Audio Technica铁三角 LP60BK 全自动皮带传动立体唱盘 黑色
- 120V 3W
- 内置可切换唱机前置扩音器，RCA 输出电缆可连接到音频系统和电动扬声器
动态、平衡拾音臂，软阻尼控制。内置的用户控制，前置放大器带RIAA 筛选器。可选择33 和 45 转/分钟的速度。金属盘上有完整的墨盒。14 3/16英寸宽 x 3 13/16英寸高x 14英寸深。包括 45 转/分钟的适配器、 可更换的圆锥形手写笔和 RCA 微型插头电缆
- 类型 ︰ 皮带驱动全自动唱机
- 电机 ︰ 直流伺服控制
- 速度 ︰ 33-1/3 转/分，45转/分
- 转盘 ︰ 铝质
- 颤振 ︰ 小于 0.25%(WTD) @ 3 千赫 (JIS)
- 信号噪声比: > 50 分贝 (DIN-B)
- 输出电平 ︰ 前置放大器"唱机": 2.5 mV，1 千赫，5 厘米/秒
- 输出电平 ︰ 前置放大器"线": 150 mV， 1 千赫，5 厘米/秒
- 唱机前置放大器增益 ︰ 36 dB，RIAA 均衡
- 电源要求 ︰ 120V AC，60 Hz，3W
- 配件包括 ︰ 双 RCA（母端） 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （公端） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA （母端） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （母端） 立体声适配器电缆;45
Audio Technica铁三角 LP60BK 全自动皮带传动立体唱盘 黑色
价格实惠，全自动皮带驱动转盘，有33-1/3 和 45转/分钟的速度。内置可切换唱机前置扩音器， AT LP60 可直接连接到您的计算机、 家庭立体音响、 扬声器和其他没有专用转盘输入的组件。双磁铁唱机墨盒，可更换手写笔。
众多的行业奖项的得主，铁三角的产品质量高，耐用，可还原现场音乐效果、还可用于广播和录音工作室，企业和政府设施、 做礼拜的场所等等。A-T 麦克风是很多政府设施的选择，如美国众议院和参议院。铁三角麦克风无线系统还用于很多大型的音乐活动，包括格莱美奖和摇滚名人堂就职典礼。
|AT-LP60||AT-LP60-USB||AT-LP60-USB Roland R-MIX Bundle||AT-LP120-USB||AT-LP120-USB Roland R-MIX Bundle||AT-LP1240-USB|
|速度||33-1/3 转/分, 45 转/分||33-1/3 转/分, 45 转/分||33-1/3 转/分, 45 转/分||33-1/3 转/分, 45 转/分, 78 转/分||33-1/3 转/分, 45 转/分, 78 转/分||33-1/3 转/分, 45 转/分, 78 转/分|
|发动机||直流伺服控制||直流伺服控制||直流伺服控制||直流发电||直流发电||16-电极, 3-相位, 直流发电|
|走调&震颤||小于0.25% (WTD) @ 3 kHz (JIS)||小于 0.25% (WTD) @ 3 kHz (JIS)||小于 0.25% (WTD) @ 3 kHz (JIS)||<0.2% WRMS (33 转/分)||<0.2% WRMS (33 转/分)||< 0.1% WRMS (JIS WTD) 33 转/分|
|信号噪声比||>50 dB (DIN-B)||>50 dB (DIN-B)||>50 dB (DIN-B)||>50 dB||>50 dB||> 55 dB (DIN-B)|
|USB 作用||没有||A/D、 D/a: 16 位 44.1 kHz 或 48 kHz USB 可选;计算机接口 ︰ USB 1.1 和Windows XP、 Vista 或 MAC OSX兼容||A/D、 D/a: 16 位 44.1 kHz 或 48 kHz USB 可选;计算机接口 ︰ USB 1.1 和Windows XP、 Vista 或 MAC OSX兼容||A/D、 D/A-16 位 44.1 kHz 或 48 kHz USB 可选;计算机接口-USB 1.1 兼容 Windows XP、 Vista 或 MAC OSX||A/D、 D/A-16 位 44.1 kHz 或 48 kHz USB 可选;计算机接口-USB 1.1 兼容 Windows XP、 Vista 或 MAC OSX||A/D、 D/A-16 位 44.1 kHz 或 48 kHz USB 可选;计算机接口-USB 1.1 兼容 Windows XP 或以上系统，MAC osx 版或以上系统|
|配件||双 RCA接口 （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （公头） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA接口 （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （母头） 立体声适配器电缆;45 RPM 适配器||双 RCA （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （公头） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （母头） 立体声适配器电缆;45转/分适配器;USB 电缆;录音软件||罗兰 R-MIX音频处理软件;双 RCA （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （公头） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA接口（母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （母头） 立体声适配器电缆;45 转/分 适配器;USB 电缆;录音软件||罗兰 R-MIX音频处理软件;双 RCA （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （公头） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （母头） 立体声适配器电缆;45 转/分适配器;USB 电缆;录音软件||罗兰 R-MIX音频处理软件;Headshell / 墨盒;交流电源线;双 RCA接口（母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （公头） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA接口 （母头） 到 3.5 毫米 （1/8 英寸） 迷你插头 （母头） 立体声适配器电缆;45 转/分 适配器;USB 电缆;录音软件||防滑垫;防尘盖;唱片盘;45转/分适配器;配重;headshell；电源线;USB 电缆;双 RCA 接口（母头） 到 1/8 英寸 （3.5 毫米） 迷你插头 （公头） 立体声适配器电缆;双 RCA接口 （母头） 到 1/8 英寸 （3.5 毫米） 迷你插头 （母头） 立体声适配器电缆;双RCA（公头） 电缆，完整的地线;唱针;Audacity 软件 (CD)|
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For those wondering what you'll need to get this setup, here's the other items I chose to purchase:
Micca MB42 Bookshelf Speakers With 4-Inch Carbon Fiber Woofer and Silk Dome Tweeter (Black, Pair)
AmazonBasics 16-Gauge Speaker Wire - 100 Feet
Seeduck Lepy lp 2020a Class-D Hi-Fi Audio Mini Amplifier with Power Supply Lepy Amplifier LP2020A
I'm putting this all here because I had to spend some time researching all of this, hopefully it helps someone figure out what they need, or if you don't feel like picking out your own stuff I can tell you that these items will be sufficient to get yourself up and running.
The picture should explain it pretty well, but in case you need some more help here's how it goes:
You've got the Audio Technica AT-LP60 (the item I'm reviewing). That has a cord that comes out of the back of it. It also comes two adapter cords. One of the adapters creates a female 3.5mm connection at the end of it. The other adapter creates a male 3.5mm connection at the end of it. I used that second adapter and plugged it into the back of the Lepy mini amplifier. Then I took my speaker wire and cut two pieces about 3.5 feet long. You have to separate the ends of the speaker wire at both ends and use a wire stripper to strip away about a half inch of the clear casing. One part of the speaker wire casing has a black line running through it and the other is just clear. The side with the black line is what you plug into the black terminal on the back of the mini amplifier, the clear goes into the red terminal. On the other end of the wire the black line side goes into the black knob of the speaker, clear goes into the red knob. On the Micca Speakers I'm using you have to unscrew both the knobs most of the way and a little hole is revealed in there, thread the stripped part of the wire into this hole and then screw the knobs back in place. I know this is probably really simple stuff to most people, but this was the first time I ever set anything up like this so I figure somebody might appreciate the extra explanation.
Here's what the setup looks like all put together:
First, about me: I'm not an audiophile, but only because I don't have the money to be. That being said, I will still tinker endlessly to squeeze the best possible sound out of my equipment. I take exceptionally good records and will only accept records from Amazon that are in near-perfect condition. I'm running this record player through a Sony 7.1 channel receiver which I'm very happy with. It's a digital receiver so the built in pre-amp on the turntable was essential.
The build is cheap plastic. It's not a concern to me. My concern is the sound, not the look. Still, this turntable is small and takes up very little space. It's not ugly. It's not awesome. It's just, well, serviceable. The lack of a latch to keep the arm in place is a major minus, especially for a klutz like me. I have bumped it off it's resting spot a fewer times. It's not a deal-breaker, but it's something that I really wish that this player had.
Out of the box, I was pretty meh on the sound quality. It wasn't what I was looking for. After some adjustments on my receiver, this thing came to life. I was really, really pleased with the quality of its sound. Again, I'm not an audiophile but I have a musically trained ear and I heard things in the music that I never heard before. It was wonderful. So, this thing can sound great or mediocre. It just depends on your ear, your setup, and what you think sounds good.
Once the stylus was properly broken in, the sound quality got a noticeable bump. It was about that time that it went south. At random points in the album, the speed would drop and then pick back up, changing the pitch. I tried cleaning everything properly and there was no change. Now, it's fully possible that you may not notice it. It depends on how you listen to the record. To me, it kills the experience. I'm not willing to tolerate it. I can handle the small, subtle variations that all turntables have, but when the pitch noticeably changes, that's unacceptably to me. In terms of fixing it, I can fix too slow. I can fix too fast. I cannot fix inconsistent.
I live by the rule that once is an isolated incident, twice is a coincidence, and three times is a trend. I've had two. I am sending my second back and have ordered number 3. I will adjust this review based on that experience. If it's the same, I'm switching to another brand.
EDIT: I'm keeping the original text because it may yet be relevant. Just a little while ago I decided to do some "tinkering". I got an app on my phone that measures RPM. Sure enough, there were major speed variations. Then I noticed something curious - as it spun, the speed increased and decreased at the same spot. That told me that the platter was not level. I went and got my level and confirmed my hypothesis. I got some index cards and stuck them under the side that was low. The closer I got to perfectly level, the more consistent my speed. Before leveling the unit I had a 2-3% variation in speed. That's unacceptable. Now I have a <1% variation in speed. That's normal. Further, I have had no major RPM dips. It runs fast - 33.7-33.9 RPM, but it's consistent. Like I said earlier, I can fix slow.
There is a button to manually lower the arm at any point in the record, which is helpful for when you have something other than a 12" or a 7".
I have owned some lower end record players and I would recommend this over a Crosley any day. I've never owned one of those suitcase models, but I have used them, and don't even think about getting one of those. You will be so much happier with this turntable. The sound quality is great, and the Bluetooth was not a feature I was thinking I would use, but I was proven wrong again. The Bluetooth connects seamlessly with my soundbar that I use for my television. The sound quality is beautiful. I like the sound of vinyl and it really compliments the records even using a soundbar. If you are back and forth between models and can't decide, choose this one. I was you, couldn't decide and deterred by questionable reviews. Get this turntable, you won't be sorry.
Thanks for a great product audio technica!