#1
I wanna start collecting some of my favorite artists in vinyl. I don't know much at all about LP/Vinyl players, but I'm looking for one that is relatively cheap (under 150) and sounds good and is reliable and easy to work with.
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#2
Vinyl players shouldn't be decent sounding.
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#3
I have one that was my mom's that looks like a old suit case and it sounds pretty good. Not that I'm about to sell it or anything......
#4
Vinyl players aren't meant to sound good, that's why they sound so good.
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
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everything that you've come to expect


#7
I think my grandad's ancient shit one sounds a lot better than modern ones, it just sounds more authentic.
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#8
There's a vinyl thread, but everyone in there is completely useless, and only post pictures of records they've bought.

I recommend Garrard/Amstrad.

It's an absolute bitch to find replacement parts, though.
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#9
Quote by Trowzaa
I think my grandad's ancient shit one sounds a lot better than modern ones, it just sounds more authentic.


Maybe, but it was how you said "they're not meant to sound good". You buy yourself a top of the range one, with expensive cartridges/needles and a really good amp at the end of it all and provided you don't play some ancient or broken record, it'll sound as crisp as a cd player.
#10
The lake was silent for some time. Finally it said:
"I weep for Narcissus, but I never noticed that Narcissus was beautiful. I weep because, each time he knelt beside my banks, I could see, in the depths of his eyes, my own beauty reflected."