1. Clearaudio Innovation Wood/Universal/DaVinci V2

    Clearaudio Innovation Wood/Universal/DaVinci V2

    Despite a mind-blowingly expensive price, this is probably one of the most accomplished turntables that we've heard

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  2. Pro-Ject Essential

    Pro-Ject Essential

    This budget turntable from Pro-ject is a sturdy performer, leaving us with little to complain about for the money

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  3. Thorens TD309

    Thorens TD309

    There's no denying that the Thorens TD309 is a nice, neat and efficient deck - it's no award winning TD160HD though

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  4. Kuzma Stabi S/Stogi S

    Kuzma Stabi S/Stogi S

    Despite its truly uncompromising looks, this entry-level turntable is a great performer, offering a cool alternative to proven class leaders

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  5. Ion iProfile

    Ion iProfile

    The iProfile is a great way of transferring your cherished records to your iPod, but sadly its sound and build are distinctly average

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    Available from £19.97
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  7. Clearaudio Concept

    Clearaudio Concept

    A truly complete package, this design is as plug-and-play as turntables get

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  8. Roksan Radius 5.2

    Roksan Radius 5.2

    Best turntable up to £1200+, Awards 2010. Few turntables can handle complexity with such skill, yet still produce such a musical sound

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  9. Pro-Ject Juke Box

    Pro-Ject Juke Box

    We love the Juke Box idea. It doesn't challenge the best separates solution at the price, but remains a worthy alternative

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  10. Clearaudio Emotion SE

    Clearaudio Emotion SE

    Standing toe-to-toe with any rival below two grand, the Clearaudio Emotion SE really is that good

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  11. Townshend Rock 7

    Townshend Rock 7

    It might be quirky, but there's no denying that the Townshend Rock 7 makes for a superb turntable for the money

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