Looking to get yourself a new turntable? We've rounded up some of the best record players on the market right now – from budget options to high-end products.

The following are the best value turntables you can buy, from budget record players under £200, to premium decks for more expensive tastes, and USB decks if you're looking to archive your precious vinyl collection. 

Read on for all the details and click through to see the full reviews. And if you're looking for some vinyl inspiration, then check out our list of the best vinyl test records...

Best turntable under £200
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Tested at £150 / Best price £159 at Amazon

The Pro-Ject Elemental is one of the most basic and easy to set-up turntables we've ever come across. But that doesn't mean it doesn't deliver.

This is a very talented, and capable turntable with good build quality for the price. It's the best budget turntable on the market.

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Best USB turntable under £200
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Tested at £120 / Best price £120 at Amazon

Great features and user-friendly operation make this Lenco the best budget plug-and-play turntable we've come across.

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Best turntable under £300
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Tested at £250 / Best price £248 at Amazon

The Planar 1 is a tremendous success, even as an entry-level turntable, it's the kind of player that could feasibly be the last of your system’s components you’d feel necessary to upgrade.

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Best turntable under £400
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Tested at £330 / Best price £330 at Amazon

If you want a turntable you can plug straight into your amp and play, with the added bonus of a USB output, it's tough to find anything better at this kind of money.

The fact it sounds great is just the final reason you need to take one for a spin.

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Best turntable under £700
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Tested at £625 / Best price £550 at HiFix

The Planar 3 builds strongly on its Award-winning predecessor, the RP3, delivering a class-leading combination of sound, build and ease of use.

Want the best value turntable on the market? This is it.

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Best USB turntable under £700
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Tested at £450 / Best price £430 at Conrad

A fantastic vinyl spinner with hi-res ripping smarts, this Sony is a truly entertaining deck.

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Best turntable under £1500
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Tested at £1000 / Best price £995 at Sevenoaks

We've long been fans of Clearaudio's Concept turntable package. It's a thoroughly sorted, easy-to-own package with tremendous sound that has poise and pace to spare, combining punch, extension and tonal variation in equal measure.

It is an outstanding product, and took the title of Best turntable £800+ at the 2015 What Hi-Fi? Awards.

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Best turntable under £2500
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Tested at £2200 / Best price £1598 at HiFix (no cartridge)

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With a massively detailed sound delivered with class-leading agility, strong dynamics and exceptional precision, the RP8 is a terrific turntable that sets standards for the price. Just be careful with system matching.

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Best turntable under £5000
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Tested at: £3750

Our Temptation Award winner this year, VPI’s Prime is a wonderfully confident-sounding package that can organise with the best and maintain composure even when faced with the most brutally challenging music.

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