Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica AT-lP1240-USB
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Uncle Earl, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: This is one solidly built turntable. Interestingly, the table is lightweight and spins up and down very quickly. All the adjustments are straight forward and effective - tracking, anti-skate, pitch control, braking speed.
Pros: Accurate Speed, Durable, Easy Controls, Great Sound, Reliable Tracking
Excerpt: I had tech 1200 mk 3's for years until I had to sell them during bad times. I looked for a long time at buying used ones but it hard to justify someone else abusing them first. I was not sure about the 1240's by a.t. until I did research threw reviews and you tube videos.
Pros: Durable, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Good For Turntablest, Great Sound
Excerpt: I was lookin for turntable. Found the Audio Technica lp 1240.after man reviews i knew which deck i wanted.i was gonna buy from @ but the price jumped and then taxes and shipping i couldn't go with them.so i found b&h photo.its been my equipment store since.now the turntable.
Excerpt: I had been considering getting the LP1240's little brother the LP120 for months. However after stumbling onto B&H Photo's website for the first time ever I was amazed. The pricing was fantastic, free shipping, and excellent Customer Service from the team at B&H sealed the deal that the LP1240 was...
Excerpt: I resurrected my record collection from the 80's, and I wanted to get a decent record player without buying an entire sound system. This lead my search for players that have a built-in preamp, which are ideal for plugging direct into computer speakers or through my Mac.
Pros: Durable, Great Design, Great Sound, Loads Of Dials Buttons, Stable
Excerpt: Admittedly, I'm new to the world of vinyl, but this thing was easy to set up and sounds great. Now to build the vinyl collection... Can't speak to durability just yet, as I recently got it, but it seems to be built to last.
Excerpt: I am not a professional DJ but I wanted a direct drive turntable to both play my LPs and to digitize them. So far I have only played albums for about two weeks. The turntable has a ground so you will need either a receiver with a turntable ground or a pre-amp with one.