Summary: The turntable sounds very good--consistently. No wobble, no rumble. It has an inconspicuous profile that fits in well with my other NAD equipment. It sets up easily--IF you have had experience in the past with turntable set-up and know where to look for packing material, tape, etc. There is very little information on set-up in the provided documentation.
Pros: Good design, good sound, quiet operation
Cons: Very limited documentation, especially so far as set-up is concerned
Summary: Very low quality, light in weight, felt like it was made of plastic. The minute I began using it a loud hum was apparent. Called tech services, they couldn't really help getting to the bottom of it. The obvious problem with hums in turntables is the grounding wire. No way to repair this as the hook up's i.e..,, rca's, grouding wire, ac, etc. are built internal to the turntable, thus no access. I finally gave up and returned it.
Pros: Crutchfield's return policy.
Cons: Cheap feel to the turntable, unrepairable hum. RCA's are built into the turntable.
Summary: I've heard it said that a "Hum" was emitted by this unit. If you have had experience with turntables you'd find that some tables can HUM due to feedback/resonance or close proximity to system/amplifier. This unit will do that if you don't take the time to insulate it from it's surroundings. Once you get that down you'll find it is one of the finest units you can buy especially for the price.
Pros: light weight, great preinstalled cartridge.,
Summary: I have been a turntable user since 1965 and in the interim, I have had some pretty nice ones - be advised , however, that this one is a winner - easy to set up, easy to use and the factory installed cartridge will surprise you - as part of a good home theater system, this table rocks - go for it -