Audio-Technica Is Now Shipping Its AT-LP60 Turntable in Limited Edition Colors

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Audio-Technica-turntables.jpgAudio-Technica's AT-LP60 turntable is now available in two limited-edition colors exclusively through Amazon: red (AT-LP60RD) and blue (AT-LP60BL). The standard silver and black versions are also available through a variety of retail outlets. All models feature a heavy-duty precision cast aluminum platter, a high-quality Dual Magnet stereo cartridge with replaceable stylus, a pickup arm with soft damping control, and a built-in switchable phono preamp.

From Audio-Technica
Audio-Technica is now shipping its AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System in striking blue (AT-LP60BL) and red finishes (AT-LP60RD), available exclusively at Amazon.com. Also available in silver and black, the AT-LP60 is a complete turntable and cartridge package that makes it easy to enjoy listening to records.

The AT-LP60 features completely automatic operation--just push the play button and the turntable does the rest--and a 33-1/3 and 45 RPM speed selector to play vinyl formats from LP albums to 12-inch and 7-inch singles. The turntable is designed to deliver outstanding sound, with a heavy-duty precision cast aluminum platter, a high-quality Dual Magnet stereo cartridge with replaceable stylus, and a pickup arm with soft damping control.

Its built-in switchable phono preamp enables it to be used with a wide variety of music and home entertainment systems, powered speakers, and A/V receivers that do not include a dedicated phono input. The AT-LP60 comes with a removable dust cover, RCA output cables and 3.5 mm-to-RCA adapter cables and is so easy to set up it's ready to play in minutes right out of the box.

The Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Turntable System in limited edition blue and red finishes is available exclusively at Amazon.com at a suggested retail price of US$129.95. The AT-LP60 (silver and black) is also available from retailers, online sellers and www.shopaudiotechnica.com at US$119.95 suggested retail.

Additional Resources
• Get more info on the company's turntables at the Audio-Technica website.
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