What's the Difference Between a Turntable and a Record Player?

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September 22, 2022

There’s nothing more confusing than music equipment, especially when you’re a growing fan of vinyl records. You need something to play your LPs, and you have two choices; a turntable or a record player.

While the terms “turntable” and “record player” are often used interchangeably, they describe two very different product categories. Check our top story for the deep dive.

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