Turntable

Best USB Turntables: Budget to High-End.

Music enthusiasts and audiophiles alike enjoy listening to vinyl records for a superior listening experience. One of the biggest drawbacks of vinyl records is that you can’t just carry them around when you travel. A good alternative is a USB turntable, which allows you to listen to your favorite LP by plugging the turntable into…

How To Connect a Turntable to Sonos? Let’s Find Out!

Sonos speakers are classy, easy on the eyes, and have terrific sound quality. If you consider yourself an audiophile, there’s probably nothing more exciting than pairing the uncompressed sound of a turntable with the power of a Sonos speaker. But how do you connect a turntable to your Sonos product? Here’s how to connect a…

The 5 Best Turntables for Sonos

Sonos makes wireless sound system solutions that are perfect for vinyl lovers. If you have a Sonos system, you’ll need to find the best turntables to go with it. That way, you can get the most out of your high-quality sound system. The best turntable for Sonos is the Audio Technica AT-LP60X. This turntable is…

5 Steps To Removing A Technics 1200 Platter

Featured Image: “technics 1200 gold” by sergio luna2009 is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Most folks, including myself, love servicing our electronics as a hobby; after all, the key to listening to exceptional music is maintaining your turntable. Unfortunately, suppose you have never serviced your turntable, especially a technics 1200 series turntable. In that case,…

A Guide To Grounding A Turntable Without A Receiver

Most people prefer to do a complete setup for their turntables receiver and all. However, what if you don’t have a receiver? How do you ground your turntable without one? We’ve created a complete guide to help you ground your turntable without a receiver. In a setup that has a receiver, the receiver houses the…

A Guide To Connecting Your Turntable To Serato

“File:Kaisei of MasonDJs using Serato SL2.jpg” by Kaisei-kun is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 Some years ago, people were confused about how vinyl and turntables still survive with their antique system. Some DJs began to spin vinyl and record their music through emulation software like Serato. It is one of the main reasons for the…

Reasons Why Your Record Player Is Making Loud Humming

To most folks, the sound produced by the vinyl record when playing on the turntable is unmatched. It provides an unforgettable listening experience with inherent warmth that you can only compare to live music. Unfortunately, disruption of this exceptional listening experience by a loud humming noise produced by the record players can happen. So, after…

Turntable vs. Record player: (We Explain the Difference)

Playing vinyl records is one of the most satisfying experiences you can have. If you’re into vinyl records, you may have faced the dilemma of having to choose between a turntable or a record player. So, are they different?  While turntables are the main part of record players, they can be standalone units. However, they…

Turntable Isolation: How To Eliminate Vibration (8 Tips)

If you own a turntable, there’s no doubt that sound quality is important to you. Nothing kills the mood more than your turntable skipping a beat when you walk across the room. Whether you are a vinyl novice or highly experienced in the world of turntables, you might be interested in some creative solutions for…

10 Vintage Amplifiers for Turntables We Bet You Would Like

If you own or are looking for a turntable, it means that you appreciate a good, smooth sound, and you enjoy high-quality sound systems. It also means that you need an amplifier, in which case you might be considering choosing a vintage one. So what are the best vintage amplifiers for you out there? Here’s…