Product Comparison: Sony PS-LX310BT vs Audio-Technica AT-LP60BK

General Specifications
About the Product
Rediscover the timeless vinyl experience with simple controls and stable BLUETOOTH® connectivity. With the PS-LX310BT record player, you can enjoy clear, natural sound, whether you’re reliving your favorite LP or sharing a stunning reissue with the family.
Enjoy your vinyl collection with this Audio-Technica AT-LP60 stereo turntable, which features a switchable phono preamp and RCA output to connect to your computer, home stereo or powered speakers without needing a dedicated phono input.
Key Specs
Drive Type
Belt drive
Belt drive
Operation Type
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth Turntable with built-in Phono Pre-Amp, 2 speeds and 3 gain modes
  • The construction is solid and the matte black textured finish looks cool. This is a great entry level record player and an exceptional value.
  • Connected to the amp gives a brilliant and clear sound - the arm moves onto the record automatically making this a very easy piece of kit to use.
  • The unit is easy to assemble and VERY easy to use. The nice thing is that it is fully automatic.
  • The Bluetooth capability is fantastic and the automatic functions are so practical.
  • The platter mat feels like some type of very lightweight foam and clings to the vinyl record when you remove it from the turntable.
Size & Weight
4.25 in.
6 in.
16.93 in.
18 in.
14.45 in.
16 in.
7.72 lbs.
8.6 lbs.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth Turntable with built-in Phono Pre-Amp, 2 speeds and 3 gain modes
  • It is incredibly lightweight. The one-step auto playback is perfect.
  • The turntable is definitely lighter than I expected but I have not experienced any movements from pressing the buttons on the from of the unit to start, stop and raise/lower the tone arm.
  • The look and design is sleek and does not take up a needless amount of space.
  • Compact and easy to use. Love the product. It's easy to operate and sound is great.
  • It's light weight. It feels a little cheap as it's almost entirely made of plastic. I expected something that felt a little more substantial from Sony.
Record Sizes
7, 12
Playable Record Speeds
33 ⅓, 45
33 ⅓, 45
Moving Magnet (MM)
Diamond (ATN3600L)
Integrated Preamp
What customers say about "Audio"
Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth Turntable with built-in Phono Pre-Amp, 2 speeds and 3 gain modes
  • The sound is very good. The record player is belt-driven with an aluminium die-cast platter, and has a rich and clear sound.
  • The built-in phono pre-amp means the sound pumped out is powerful and clear.
  • The sound is so rich and the bass is really deep. It's great.
  • The sound produced is rich and clear, much better than the tinny speakers built in to my previous turntable.
  • This turntable is brilliant. The sound quality at this price point is exemplary, and the Bluetooth connectivity is so simple.
Size selector, Speed adjust knob, Start button, Stop button, Up/Down button, Output select switch, Gain Switch, On/Off switch
Speed control switch, Sound control, Size selector, Line/Phone switch
Vinyl player, Wireless streaming
Vinyl player
Platter Material
Aluminum die-cast
Dust Cover Included
Speaker(s) Included
USB out, Phono output, Bluetooth
Stereo RCA audio out
One-step auto play, Built-in Phono EQ, Thick dust cover, Aluminum tonearm, Detachable dust cover
Minimizes Vibration, Belt-Drive Design
What customers say about "Features"
Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth Turntable with built-in Phono Pre-Amp, 2 speeds and 3 gain modes
  • The bluetooth option adds a welcome layer of versatility to this turntable.
  • The black turntable has a clean design, which looks sleek and it has a nicely weighted, thick smoked dust cover.
  • The turntable is very easy to set up, about 10 minutes from start to finish. Bluetooth was really simple and my headphones paired quickly.
  • Bluetooth pairing was surprisingly simple, at which point I realised a benefit that I never had with my previous record players.
  • I like a gain control selector that determines how loudly the signal should be transmitted through the phono sockets to an amplifier.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
149.99 $

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