The vinyl resurgence has been well documented, but it's no good getting involved without a decent turntable. The good news is that there are some cracking options for sensible money.

We've rounded-up the best budget turntables on the market, whether you're looking to buy your first deck, rip your vinyl using a USB deck or upgrade an existing entry-level model.

Feeling a little more flush? You can check out some more expensive models in our complete round-up of the best turntables to buy in 2016...

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Rega Planar 1

Reviewed on 1st August 2016 at
£250

Even as an entry-level turntable, this is the kind of record player that could take pride of place in a more premium hi-fi system.

The Planar 1 makes its competitor’s renditions sound like rehearsals for the main event, thanks to its spritely, entertaining sound. That's why it's a 2016 Award winner.

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Audio Technica AT-LP5

Reviewed on 13th April 2016 at
£330

How about a deck that can also digitise your record collection? This Audio Technica turntable is new for 2016 and delivers brilliant plug-and-play performance, with no need to worry about adding a phono stage or cartridge. But it's not just about the features - make no mistake this deck delivers when it comes to sonic performance, too.

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