DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON PLASTIC
We know what you’re thinking: there must be something wrong with the price on this turntable. How could we possibly offer you such a great looking, awesome sound turntable at the same price as the plastic turntables from the supermarket? Well, that’s what makes Argon Audio unique. Don’t think about it - just take the offer and run! We promise you you won’ regret it.
TT has a heavy, aluminum platter, comes pre-mounted with an AudioTechnica MM-pickup and it even has RIAA built in. Now, you might get better sound quality in the TT-3 but when it comes to pure value for you hard earned money, the TT is tough to beat.
The TT is not only a looker, it’s also a really convenient choice. You can easily switch speeds between 33 and 45 RPM with the turn of a dial. Setup is super easy. And with the built in RIAA amplification, connection to your favorite speakers is a breeze.
If you want a few extras, we’ve got an array of accesories for you to customize and pimp your TT with.
Yes, your grandpa probably refers to the times of old with a bit too much enthusiasm. But if there’s one thing his generation did nail, it’s their choice of physical media. CD’s, cassette tapes, weird torrented MP3-files with a guy blow drying his hair in the background – they all came and went – vinyl stayed.
That’s because there’s a charm to the ridiculously large discs, the detailed placement of the needle, and the lack of an all-knowing playlist AI shuffling your music, that you just can’t find anywhere else today. Investing in a record player really is investing in your music experiences.
REVIEWS OF TT
The rendering of the TT also surprised me positively. Not a flat rendering, but a good dynamic rendering with a lot of detail.
My favorite John Mayer record, Continuum, sounds very good with flowing guitar parts and lots of texture in the bass lines. Drums sound tight and voices have a nice full sound. The TT offers a nice (re)entry into the world of vinyl.