1. Pro-Ject Genie 2

    Pro-Ject Genie 2

    This turntable is a Fiesta, not a Ferrari – it won’t set your pulse rating, but will do a fine day-to-day job for the money

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  2. Roksan Xerxes 20 Plus (Package)

    Roksan Xerxes 20 Plus (Package)

    It's a tried and tested design, but the Xerxes 20 Plus is still the leader, with masses of detail, agility and sonic presentation with lots of body. T

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  3. Thorens TD160HD/TP250

    Thorens TD160HD/TP250

    This brilliant deck is capable of worrying anything near its price point

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  4. Clearaudio Performance

    Clearaudio Performance

    If you’re into aesthetics, the Performance will catch your eye in a major way

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  5. Funk Firm Funk Vector

    Funk Firm Funk Vector

    Arguably the best-sounding sub-£1000 turntable there is

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  7. Pro-Ject RPM10

    Pro-Ject RPM10

    It’s beautiful, but in an audition you might find this Pro-ject doesn’t stand out from the class-leader

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  8. Pro-Ject RPM5.2

    Pro-Ject RPM5.2

    This Pro-ject deck was great in its original form, and is a better buy in its latest guise

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  9. Clearaudio Emotion package

    Clearaudio Emotion package

    Spending more than £600 on this package might seem extravagant – but not once you’ve heard this Award-winning deck in action

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  10. Rega P3-24/Elys 2

    Rega P3-24/Elys 2

    Best turntable up to £300–£600, Awards 2010. Up and running, this deck is a sonic superstar. It latches onto the musical message with a skill that eva

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  11. Wilson Benesch The Full Circle

    Wilson Benesch The Full Circle

    For build, ease of use and sound it’s highly recommended

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