While it's a bit pricey, the VinylPlay by Flexson is a well-built turntable that fits the needs of the modern audiophile.
The U-Turn Orbit Basic turntable manages to keep costs low while streamlining the set-up and offering shoppers a lot of options to customize the color and build. It's currently our favorite sub-$200 turntable and deserves the attention of audiophiles and casual listeners alike.
With its impressive performance, easy operation, and unbeatable price, the Audio-Technica AT-LP60 is the ideal turntable for anyone looking to get into vinyl.
The Audiophiliac considers this Kickstarter project for a craftily designed turntable, audio equipment, or LP vinyl-file storage rack.
The Audiophiliac finds the little Klipsch R-15PM speakers and U-Turn Orbit Basic turntable make beautiful music together.
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The Orbit Basic is our favorite turntable under $200, no question. With a dead simple set-up, a variety of customizable options on the website, and snag-free playback quality all at an entry-level price tag, the Basic is a no-brainer if you're shopping for a new turntable.
The Sony PSH-X500 promises to be a step above other USB turntables as it's able to rip vinyl natively in high-resolution DSD files.
The Japanese electronics maker introduced a slew of audio products, overshadowing the minor updates to its television and camera lineups.
At CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Panasonic renews interest in vinyl with the announcement of its Direct Drive hi-fi turntable.