1. Pro-Ject RPM1 Carbon

    Pro-Ject RPM1 Carbon

    The Carbon is a high-tech turntable at sensible money, but how does it sound?

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  2. Lenco L-175

    Lenco L-175

    Good for convenience, but at this price it’s outgunned when it comes to sound

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    Available from £332.25
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  3. Pro-Ject Debut Carbon

    Pro-Ject Debut Carbon

    This Debut remains a seriously tempting proposition

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  4. Rega RP1 Performance Pack

    Rega RP1 Performance Pack

    The unadorned RP1 is an impressive turntable in its own right, but the upgraded version puts in one hell of a performance

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    Available from £85
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  5. TDK ETVT20102 USB

    TDK ETVT20102 USB

    USB connectivity makes archiving vinyl to a PC easy

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  7. Edwards Audio TT1

    Edwards Audio TT1

    A tempting alternative to Rega and Pro-ject decks

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  8. Pro-Ject Debut S/E3

    Pro-Ject Debut S/E3

    Pro-Ject's boffins have tweaked the Debut S/E3 turntable for even better sound

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  9. Rega RP1

    Rega RP1

    Simply doesn't sound like a budget record player

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  10. Audio Technica LP120USB

    Audio Technica LP120USB

    The Audio Technica LP120USB is a sturdy player that not only plays records but can copy vinyl straight to your hard-drive

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