Main Details
Maker Audio-Technica Brand
Form Factor Tabletop
Signal Path Digital Hardware (including Analog Connections)
Made In China
Dimensions 450.0 mm (17.72") W x 352.0 mm (13.86") D x 157.0 mm (6.1") H
Weight 10.7 kg (23.5 lbs.)
Power Source 115/230V AC, 60/50 Hz
Notes AT-LP120-USB Direct-Drive Professional Turntable (USB & Analog)

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.
Additional Specifications
Type 3-speed Fully manual operation
Motor DC motor
Drive Type Direct Drive
Speeds 33-1/3 RPM, 45 RPM, 78 RPM
Pitch Variation +/-10% or +/-20%
Turntable Platter Die-cast aluminum
Starting Torque >1.6 kgf-cm
Braking System Electronic brake
Wow and Flutter <0.2% WRMS (33 RPM)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >50 dB
Output Level (Pre-amp "PHONO") 2.5 mV nominal at 1 kHz, 5 cm/sec
Output Level (Pre-amp "LINE") 150 mV nominal at 1 kHz, 5 cm/sec
Phono Pre-Amp Gain 36 dB nominal, RIAA equalized
USB Function A/D, D/A - 16 bit 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz USB selectable Computer interface - USB 1.1 Compliant Windows XP, Vista or MAC OSX
Power Consumption 11W
Accessories Included Headshell/cartridge; AC line cord; dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (male) stereo adapter cable; dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (female) stereo adapter cable; 45 RPM adapter; USB cable; recording software
Connector: USB
Connector: RCA (Phono, Cinch)


mchldvs posted 3 years ago:

Is it really worth it?

Tasteful_Sideboob replied 3 years ago:

Yep, I did remove the integrated pre-amp and it definitely improved the sound. More about this topic is said in a following video:

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