Essentially the same as its counter-part - the AT-LP60-USB, except that it does not have LP-to-MP3 technology.
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Pro Adjustable pre-amp
Turn the pre-amp on or off, depending on your speakers.
Pro Near professional sound quality
According to audiophiles, this turntable can be used with professional studio monitors, because it delivers super clean sound with great noise-to-sound ratio.
Pro Limited assembly
Compared to other models of this quality and with these features, there is little assembly required.
Pro Fully automatic stylus
No need to handle your records and risk damaging them. Great for beginners.
Con Short wires
This turntable ships with very short wires, requiring you to place it close to your receiver. This can remedied by purchasing extra cables.
Con Okay stylus
The stylus that ships with this turntable will get the job done, but higher quality ones can be purchased.
Con Only has two speeds
Can only play 33-1/3 RPM and 45 RPM records.
Con No LP-to-MP3
This turntable does not have the ability to digitize records.