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Audio-Technica

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AT LP120

The Audio-Technica LP120 turntable has been described by CNET as a 'solid, low-cost turntable for anyone looking for an easy entry point into the world of vinyl records'. It also serves as a complex, multi-part CAD build, perfect for modeling and rendering study.

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Fall 2017

1 1/2 WEEKS

 
 
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AT LP120

 

$300; entry-level

This professional stereo turntable features a high-torque direct-drive motor for quick start-ups and a USB output that connects directly to your computer. Other features include: forward and reverse play capability; cast aluminum platter with slip mat and a start/stop button; three speeds 33/45/78; selectable high-accuracy quartz-controlled pitch lock and pitch change slider control with +/-10% or +/-20% adjustment ranges; and removable hinged dust cover. A selectable internal stereo phono pre-amplifier allows the turntable to plug directly to components with no dedicated turntable input. A USB cable and adapter cables are included along with Mac- and PC-compatible Audacity software to digitize your LPs.

 
studio photograph of AT LP120

studio photograph of AT LP120

Keyshot rendering of AT LP120

Keyshot rendering of AT LP120

 
 
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20 hours of CAD modeling

18 major components, hundreds of aesthetic parts

 
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AUDIO-TECHNICA LP120

turntable

6.04 in h x 17.57 in w x 13.69 d

brushed aluminum, die cast aluminum, polished aluminum, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, acrylic, acrylic wool, electronic components

 
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