1. TDK ETVT20102 USB

    TDK ETVT20102 USB

    USB connectivity makes archiving vinyl to a PC easy

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  2. Origin Live Calypso

    Origin Live Calypso

    An excellent sounding turntable, let down by poor finishing touches

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  3. Pro-Ject 2-Xperience Basic+

    Pro-Ject 2-Xperience Basic+

    Strikingly clear sound and is pleasingly fuss-free to use

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  4. Edwards Audio TT1

    Edwards Audio TT1

    A tempting alternative to Rega and Pro-ject decks

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  5. Rega RP3/Elys2

    Rega RP3/Elys2

    Product of the Year, Awards 2013. The updated RP3 turntable is another virtuoso turn from Rega

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  7. 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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  8. Fletcher Audio Omega Point 5 and Zero arm

    Fletcher Audio Omega Point 5 and Zero arm

    If you like simplicity with your spins, then this spartan turntable will appeal to you both in terms of functionality and superb quality sound

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  9. Acoustic Signature Barzetti

    Acoustic Signature Barzetti

    With a refined yet expansive sound and stunning finish, the Barzetti offers delights few could resist

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  10. Pro-Ject 2Xperience Classic

    Pro-Ject 2Xperience Classic

    Sporting a sassy woodgrain finish and all the qualities that make a Pro-ject deck worth checking out, the 2 Experience Classic is well worth an auditi

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  11. Rega RP1

    Rega RP1

    Simply doesn't sound like a budget record player

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