Best Record Players in the UK

Review & Comparison, Last Update November 13, 2019
Are you eager to listen to your favorite music in the best quality possible? It doesn't matter whether you're an expert in sound equipment or an amateur who just wants to bring something new into their collection of audio devices. We have selected five best models of turntables available on the market; we hope this review will help you find what you need and you will soon become a happy owner of a new music player. ...Read more ...Read less
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PROS
CONS
OUR VERDICT
Design
Drive
Operation principle
Stylus/Cartridge
Records format
Functions
Control
Interfaces
Dimensions
Warranty
 
PROS

A 24v synchronous AC motor comes with an entirely new Printed Circuit Board and an aluminium pulley that reduce the vibration transfer, produce far less noise, and deliver a much better speed stability. This vinyl player also includes a 23-mm, higher mass, phenolic platter that features an upgraded flywheel effect.

CONS

The model tends to accumulate dust due to the lack of a proper cover case. 

OUR VERDICT

The Rega RG-Planar-1-BK is the kind of vinyl record player that you can easily recommend to any of your friends that can appreciate a contemporary design and tend to value a clear and stable music signal.

detailed parameters
Design

A shiny plastic case with non-slip feet

Drive

Belt Drive

Operation principle

Manual

Stylus/Cartridge

Rega Carbon cartridge

Records format

Records sizes: 7", 12"

Speed: 33 ⅓, 45 RPM

Functions

Vinyl player

Control

On/Off Switch, Speed change through the belt drive

Interfaces

Stereo RCA audio out

Dimensions

19 x 51 x 42 cm

Warranty

Lifetime warranty against manufacture defects

PROS

This turntable is really user-friendly, you can switch it on by pushing a single button.

CONS

Only plays vinyl.

OUR VERDICT

A dual-magnet photo cartridge is integrated into this modern automatic turntable, thus it provides you with high-quality sound.

detailed parameters
Design

Plastic body with a transparent removable cover and a built-in sound amplifier

Drive

Belt Drive

Operation principle

Automatic

Stylus/Cartridge

Diamond (ATN3600L)

Records format

Records sizes: 7", 12"

Speed: 33 ⅓, 45 RPM

Functions

Vinyl player

Control

Speed control switch, Player control, Size selector, Line/Phone switch

Interfaces

Stereo RCA audio out

Dimensions

9.75 x 36 x 35.6 cm

Warranty

1 year

PROS

With the help of the pre-installed EZ Vinyl/Tape Converter software and USB, you will be able to digitize music from vinyl records and connected devices.

CONS

Built-in loudspeakers might not be clear and loud enough.

OUR VERDICT

The iON MAX LP is not only stylish and space-saving, it is also great to convert your old records to a new format and share it with your friends.

detailed parameters
Design

Wooden body with a transparent cover, built-in loudspeakers, and a sound amplifier

Drive

Belt Drive

Operation principle

Semi-Automatic

Stylus/Cartridge

Diamond (CZ-800-10)

Records format

Records sizes: 7", 10", 12"

Speed: 33 ⅓, 45, 78 RPM

Functions

Vinyl player, Auxiliary input

Control

Speed control switch, Sound control, Auto-stop switch

Interfaces

USB type B, Stereo RCA audio out, 3.5-mm audio in, Earphone jack

Dimensions

10.3 x 41 x 38.7 cm

Warranty

90 days

PROS

Sporting a traditional look with a solid wood appearance, this vintage style record player has that mid-century charm that will be able to class up any interior. With vinyl-to-MP3 recording function, you will be able to effortlessly transform audio from vinyl records into MP3 format files.

CONS

The stereo speakers are relatively quiet compared to the analogue sound. 

OUR VERDICT

The 1byone 471UK-0002 is a record player with Bluetooth that will easily be able to attract some of the more old-school crowd but will also satisfy a younger audience thanks to a number of inputs and modern solutions that make this retro player a piece of high-end technology.

detailed parameters
Design

Classical turntable design: solid wood appearance, dust cover

Drive

Belt Drive

Operation principle

Semi-Automatic

Stylus/Cartridge

Stylus Needle

Records format

Records sizes: 7", 10", 12"

Speed: 33 ⅓, 45, 78 RPM

Functions

Vinyl player, Vinyl-to-MP3 Recording, MP3 player

Control

Speed button, Size select button, Power and volume control, Function control

Interfaces

Bluetooth, 3.5 mm audio input, RCA Line-Out

Dimensions

43 x 35 x 15 cm

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB will be able to make your records sound as good as they can possibly sound. It will allow you to control the speed, tempo, and the overall playback/rhythm. Its streamlined profile will work great with modern interiors.

CONS

The felt mat that comes supplied with the package is a little slippery. 

OUR VERDICT

Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB will be able to make your records sound as good as they can possibly sound. It will allow you to control the speed, tempo, and the overall playback/rhythm. Its streamlined profile will mesh really well with any modern and/or contemporary setting. 

detailed parameters
Design

Plastic body with stable feet, a transparent removable cover

Drive

Direct Drive 

Operation principle

Manual 

Stylus/Cartridge

Elliptical stylus (AT-VMN95E) and Dual Magnet phono cartridge (AT-VM95E)

Records format

Records sizes: 7", 10", 12"

Speed: 33 ⅓, 45, 78 RPM

Functions

Vinyl player, Vinyl-to-MP3 Recording

Control

START/STOP button, Platter speed buttons, Pitch selection indicator, Pitch adjust slide control, Tempo range button

Interfaces

USB, 3.5mm audio-in, RCA Line-Out

Dimensions

14.1 x 45.2 x 35.2 cm

Warranty

Amazon's 30-day return policy 

Rega Planar 1

A Contemporary Classic

Turntables aren't necessarily television sets or smartphones, in a sense that these devices don't have a single thing in common with the latter in terms of popularity. There's a very specific target audience for these pieces of technology and, not unlike the majority of similar situations out there, this already limited group of people tends to split between different camps, with some valuing one aspect over the other, and with certain individuals sticking to particular companies, design elements, or sound solutions. Satisfying all of these people is next to impossible and even attracting the attention of most of them is quite a task in itself. But if there's any device that comes close to achieving that goal, it would definitely have to be the Rega RG-Planar-1-BK.

People that have been around the world of vinyl turntables for quite some time now would certainly be able to recognise the name of this model thanks to the rather famous previous iteration of this device. However, although the RP1 was an impressive player in itself, the Planar 1 could be described as an entirely new gadget compared to its ancestor, with the only things remaining untouched being the drive belt, a sub platter, and a dust cover. First of all, the new model incorporates an entirely new RB110 tonearm built with the latest Rega zero play bearings featuring an ultra-low friction performance. On top of that, it also includes a new bias assembly and integrated arm clip. The said bias adjusts automatically, thus completely eliminating the need for the user to set the bias on his own. All in all, this has got to be one of the most "Plug and Play" vinyl turntables that Rega ever had the pleasure of producing.

Review of Rega Planar 1 Turntable Gloss Black

Stable Music Signal

Although what we have on our hands is still, technically speaking, an entry-level turntable, that didn't stop the manufacturer from implementing a 24v motor. This synchronous AC motor comes with an entirely new Printed Circuit Board and an aluminium pulley that reduce the vibration transfer, produce far less noise, and deliver a much better speed stability. However, the improvements to the previously mentioned speed stability do not stop there, since this vinyl player also includes a 23-mm, higher mass, phenolic platter that features an upgraded flywheel effect responsible for securing a steady and reliable music signal. The last aspect of sound quality worth mentioning is the factory fitted Rega Carbon cartridge that is easy to set up, install, and, above all else, outstanding when it comes to accurately reproducing music.

As far as the looks go, the model clearly does not intend to trail behind either, featuring an entirely new thermoset, gloss laminated plinth with an incredibly stylish and improved appearance sporting a remarkable modern design and a new ergonomically positioned on/off switch located on the underside. The only real downside to this contemporary look is the lack of casing, so, even despite the presence of a dust cover, the model still tends to collect the said dust. But, other than that, the Rega RG-Planar-1-BK is the kind of vinyl record player that you can easily recommend to any of your friends that appreciate a contemporary design and value a clear and stable music signal.

Rega Planar 1 Turntable Gloss Black in the use

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK

Fresh Look at Old Technologies

If you like the clear sound of vinyl records combined with modern technologies you will definitely like the Audio-Technica LP60. Made in hi-tech style, it will become a perfect addition to a modern blue-ray, DVD player, and other multimedia devices. Though the body is made of plastic it is still very appealing. With two wires with RCA connectors acting as stereo output, this turntable is ready to make your sound system something entirely different. As this type of connection is present on all modern models of loudspeakers, receivers, and various sound systems, the LP60 will fit any of them. A built-in preamplifier is an extra advantage as you won't need to connect the external one. Note that the small phono/line switch is on the back of the player, therefore it is important to place it right, depending on the type of the system connector you use.

Review of Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK Stereo Turntable

It Couldn't Be Easier

Completely automatic control is another advantage of this turntable. All you need to do to turn the device on is press the start button. The drive will be put into action and will start to rotate a record; the tone arm will be placed on it automatically at the same time and the playback will start. When you need to stop the playback, replace the record, or turn it over, just press the stop button. The best thing is that the operation process is completely time-saving since no extra actions are required. And if you want to pause the song you just need to press the lift button. Frankly speaking, if you adjust your device in advance, the operation of the Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK will be reduced to a manipulation of only three buttons; even a child will be able to use it.

Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK Stereo Turntable in the use

Advice on Operation

Despite an easy operation assembly, it is essential to remember about the set-up control. You can play 7" and 12" records at 33 ⅓ or 45 rotations per minute. For more accurate signal transmission and to protect vinyl and player from damage, it is crucial to set the switches in the right position. There are only two of them so there won't be confusion.

Detailed review of Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK Stereo Turntable

Key Part

The integral dual-magnet is a photo cartridge with a removable stylus that provides an undoubted quality of a sound signal. In case you need to replace it you should go after the ATN3600L model.

Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK Stereo Turntable application

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ION Audio Max LP

Simple and Elegant

The simplicity of the iON MAX LP is its advantage. A round ended wooden body will fit any interior. A transparent cover not only supports playing when it's closed thus protecting it but also allows you to observe the process. Due to its semi-automatic start, it is completely user-friendly. All you need to do is place the vinyl on the platter and place the tonearm with a needle by hand. One of the distinguishing marks of this model is a small auto stop switch; when the playing is over the tonearm is lifted up above the platter with a record. There is also a cueing lever for moving the tonearm up and down; this lever can be used to stop or start playing. And the last but not least is a small volume adjuster to control the volume of stereo loudspeakers.

Review of ION Audio Max LP 3-Speed Belt Drive Turntable with Built-In Speakers

Connect, Convert, Listen

This turntable works with 7", 10", and 12" records at 33-⅓, 45, and 78 RPM speed. You can also digitize your vinyl records with this device. Moreover, there is a USB port on the back panel so you can always connect Max LP to your PC or laptop. In addition, it is supplied with a special software, namely EZ Vinyl/Tape Converter, and even with a cable for connection. One of the useful features of this software is an opportunity to separate files automatically according to the order of songs on the vinyl record. And, finally, you can always connect any other audio device (like a cassette player, for example) to the AUX-in located on the back panel and convert with its help.  

ION Audio Max LP 3-Speed Belt Drive Turntable with Built-In Speakers in the use

Make It Louder

Despite the fact that the MAX LP is more for a novice user it is supported with a built-in preamplifier and 2" stereo speakers on each side. If their power isn't enough you can always connect it to your sound system. One of the best solutions will be a receiver as with its help you will be able to control the sounding of all your devices.  

Detailed review of ION Audio Max LP 3-Speed Belt Drive Turntable with Built-In Speakers

Enjoy Your Music in Private

You can listen to music through your headphones and enjoy it in private without disturbing your family or roommates since this turntable has headphones output for private listening.

ION Audio Max LP 3-Speed Belt Drive Turntable with Built-In Speakers application

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1byone 471UK-0002

Relive Your Childhood

Vinyl record players often hold a particularly special place in many people's hearts, especially when it comes to those individuals that grew up with them, thus associating these pieces of vintage technology with their childhood. And just because you can't turn the time and bring the days of your childhood back doesn't mean that you can't revive some of these memories and relive the best moments of your youth. All you have to do is purchase the 1byone 471UK-0002 and you will be able to experience that happy nostalgic feeling of listening to your favourite music on vinyl over and over again.

Without beating around the bush, we can definitely say that the model in question is a retro turntable. Sporting that traditional look with a solid wood appearance, this vintage style record player has that mid-century charm that will be able to class up any interior. Even if you're not a huge fan of vinyl, we could honestly suggest anyone look into this model simply as a lavish accessory that could easily impress any of your guests and make your apartment seem so much more sophisticated and refined. With 43 x 35 x 15 centimetres in overall dimensions, it will occupy just the perfect amount of space in order to attract some deserved attention without taking away too much room. And thanks to a reliable dust cover, you won't have to worry about the longevity of this vintage player.

Review of 1byone 471UK-0002 Vintage Style Turntable with Built-In Speakers

Youngsters Are Welcome Too

While this particular device obviously pays homage to that old school record player style, you shouldn't get too discouraged if you are part of the newer generation that didn't grow up with one of these in your house. Sure, the model may look the part, but it is actually quite a high-end piece of technology that anyone will be able to appreciate, regardless of their age. With vinyl-to-MP3 recording function, you will be able to effortlessly transform audio from vinyl records into MP3 format files for later playback on your mobile devices anytime, anywhere.

Furthermore, this product features built-in full range stereo speakers, a 3.5-mm audio input, and an RCA Line-Out, so you shouldn't have any troubles trying to connect this device to any type of external speaker. And if you don't feel like messing around with cords and cables, the developers have you covered with a built-in Bluetooth that is capable of converting this elegant piece of technology into a wired speaker. All you have to do is just connect your smartphone to this Bluetooth turntable and you shall have the opportunity to experience your favourite music through a much better sound source. 

Of course, if you do not care for all of this latest technological gizmo, you can always play 7", 10", and 12-inch records at three drastically different speeds. The operation principle when it comes to playing the aforementioned recording is semi-automatic, utilising a stylus needle in order to deliver the kind of sound quality one comes to expect from a vinyl player. So, in case we haven't made ourselves clear yet, the 1byone 471UK-0002 is a record player with Bluetooth that will easily be able to attract some of the more old-school crowd but will also satisfy a younger audience thanks to a number of inputs and modern solutions that make this retro player a piece of high-end technology.

1byone 471UK-0002 Vintage Style Turntable with Built-In Speakers in the use

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Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB

Performance with Streamlined Aesthetics

Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB doesn't really have that classic/mid-century charm to it that many people like to see in their turntables. But this is Audio-Technica we're talking about here. The company was never really about aesthetics as much as they're about the, well, audio part, hence the name.

We're not saying that it looks bad, just that the model will unlikely be able to class up your average living space. It should, however, mesh really well with any modern and/or contemporary setting, with its streamlined design and sharp but polished accents.

But that's enough about the visual part. Let's talk performance. As it is usually the case, the model is able to handle the usual 7", 10", and 12" records at the equally traditional 33 ⅓, 45, and 78 RPM speeds.

Naturally, it all starts with the platter and the felt mat. The former, with its anti-resonance, die-cast aluminium build contributes a great deal to the turntable's overall performance. Pus, the stroboscopic platter comes equipped with a speed indicator, making it easier to work with different records.

The felt mat story is a little different. It isn't necessarily bad but a little slippery, so there's a good chance you'd want to invest in a separate mat.

Review of Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB Manual Direct-Drive Turntable

Control the Music

On the performance subject, it is hard to overestimate the model's damped base construction and how much it does to reduce the low-frequency feedback colouration that often plagues mid-range turntables.

A similar sentiment can be extended towards the AC adaptor and how well it handles the AC/DC conversion outside of the chassis, reducing the noise levels in the signal chain.

But, as much as these two matter, we can't say that the tonearm doesn't play its part too. More specifically, the balanced S-shaped tonearm with its hydraulically-damped lift control and lockable rest, keeping the audio crisp and clear.

Sure, there are many other parts that contribute too. You can say that about the variable pitch control with a quartz speed lock. You can't ignore the built-in switchable phono pre-amplifier for phono- and/or line-level output.

The removable plug-type target light doesn't have anything to do with the model's performance but it does make it easier to cue in low-light conditions, so the component deserves a little attention as well.

The adjustable dynamic anti-skate control, however, does have everything to do with the model's performance, especially considering the relatively subpar felt mat.

To sum it all up, Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB will be able to make your records sound as good as they can possibly sound. It will allow you to control the speed, tempo, and the overall playback/rhythm. Its streamlined profile will work great with modern interiors.

Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB Manual Direct-Drive Turntable in the use

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User Manual     Manufacturer


 

What Is a Turntable?

Clear sound has always been crucial for all judges of good music. For this reason, turntables are returning to the stage of popular audio players. While one chooses this device for its more natural and analogue sounding, the others enjoy the process of a record playing. After all, it is impossible to mistake anything for the record rotation sound and specific creaking between songs. Moreover, it is the quality of the sound that makes this type of music players worth production even despite its high costs. In view of this, many current record companies release their albums on vinyl. In this review, five best models are represented in order to simplify the selection process so you could become one of the happiest owners of a record player.

For those who want to improve the sounding of their TV-sets with the help of a portable audio system, we advise paying attention to soundbars. And if you are a big fan of music and listen to it everywhere, you might find a perfect mp3 player in our selection.

What Features to Compare

Design

The design is always essential when choosing a record player since music players are appreciated not only for their functions but also for being a part of the interior. Undoubtedly, wooden turntables are more appealing compared to their alternative, however, as a rule, they are more expensive. Turntables are the part of a sound system and if you want to save your money on buying additional equipment there are options with built-in speakers and sound amplifier. The cover, on the other hand, is one of the most important parts since it protects your device from dust when it isn't used. The size is also essential as it will be a pity to purchase a record player and find out that there isn't enough space for it. And don't forget to choose the drive type. Many audiophiles prefer a belt drive motor because it absorbs engine vibration and provides smoother sounding. On the opposite, most DJs will select direct drive motor as it holds the replay speed perfectly and allows scratching.

Record Playing

The operating convenience will depend on the features of a record playing and its operating capabilities. First of all, you will need to choose between automatic and semi-automatic principle of operation. On an automatic device, the tonearm will be placed on a record and the playback will start automatically. This type of turntable is great for a novice user. With the semi-automatic device, you will have to place the tonearm on a record manually. Next, a record format will be another good criterion for selection as you can select a turntable based on your collection of records. And finally, the clearness of vinyl sounding will depend on the quality of the stylus (or needle). With frequent use, these parts may wear off but you can always purchase replacements, just check which type is used.

Functions, Control, Connectivity

Modern vinyl players are not limited to just vinyl records. Radio, cassette, CD player and many more can be very useful additions. As far as the convenience of use goes, it won't be a waste to check player control, key parts, and formalities.

Since vinyl players are often a part of the whole sound system, you should also check connection possibilities. The audio output allows you to connect external audio devices to intensify the sound. And if you are interested in digitizing your records, look for the models with a USB port to connect your PC directly.

Did you know?

The Name Itself

If you are new to the field of musical instruments, players, and other related devices and, frankly, even if you aren't, there's a good chance you may have got somewhat confused the first time you heard the name "turntable". And even if you felt an honest sense of confusion and surprise after you figured out what exactly lies behind this name, there's absolutely nothing to be ashamed about here. The machine in question is a device that derives from the lineage of music players that started with a phonograph invented in 1877 for the purposes of recording and playing back the sound that was just recorded. The latter term derives from a combination of Greek words that imply 'voice writing'. Sometime around the first few years of the 20th century, people started to refer to the phonograph as a gramophone, and as a record player a few decades after that, starting from the 1940s. It wasn't until the turn of the century that folks in the music industry, and, subsequently, the majority of the population started calling it a turntable, especially so after musicians and music enthusiasts began to use this device to play records creatively. Of course, all of the aforementioned terms are not entirely interchangeable, since, for instance, a turntable can only be used to play sound, while a phonograph was capable of recording it as well.

Play Your Music Creatively

Although, as we have previously concluded, a turntable is incapable of recording sound, that doesn't even remotely mean that the device in question is generally inferior to his ancestors. While the player in question has quite a few advantages over its predecessors, one of the most noticeable ones would have to be that a turntable can be used to alter the sound, thus, in turn, add a touch of creativity to the already recorded tunes. The device can be used to apply a variety of different sounds effects to the song, which is something that quite a few bands have been utilising in their music ever since Creedence Clearwater Revival did that in their song 'Walk on the Water' in 1968. Although, if we're talking about using a turntable in order to create music and not just add a variety of different sound effects, we would have to go back to the 1930s experiments in music and sound. Some of the earliest musicians credited for doing so include Halim El-Dabh, Pierre Schaeffer, John Cage, and Edgard Varese.

Specific Terminology

Since people have been using a turntable in the music industry for decades in order to manipulate and alter sounds, quite a few terms have managed to emerge over the years and it seems like some of them are here to stay. When the turntable itself is utilised as a musical instrument, people in the industry refer to it as turntablism. The term is used to describe the process of manipulating sound to create music with a DJ mixer and turntable. While a musician that uses a turntable to create music is usually referred to as a turntablist. This particular term was coined by DJ Dick in the early 1990s.

FAQ:

Q: Which is better, a direct drive or a belt drive?
A: Although both these systems are adequate there is a difference between them. While a direct drive motor is attached to the platter without a belt thereby providing a better torque which will be an advantage for DJs, a belt drive motor is connected to the platter with a rubber belt, therefore absorbing any vibration. Compared to the belt drive the direct one is noisier since it contacts the platter. However, after some time the belt will need a replacement, although this process is neither difficult nor expensive.

Q: What is the difference between manual and automatic operation?

A: Well, they differ mostly in a number of manipulations with a turntable. Working with manual devices you have to move a tonearm over the record by hand, while in automatic ones it moves on its own when switched on. Manual turntables have fewer parts thus providing smoother playing and causing less vibration. At the same time, a novice user or a DJ is more likely to choose automatic devices as they require much fewer movements and turn on with a single button.

Q: What is a phono pre-amp? Do I need one?

A: The main purpose of a phono preamplifier is to enhance the volume of your turntable since the signal passed by the stylus is not very loud. In other words, turntables broadcast phono output signals that need to be transformed to a line level signal (AUX signal) to work with headphones or speakers. There are built-in pre-amps in some turntables. But don’t worry if there isn’t any since you can purchase them easily, even those of the higher quality are fairly affordable.

Q: Can I add parts?

A: Not everyone knows that this option is available and that you, in fact, can upgrade some parts of your device. You can usually add/change slipmats, a cartridge, a belt (if you own a belt drive turntable), and a tonearm. If you are ready to invest money into your equipment in the future and make the sounding better you should consider a turntable that supports upgrading.

Q: What else can I do to improve my record-listening experience?

A: First of all, you should keep your equipment in a good condition. Even if there is a built-in dust cover on your turntable don’t forget to clean it and your records regularly. You can always purchase specialized tools and cleaning solutions in a shop or online. And remember to replace the removable parts when they wear out.

Q: How often do you replace parts in your turntable?
 A: It depends. If you use your device carefully and tend to it regularly it will be in a long service unless you want to upgrade it. In that case, you will need to purchase the required components which are generally available in any specialized store.

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Publish Date: 2018-01-15 13:20:36