The Audio-Technica AT-LP60 is a beginner’s turntable for the vinyl revival
Whether you’re rediscovering your collection or just getting started, the Audio-Technica AT-LP60 gets the job done at an unbeatable price.


Josue Sanchez says:

what were the names of the other two suggestions?

Justin Pendergraft says:

Shout out to Justin for having a great choice in music also, Burn is one of the coolest bands.

Ezra Edison says:

Cheap crap

Zak Micallef says:


David Mansi says:

So this won’t play 45’s without an adapter

Vinyl Record Empire says:

I picked up a AT-LP60-USB. Love it. Its a great beginner turntable. The full auto feature is nice and has worked flawlessly for me so far. Sound is amazing. I have it running through an older Onkyo receiver right now.

Alex Dayenian says:

mine i have plays most of my records a pitch too high

Jellyfish Slinger says:


Devin Dymkowski says:

Can you guys make some reviews of higher quality audio, and maybe the pro jet turn tables.

FastLikeUNO says:

Yuck….vinyls are too damn old and worse then a floppy disk or cassette.

nigga nigga says:

do i need speakers for this

Bend Em says:

It’s more than a beginners turntable
Why not put the blind fold on use same amp and upgrade to stylus and put 3 better players on with same music. See if your ears pick the difference in a blind line up.

Diego Valdés says:

does it needs a reciever and speakers? or it can work fine with only the speakers?

Michael Williams says:

I received this turntable as a Christmas gift (2016), and I absolutely love it! It was easy to assemble, and it sounds and looks great!

Kyle Comeaux says:

If your turntable has a built-in preamp, but you have an external preamp that is a better quality, could you use it? Or would two preamps (one built-in + one external) produce some kind of conflict?? ..Thanks

Marla Karina Sanchez Rivera says:

Do you always have to use the dust cover under the Vinyl when its playing? Or just below the aluminum platter?

Impact by Eclipse says:

So, the unbeatable price is….?

Josh Jones says:

Justin you are the man. Proud of you

EJ Tech says:

Is is good enough to play my grandmas old collection of vinyls? Not kidding. She has box full of em

GRIEF3R says:

c|net, we have came a LONG way from vinyls, you know barely anything about music technology, because the Pioneer CDJ2000s are the best, and sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much better than Vinyls, of course vinyl sounds better but I prefer function, and most do, you can do so much more with CDJs or digital decks.

I have been in the industry well over 4 years and have a great amount of knowlege on equipment and vinyl is no exception, the only good thing is that it has an unapoligetically high clarity of quality audio; no great deal of function with these decks.

Levisionary says:

does it have built in speakers?

Group F says:

Heard a lot of bad things about this turntable, there’s also an equal amount of good things I’ve heard of it. It’s confusing!

Hank Alfaro says:

Cool you use the the Burn S/T 7″

Yeh Mon says:

ayy i have this one 

John Kamauoha says:

It’s all about technics, real djs will always keep it real and still have vinyls.

James Justus says:

How does this handle inner grooves? Is the cartridge aligned properly? I’m asking because I want to get this as a Christmas present for some of my loved ones this year.

Χαρης Καλικατζαρακης says:

Can i hook it up with the “LG LHA825W” or “LG LHB725W” home cinema?

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