Audio-Technica AT-LP60NV-BT Bluetooth Belt Drive Turntable- Navy

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60NV-BT Bluetooth Belt Drive Turntable- Navy

Overview

(Pictured speakers not included) Cut the cord, keep the vinyl. The AT-LP60-BT gives you all the great features of the popular AT-LP60 fully automatic belt-drive stereo turntable but with the added convenience of Bluetooth® wireless connectivity. So you can set up your turntable in one room and listen to it in another without having to run a bunch of cables. Up to eight different pairs of speakers, headphones or other devices that utilize Bluetooth® wireless technology can be stored in the AT-LP60-BT’s memory. Once stored, a simple push of the turntable’s Function button is all that is required to connect the turntable to your chosen wireless device.

The AT-LP60-BT also gives you the option of operating it just like a regular turntable with a traditional wired connection. Either way – wired or wireless – you get outstanding audio with the ease of automatic operation: just push the Start button to begin playing a record, and the Stop button to lift and return the tone arm and shut off the turntable (the stop function occurs automatically when a record has played all the way through). A tone arm Lift button is also included to let you raise and lower the tone arm without stopping the turntable.

Audio-Technica has been a leader in phono cartridge design for more than 50 years, and that expertise shows in the AT-LP60-BT’s Dual Magnet™ cartridge with replaceable stylus. The cartridge is integrated into the tone arm for assured performance and ease of setup.

The AT-LP60-BT plays both 33-1/3 and 45 RPM records and comes with a 45 RPM adapter, a dual RCA output cable (for wired connection) and a removable hinged dust cover.

Features:

  • Connects wirelessly to speakers and other devices equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology or to wired audio systems and powered speakers via included dual RCA output cable
  • Fully automatic operation with two speeds: 33-1/3 and 45 RPM
  • Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminum platter
  • Integral Dual Moving Magnet™ phono cartridge with replaceable stylus
  • Switchable built-in pre-amplifier enables wired connection to components with or without a dedicated turntable input
  • Includes 3.5 mm (1/8") stereo mini-plug (male) to dual RCA (male) output cable, 45 RPM adapter, and removable hinged dust cover

Product Details

UPC:
0042005188833
Manufacturer:
Audio-Technica
Publication date:
03/01/2016

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60NV-BT Bluetooth Belt Drive Turntable- Navy 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 13 days ago
Scapp70 here again with an update.. It's Not Looking Good... I reviewed this below a little over a week ago. Audio-Technics support had me ship the turntable to them, at a cost to me. They shipped it back already and when trying it out, the table turns too slow now. I am waiting to hear back from them, but in the meantime, I contacted Barnes and Noble and asked them if I could exchange the turntable, they said that this was okay. I asked them if the 40% off coupon would still be in play, they said NO. "Can't I get a do-over?" I asked, but they weren't interested. I don't think this is cool at all. The reason I purchased it from B&N is because of the coupon, I got a lemon, and now it feels like the old bait and switch. Thanks B&N. Not cool. I will write back again if I get any news.
Scapp70 21 days ago
With a recent 40% off coupon available, I made this purchase. I wanted the bluetooth capabilities to connect to my Onkyo receiver (TX-NR636). I was able to connect to my Amazon Echo, but not to my receiver unfortunately. I haven't listened to vinyl in a long time, and I put on a very old disc from the 1950s and it sounded good amid the crackle and pops. I placed a new disc on from this decade and there was no noise except music. It sounded great. I went to compare it to the same music except digital, and it definitely compares sonically although different depths. The biggest flaw is the speed. When I listen to the vinyl by itself it sounded fine, but compared to the CD, the turntable plays the vinyl a bit too fast. This bothers me a lot. I reached out to Audio-Technica via Facebook, and I am hoping they get back to me with some positive feedback on how to remedy this huge problem. I will update when I hear back.
YuHan More than 1 year ago
A good buy for an entry level turntable.