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Turntables & Audio Players

Amp up the coolness factor with a turntable that expresses your music taste. Enjoy an intimate music experience with a vinyl player that lets you blast your favorite records at the best possible quality. There’s a reason turntables are making a comeback, for the true music enthusiast, nothing beats the crisp clear sound quality of a vinyl player.

Turntable of the Month Lenco LS-50LED Turntable With Pc Encoding-Speakers And Lights

The Lenco LS-50LED is a modern record player with two built-in speakers and LED light animation in the platter. The colours of the lights change on the beats of the music, choose the auto-fade function or choose your favourite colour manually. It is also possible to use the turntable without the lights. Enjoy your favourite vinyl at the touch of a button. Forget complicated music installations, because with the Lenco LS-50LED you can effortlessly bring your records back to life.

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What Is a Turntable Used For?

A turntable is a device used to play sound recordings. It works by having a motor that spins a platter at a constant speed without making noise. Once a vinyl record has been placed on the platter, the belt drive and direct drive technologies turn vibrations into sound. A vinyl player provides high-quality sound given its analog nature, making it ideal for music lovers.

What Is the Difference Between a Record Player and a Turntable?

A record player is a good option for those just starting to get into vinyl. It’s typically cheaper and easier to use. Record players usually come with a pre-loaded cartridge, a built-in phono stage, and cables, so they require minimal setup and adjustments. On the other hand, a turntable is more sophisticated and more expensive. Turntables are built with higher tolerances and allow you to adjust the tonearm, cartridge, phono stage, and audio cables. There’s a lot more setup and calibration available on a turntable compared to a record player.