and the 8000 has all of its original instruction manuals too!

 Bang Olufsen Beogram TX2
 Bang Olufsen Beogram 8000

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