This fully manual turntable is modeled after the AT-LP120XUSB, but adds the convenience of Bluetooth® wireless connectivity to the existing analog and USB outputs.
- High-fidelity audio with Bluetooth wireless technology
- Direct-drive, DC servo motor
- Fully manual operation
- Adjustable dynamic anti-skate control
- Selectable 33/45/78 RPM speeds
- Anti-resonance, die-cast aluminum platter with felt mat
- AT-HS6 universal 1/2" mount headshell and AT-VM95E Dual Moving Magnet™ phono cartridge with 0.3 x 0.7 mil elliptical stylus
- AT-VM95E cartridge is compatible with any VM95 Series replacement stylus, offering a wide choice of options for every budget and application
- Balanced S-shaped tonearm with hydraulically damped lift control and lockable rest
- Connects wirelessly to speakers and other devices equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology, to wired audio systems and powered speakers via included dual RCA output cable, or to computers via included USB cable
- Compatible with the high-quality Qualcomm aptX audio codec
- Built-in switchable phono preamplifier for phono- or line-level output
- Stroboscopic platter with speed indicator
- Variable pitch control with quartz speed lock
- Removable plug-type target light for easier cueing in low light
- Damped base construction for reduced low-frequency feedback coloration
- AC adapter handles AC/DC conversion outside of the chassis, reducing noise in the signal chain
- Convert your vinyl records to digital audio files by downloading and using the free Mac- and PC-compatible Audacity recording software (or software of your choice)
Wireless, USB, or Analog Connection
Connect to wireless speakers and headphones, computer, home stereos, and more. The AT-LP120XBT-USB features Bluetooth wireless technology, a USB cable, and a dual RCA output cable to give you a wide variety of listening options.
High-Fidelity Home Audio
With its professional features and controls, the AT-LP120XBT-USB lets you shape your high-fidelity listening experience.
Over 55 Years of Analog Excellence
Audio Technica got their start in Tokyo in 1962, designing and manufacturing high-performance phono cartridges. That half-century's worth of analog expertise goes into every turntable we produce, ensuring you get the best listening experience from your vinyl.