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Established in 1962, Audio-Technica is a worldwide group of companies devoted to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of problem-solving audio equipment. Initially known for state-of-the-art phonograph cartridges, A-T now creates high-performance microphones, headphones, wireless systems, mixers and electronic products for home and ...Read More

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Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundry)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundry)

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P-Mount Cartridge

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VHF Twinmic(Tm) System

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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)
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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)

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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)

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Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable

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Recent Customer Reviews

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
bentley878 from Glastonbury, CT, USA

Great Product. I chose this model in part for the 78rpm speed (most don't have) I have several old blues 78's and this player does very well with them. I was pleasantly surprised at all the features, ease of use and set up. There is no comparison to the table I am replacing

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
RubiksCubed from Undisclosed

Great Turntable. I LOVE my AT-LP60 USB. I have had no technical issues with it, but if I were to have them, AT support is great (they helped me with my previous turntable of theirs). The sound quality is great and very easy to use, just push the button and it starts!

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Adam from UT

Excellent for the cost. This TT is built to last. The quality in the construction is immediately apparent--the whole table is smooth, sleek, and solid as a rock. It weighs quite a lot, which is one of the reasons I decided to buy it. Everything is fantastic and reliable. The cartridge could be slightly better, but you can buy a decent one on Amazon for cheap. Everything else is superb. I love the direct drive and the electronic braking features, as well as the pitch control and reverse play, even though I'm not a DJ (I just like to fiddle about!). Wonderful turntable.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
jjplaysguitar from Undisclosed

problem solved. Since my first review I've been able to reach support and they were able to fix the problems. Still a ground wire would be nice.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
jaketheman from New Jersey, USA

Great Value for the DJ Hobbyist who want the real feel of vi. Started back DJing after several long years away from the craft. Decided to go with a controller instead of a pair of turntables; paying 500+ for a pair of 1200's is out the question. And I have a limited record collection. I read about the AT LP120 was impressed by it's appearance and the reviews. I had to see for myself, I already had a Technics SL-D2. Order one Audio Technica LP120. Un-boxed it and was very impressed. It's heavy which gave me confidence that it's sturdy. I am using a the VMS4 with VDJ 7 Pro, I setup and configured timecoding. And bingo, I have the option to use the tracks on my PC and my vinyl collection. I definitely going to a second AT LP120 in a few weeks. Thanks Audio Technica. I do have one suggest, make some in a dark blue or black.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
PJDooWop from Piscataway, NJ, USA

Fantastic direct drive USB turntable. This is a fantastic, fantastic turntable. Did I mention that it's fantastic? The turntable comes packaged with an ATP-2XN catridge, so it literally is a plug-and-play product. The usb and rca outputs are both amplified to line level so you can plug this turntable directly into your computer, a line in, a "tape in," "cd in" or an "aux in" without needing a phono preamp. The motor is high torque and hits 100% speed in about 1/3 of a revolution. This is extremely important if you're using the turntable for DJ applications. What I like most about this turntable is very well engineered, perfectly dimensional S-Curve tonearm. As long as you consider compliance and the weight of your headshell, this turntable has given me surprisingly great results with a few low output moving coil cartridges.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Echoofformless from Undisclosed

Solid basic performer. For a second or third turntable, or a primary unit for the non-audiophile, this is probably the best choice out there for the money. Being fully automatic, you don't have to worry about getting to personal with the discs (which can lead to damage in the wrong hands.) The sound quality is much better than one might expect from a budget unit. It has a decent built-in preamp so you can connect it to any type of amplification. This is also convenient for those wishing to use this table to record their records onto digital formats. The small, lightweight nature of the unit also lends itself to that use, as you can easily sit in on the desk next to your computer and spend some happy time recording your discs. There is one major flaw with the design that I must complain about however, and that is the lack of a tonearm lock. Shame on Audio Technica for this. They couldn't include a ten cent piece of plastic to lock the tonearm down when not in use? It was really chintzy of them to do that...and the included twist tie that kept the tonearm in place during shipping. Yeah...tacky.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
TBL4US from United States

Listening to vinyl again. So happy to have a turntable again...listening to my vinyl....yeah! And a great price to boot! I am very pleased with this product and very happy that audio companies are still making turntables...keep up the good work Audio-Technica!!

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
hotheosagpey from Undisclosed

Best turntable I have ever bought!! I have had two other turntables the first was an all in one unit that was relatively good but I wanted to be able to have more control over the records and I also wanted a unit I could use as a stereo component. The second one I bought was a nice unit until it broke the day the warranty expired. When I found the Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB I fell in love with it. When I received it I new I had made a good choice. I have had no problems with it and the sound is great!! I defiantly will buy products from Audio-Technica again. They have wonderful costumer service and have answered all of my questions promptly and accurately. The only problem I had was when I had set up the turntable for the first time and had some dificulty balancing the tone arm but once I figured it out I have had no problems AT ALL. I love this turntable!!!!

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Rocket from West Henrietta, NY

Easy to setup and start playing records. It's really easy to take this baby out of the box and get it set up. I followed this YouTube video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Zi7d6j8aQ0), and had it set up by the time the video ended. Within minutes I was listening to records. It's super easy to use this on your PC/Mac (even Linux :-D). Plugs in via USB, appears in Audacity, and BAM, mp3 (or wav or FLAC or w/e) of your vinyl. The only problem was that the mp3 file was a little quiet, but that was probably my Audacity settings. Though with MP3Gain, I was able to fix the mp3. I'll need to experiment with the settings to get the right ones. Connected to my receiver (that has a phono input), it sounds amazing! I highly recommend this record player. It's inexpensive, works, sounds great, and looks great! Note: This can only play 33's and 45's, not 78's.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
RabbiAlberto from Memphis, TN, USA

I Dig It! My wife bought me one of these and i am pleased as punch! The sound quality was better than expected and it enabled me to listen to my favorite albums with no huss and fuss. This is a turntable I would buy again if this one were to die (shudder). Now if they would make a cassette deck to go with it...

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
RabbiAlberto from Memphis, TN, USA

I Dig It! My wife bought me one of these and i am pleased as punch! The sound quality was better than expected and it enabled me to listen to my favorite albums with no huss and fuss. This is a turntable I would buy again if this one were to die (shudder). Now if they would make a cassette deck to go with it...

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Arthur from Worcester, MA

Poor Documentation, Nice Performance. I received this as a very nice Christmas gift.In the interest of someone maybe buying a really good turntable for the first time, I was amazed at how the documentation lacks details on a few things. While having the 78RPM speed as a feature, the manual neglects to tell the owner that a dedicated cartridge and stylus are needed to properly play 78's. It might be nice to inform a potential listener of this format what they need to play it. Additionally, there is nothing in the manual that makes it clear what a listener needs to do in order to install a new cartridge into a headshell, or what should be done step by step in order to set overhang. That is a rather puzzling oversight. Nor could I find information on headshells, or if a headshell/cartridge.stylus combo is even available, despite having the machine configured right out of the box with this handy combination. The top of the turntable has a slot to store an extra headshell, yet the instructions lack the documentation necessary to "build" an alternative, or secondary configuration. Really odd. The lack of information on grounding is odd. I have this connected to an Onkyo receiver, with a grounding post near the phono inputs. The last table I used needed to be properly grounded to that post in order to prevent hum. Do I need one? I would not know, based on the lack of information in the manual.The hardwired RCA outputs, with short leads, are also odd. Just spring for a few dollars more, and build output jacks into the back. But the table sounds fantastic. Tracks amazingly well, Setting it up is a rather fun experience, especially for someone who has never balanced, set tracking, and anti-skate on previous tables owned. The included cartridge/stylus combo seems to be fabulous. So much so that I ordered an extra one to have on hand. If I could only have Audio Technica tell me how to properly install and set overhang. Despite poor documentation, I would definitely recommend this turntable to a friend.

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Stg from Charlotte, NC

Great sound, great turntable. Great turn table!

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
cray1801 from Raleigh, NC

Was worried it would not sound as good as my PL-7. Looks cool, sounds good and with the lights and design...is just cool. Paint, mine is black, is not great but looks good. Seems well built, but not proven over time. I really like it so far!

Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Fully Automatic Belt Driven Turntable
Jesse from Princeton, IL

First turntable; no regrets. This is the first turntable I've ever owned, and I'm glad I did my research and went with this one. Sound quality is just fantastic, which is what you really want if you are buying a turntable. High, mid and bass ranges are all perfect. Led Zeppelin has never been more fun to listen to. For the first time, setup was a little intimidating, but that's probably more inexperience than the fault of the company. After it is set up, the controls are all simple enough to understand, and it's worth mentioning that the buttons are very satisfying to press. The lever to drop the stylus on the disc does so slowly, smoothly and carefully. I've owned the player for over half a year now I believe, and I really haven't noticed any decline in the quality of the stylus (with VERY heavy use, mind you.) The connections are great, the USB hookup is very convenient and I can use either that or the analog cables to run the sound through my computer. The whole turntable overall has a very professional look and feel, from the sleekness of it to the spindle stopping and starting on a dime. The only real drawback and the reason I will only rate this four stars, however, is because the platter is very slightly but noticeably warped. Strange for a company that seemingly makes very good equipment for them to skimp on the tolerances of the platter itself. As far as I know, however, this has not affected sound quality at all, and should no means turn you off from buying this turntable. It really is worth the price.

Audio Technica

Established in 1962, Audio-Technica is a worldwide group of companies devoted to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of problem-solving audio equipment. Initially known for state-of-the-art phonograph cartridges, A-T now creates high-performance microphones, headphones, wireless systems, mixers and electronic products for home and professional use.

Winner of numerous industry awards, Audio-Technica manufactures products that set quality, durability and price/performance standards for live sound tours, broadcast and recording studios, corporate and government facilities, house-of-worship venues, and more.

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