Audio-Technica’s revised turntable remains a fine proposition for those who want a good sounding, fuss-free deck.
Rega’s radical approach to turntable design delivers a performance that challenges alternatives well beyond its price.
A high-end turntable package that combines agility and dynamic dexterity better than any rival we've heard.
SME’s first all-in-one turntable package turns out to be a winner. It isn’t cheap, but it is brilliant.
There’s a lot to like about the Pro-Ject T1 turntable, but it could do with a little more care over timing and dynamics.
A no-nonsense, fully automatic turntable with a built-in phono stage, Bluetooth and a surprisingly musical sound.
This isn’t your typical £1500 turntable, but the Cambridge Audio Alva TT is an interesting take with plenty of positives.
This capable, but lightweight, Bluetooth turntable doesn’t quite reach the standard of many previous Audio-Technica attempts.
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