Play vinyl records through home speakers with this Audio Technica automatic belt-drive turntable. Featuring Bluetooth and RCA connectivity, this belt-drive turntable connects to and streams audio through wired and wireless speaker systems. This Audio Technica automatic belt-drive turntable offers two operating speeds and boasts a die-cast aluminum platter that minimizes resonance for clean, high-quality sound.
Fully automatic belt-drive design
Offers a reliable way to listen to your music collection.
Enjoy sound as it was meant to be heard in full stereo.
Plays 33-1/3 and 45 rpm
Keep your music going with the speeds this turntable offers.
Enjoy seamless wireless connectivity with Bluetooth.
Dual Magnet phono cartridge
Provides rich audio quality and easy stylus replacement.
Hard diamond styluses are designed to last.
Hinged detachable dust cover
Dust cover protects your vinyl records from damage.
Literally my only complaint about this player is that the very beat-up albums in my collection are finally showing their age. On the old suitcase model I had, you couldn't really hear a difference between my brand new albums and the ones I salvaged from yard sales. On this, the sound quality is so high that you can hear absolutely everything with perfect clarity. Amazing vinyl sound at a beginner's price point<3
Decided to upgrade my 6 year old “suitcase style” record player for this. Paired it with my new Edifier speakers & it plays beautifully! The Bluetooth connection is solid & connects quickly. Would definitely recommend!
Great record player, especially if it’s your first. Affordable and high quality with an easy setup. I had everything working within a few minutes and only minimal assembly was required. Sound is superb and the Bluetooth technology is quite convenient. I have a small speaker and the tech allowed for a wireless setup which was ideal for my minimalist preference. Highly recommended.
My first (modern) vinyl record player and its awesome!! I usually listen to music from it, through my Google Nest Home products. Was happily surprised to find out that when you’ve setup a speaker group (more than one Google Nest Speaker product), you can simply tell the one that’s currently connected to the record player, via Bluetooth, to “play this on _ _ _” and it will play whatever record’s playing, on that group, rather than just the one speaker.
I needed a small footprint turntable for my bedroom and after looking at specs and online reviews decided on this one. This turntable is mostly plastic and almost felt like a toy when i took it out for the box. But my reservations were completely gone once i loaded a record and hit play. While the construction will not impress you, Audio-Technica still makes it clear they know what they're doing when it comes to turntables. One caveat: The catridge is not user upgradeable so there's no way to coax more performance from this turntable. Luckily, it does produce a very listening sound. It may not have the same detail of turntables 2 or 3 times it's price but if you're using its BT with a wireless speakers or headphones, you will be very happy with this turntable. BT is simple Press the BT pairing button and the lights flash red/blue quickly while searching for the BT device. Once connected that's it.
Other than installing the belt drive everything on this turntable is fully automatic.
I wish the protective cover is a bit taller though since my record weight puck is tall that i can't close the cover when using it.
Overall good quality. My only negatives would be that the buttons feel cheap and you can only sync to one Bluetooth device at a time. It doesn’t store device information between speakers. The sound quality is excellent. It was easy to assemble and fit into an old furniture piece. It’s streamlined for ease and practicality. A great addition to our entertainment ensemble!
A:AnswerIt does not have its own speaker. At this time all of our turntables have to be connected to an external speaker in some way. The simplest and most cost-effective way to use the AT-LP60-BT Wireless turntable is to pair it to a Bluetooth speaker or Bluetooth headphone, or to hard-wire it to a pair of self-powered (aka active) speakers or headphone amplifier and headphones.
A:AnswerYes, by using the 3.5 mm stereo Analog Out jack on the rear of the turntable, it is possible to connect the turntable to the LINE IN jack on a computer. Note that the audio cable provided with the turntable is a 3.5 mm male stereo to dual RCA male type cable. You will need either an adapter cable, the dual RCA female to 3.5 mm male stereo type, or a different cable all together - the 3.5 mm male stereo to 3.5 mm male stereo type, to connect the turntable to the computers LINE IN jack. Make certain that you set the preamp selector switch located on the rear of the turntable to the LINE position and select the LINE IN jack on the computer as the input device.
A:AnswerYou can just plug it into power and pair it to a Bluetooth speaker. There is also a wired connection that permits the turntable to be connected to a powered speaker that may not feature Bluetooth.