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Audio-Technica AT-LP120XBT-USB-BK Wireless Direct-Drive Turntable, Black

Adjustable Dynamic Anti Skate Control, Variable Pitch Control, Dc Rpm Motor

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What We Like

  • Features quartz speed lock that allows for variable pitch control
  • Comes with a plug-type target light that helps in easy cueing in low light
  • Built-in hydraulically damped lift control and lockable rest offers balanced S-shaped tonearm


  • Sound quality may be average

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Final Score:

9.75 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Audio quality
  • Build quality
  • Controls
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  • Easy to install
  • Easy to use
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  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Audio-Technica AT-LP120XBT-USB-BK Wireless Direct-Drive Turntable, Black

    I found 3 records from the 80s this weekend, two of which werebbie gibson's.

    It isn't perfect, but it looks great, sounds great, and has a complete set of features, which is a great learning experience.

    When I realized that the Eonsix TT was junk, I decided to get rid of my TechniquesSL-1200 Mark 2 TT which was the pride of my listening experience, and which was coupled with a stanton 500EEE cartridge, considered to be pretty decent/broadcase standards at

    I like to listen to the vinyl rather than rip it and use it on a computer.

    I think the LP 120X is a good turntable for listening to music at home, even though it lacks many bells and whistles that one or the other group would find appealing.

    Common Questions


    Can I use this ttt to plug it into external speakers?


    I love the sound of the turntable, but just last week I decided to upgrade to an external phono preamp, rather than using the one built in to the turntable.


    Since this turntable has a built in amplifier, does this mean I can use passive speakers or powered speakers?


    Most sound-systems use a common signal level which stereo systems can amplify to speakers.


    I have always liked belt drive turntables, but I've read that direct drive can be noisy. How is this one?


    Decibels are units, numbers, used to measure the intensity of a sound or the power level of an electrical signal by comparing it with a given level on a logarithmic scale.


    Can I use the turntable as a plug-in for powered speakers or do I need a receiver?


    I useBT directly to my Edifier powered wireless speakers, and they work great!


    Will this play an old slate?


    Yes. The stylus and cartridge that come with this unit are for modern stereo recordings on vinyl.

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