This $140 Off Turntable Gives You The Vinyl Feel Plus Audiophile Sound Quality

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

I would not consider myself an audiophile. I am perfectly happy using my Amazon Echo as my everyday speaker. But I know a lot of people love the old-school feel of vinyls. This turntable, which is $140 off today, will give you that feel plus upgraded sound quality:

Normally $300, this stereo turntable is 47 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $300, this stereo turntable is 47 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Pioneer PL-30-K Audiophile Stereo Turntable with Dual-Layered Chassis and Built-in Phono Equalizer on sale for $159.99

With this turntable, Pioneer promises: “Audiophile sound combined with convenience, a high-performance cartridge and built-in phono stage”:

Pioneer introduces a true audiophile turntable that makes listening to records easier and more rewarding than ever before. Everyone knows the joys of spinning a treasured LP, with its warm, rich, accurate sound and a sense of aliveness that rivals or surpasses even the best digital formats. The new Pioneer PL-30-K turntable allows seasoned vinyl lovers to upgrade their existing phono system, while new-generation music listeners can explore the thrill of collecting and engage with music in a way unique to the vinyl experience.

Pioneer’s attention to detail shows, because the PL-30-K comes with a tonearm cable fitted with gold-plated RCA connectors, a detachable AC power cord and a clear acrylic dustcover with removable hinges to keep your turntable as pristine as you keep your cherished records.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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