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I have some old vinyl albums, many of which have never been re-released on CDs among them is (Fairport Convention's Liege and Lief, though now that I search for it, I have found it at Amazon.com—hurray!). I also have some really old 78s, such as an ancient recording of Wagner's Parsifal.

I finally decided that I want to burn some of my old vinyl albums to CDs so I can listen to them again. This meant finding a turntable that would play all three speeds and produce quality sound output.

After much research, I decided on the Audio-Technica AT-PL120 Professional Direct-Drive Turntable. Reviewers were unanimously happy with it, with the only drawback being that it is a manual turntable, which means you have to manually place and lift the arm. Not a problem as far as I am concerned. In exchange for that one inconvenience, you get a very high quality turntable with many features at a very reasonable price. The link I've provided has the best price I was able to find on this turntable. Buy! Enjoy!

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