For the first time in 34 years, Vinyl records have outsold CDs in the US. 
That may sound like one of the things from the long list of ‘unexpected’ things to happen in 2020, but it is not. Vinyl sales have been growing for 14 consecutive years now.  It was about time that it happened.
With Vinyl records gaining popularity, it is understandable that you might want to get a new Turntable or replace the one you already have. So, to help you, I have compiled this list of 7 Best All In One Turntable!
Now, before we start, I would like to make one distinction. The name does say ‘All-in-one Turntable,’ but that does not mean it comes with built-in speakers. You will need to add them separately in most cases for a better experience. Also, unless it is a ‘turntable with a built-in amplifier,’ you might have to buy amplifiers separately. Record playing may seem like an inconvenient hobby, which it is, but the experience is definitely worth it.
With that clear, let’s get into it!
Pro-Ject is one of the best brands in the HiFi sound market. They make excellent quality products at affordable prices. They’ve been in this market for a considerable amount of time, so you can be sure to get the highest quality.
The Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO is one of the best products out of their lineup. Prepare to be entertained and have a very satisfying experience. The sound and the aesthetics both are clean on the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon. It is easy to set up, and you can start listening to your favorite music from the get-go.
Debut Carbon EVO’s unique sound is ensured by its 8.6’ carbon fiber tonearm and an Ortofon cartridge. Pro-Ject’s expertise shows itself in the stability of this turntable and how little it vibrates. Overall, this is an excellent option for anyone looking to sit back and enjoy their favorite vinyl records.
Even if you’re new to the ‘audiophile life,’ I am sure you’ve heard of Audio-Technica. Since its inception in 1962, the Japanese brand has grown to be a reputed name worldwide.
At first glance, you’ll find the AT-LP120XUSB-BK to be a beautiful looking turntable. It borrows much of its looks from the legendary Technics SL-1200. But the Audio-Technica model brings far more convenience to the table than most turntables out there. It comes with pitch control, integrated switchable phono stage, USB output, and wireless aptX Bluetooth for superior connectivity.
It comes with a reliable direct-drive motor, which you generally find in the more expensive turntables. This turntable is very easy to set up and capable of providing you with a breathtaking experience. It is fully manual with adjustable anti-skate control, S-shaped tonearm, and much more waiting to be explored.
Overall, every enthusiast and even pros will appreciate what they will get out of this all-in-one turntable by Audio-Technica. Consider buying this one.
If you’re looking for a retro-inspired design in your next turntable, then 1byone Belt Drive Turntable could be your best choice. It looks sleek and has some very convenient features for a great listening experience.
One of the most appreciated features of this turntable is its wireless connectivity features. You can either connect your wireless speakers or wireless headphones to this standalone turntable and enjoy your music without disturbing a single soul.
Equipped with anti-skating features, adjustable counterweight, built-in pre-amp, this turntable is equipped with all you need to get started with your vinyl hobby. It is a belt.
Fluance is a Canadian brand that’s consistently making a name for itself in the industry. Their speakers, music systems, high fidelity turntables are known to provide excellent performance.
The Fluance RT85 is an outstanding entry-level turntable. But if you’re looking for a turntable with a built-in amplifier or a pre-amp, this does not have it. It comes with an acrylic platter, which generally is found in more expensive turntables. The cartridge is an Ortofon 2M Blue cartridge, which makes up half of this excellent turntable cost. If you’re not aware, the Ortofon 2M Blue is very highly rated.
Overall, this turntable is capable of producing fantastic sound, and you’re bound to have a wonderful time with it. The build on this is heavy MDF, which not only looks good but feels good too. You can rest easy and enjoy your music and maybe even fall asleep knowing that the auto-stop will stop the music. Pretty convenient if you ask me!
Let’s be real for a second here. Listening to Vinyl records has its fair share of inconveniences. Even selecting the right turntable is a hassle. And when you finally get a turntable, you have to set it upright and learn to use it too! Well, that’s not the case with the Sony PS-LX310BT.
Sony has made this turntable to be as user-friendly as possible, and you won’t have to take instructions from a youtube video to enjoy your vinyl records on this one. The tonearm is fully automatic. It might irk the more experienced ones reading this, but the beginners will appreciate this feature.
Overall, this is one of those turntables that you can start using right out of the box with minimal setup. The Bluetooth connectivity is reliable, and you can connect headphones or speakers. The sound output is pretty good for the price. It can be improved with good quality amplifiers if you feel the need at all.
Denon DP-300F is a fully automatic turntable that comes with a belt-drive. You will also find a phono preamp included with it. But the most vital point about the Denon DP-300F is its sound. It is completely capable of delivering a wonderful experience with the amount of detail it produces.
For its price, this is an excellent option. The automatic start/stop features work very well. Anyone who doesn’t enjoy the manual setup and stop will appreciate it. The build quality is good too, but it’s made of plastic. Just a minor problem, but I feel the DP-300F makes up for it in other areas.
Overall, this is a smooth turntable not only in its looks but also in its function. It is easy to set up and will make for a great addition to your collection.
As I have stated before, listening to vinyl records can be an inconvenient hobby. But you’ll hear many veterans in this game say that the trouble is part of the experience and instead adds to the flavor. It makes you feel more connected to your music with all the time and effort that goes into collecting vinyl, setting up the turntable, and everything about it.
And I agree with most of it. Digital music can be too convenient, and we may not be giving the piece the time and respect it deserves to enjoy it truly.
As a final piece of advice, I’ll say take your time when deciding which turntable is best for you. What you pick to play your music will significantly affect your experience. If for some reason, you don’t want to spend a lot of money on this hobby, I’ll suggest you wait, save up for this and get the best you can get. You’ll thank yourself later.