Audio Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable Review

Audio Technica is a brand that is renowned for its quality products. The products they market are simple in looks but they never compromise with the sound quality. Also, the brand aims at capturing the entry range turntables segments.

Audio Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable Review

At present, as the vinyl revival is in full fledge, there are a number of brands that claim to produce products that are a treat to vinyl lovers. But the brand Audi Technica marked its steps in the vinyl industry before 50 years.

They have manufactured several varieties of products and all necessary vinyl accessories to satisfy the needs of the vinyl lovers and are still being one of the consistent brands that offer products that never let you regret choosing.

One among their several products is the audio Technica AT-LP60 fully automatic stereo turntable. Join us in inspecting the features to know if they are worth the hype.


The product is neatly finished with the silver exterior. As it is belt driven, the pulley of the motor spins the platter, with the help of the rubber belt. The panel board shows the presence of a small switch, which is beneficial to switch the preamplifier. It comes with a 24-inch long stereo cable; RCA outputs.

Salient Features

The audio Technica LP 60 uses belt driven system combined with a DC servo- controlled motor and is made to be fully automatic.

This particular product is capable of playing records with a speed of 33 1/3 and 45 RPM. They are made with aluminum platter devoid of die casting.

It is capable of reproducing sound with a pitch distortion of less than 0.25% WTD at 3 KHz and delivers relative signal strength of ratio greater than 50 dB with respect to the background noise level.

The product can correct the amplification and inputs to the preamplifier at 36 dB nominal and equalizes the different frequencies reproduced from the magnetic cartridges such that they out to be flat. 


To the front, it has four buttons which act as controls of various functions; start, stop, and cue. Where, the start button helps in initiating records, the stop button for stopping the spin, and the cue button for the tonearm lifts. There is a lever at the top which is used for switching speeds.

Setting Up The Turntable

The assembly of the turntable is an easy task to perform. It has to be initiated by plugging the cable into the power supply. Proceed by placing the platter on the turntable. Pull the rubber belt through the hole of the platter and adjust it over the pulley to stay fit. Now, place the felt mat on the platter and then, remove the plastic piece of protection which covers the cartridge. The unit is already set with the counterweight and the tracking force, so it is not necessary to perform those functions. After all these actions, you are now set to play the record.

Audio Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable

Key features: DC motor, control switches, built-in preamplifier.

Pros: Automatic function, easy assembly, affordable.


To conclude, the AT LP60 is a turntable choice for all those who have just started vinyl record playing and for those with unsteady hands as this is an automatic turntable with no complicated setup and operation. Also, for those who wish to purchase a turntable at a low budget may consider this product.

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