AT-LP120XUSB: Fully Manual Direct-Drive Turntable

Experience the high-fidelity audio of vinyl with the new AT-LP120XUSB. One of the many turntables that debuted at CES 2019, the AT-LP120XUSB was designed as an updated version of the AT-LP120-USB. Features include a new DC servo direct-drive motor, adjustable dynamic anti-skate control, and selectable phono preamplifier.

AT-LP120XUSB Turntable Features

AT-LP120XUSB: Fully Manual Direct-Drive Turntable

The fully manual AT-LP120XUSB turntable is compatible with both 33-1/3, 45, and 78 RPM records and features a USB output that allows for direct connection to a computer. The turntable also comes with a detachable dual RCA output cable and is equipped with a built-in selectable phono preamp to allow for direct connection to your home stereo, regardless of whether it has a dedicated phono input or not. In addition, you can download the free Mac- and PC-compatible Audacity recording software (or software of your choice) and convert your records to digital audio files.

The AT-LP120XUSB features an S-shaped tonearm, supplied with a high-performance AT-VM95E cartridge mounted into an AT-HS6 universal ½”-mount headshell. As an added bonus, the AT-VM95E cartridge is compatible with any VM95 Series replacement stylus, offering users a wide variety of options for every budget and application.

AT-LP120XUSB: Fully Manual Direct-Drive Turntable

Available in black and silver, the AT-LP120XUSB is comes with a die-cast aluminum platter with a felt mat, as well as a stroboscopic platter with a speed indicator. Additional features include selectable high-accuracy quartz-controlled pitch lock and pitch change slider control with +/-8% or +/-16% adjustment ranges; removable plug-type stylus target light, external power supply; and a removable hinged dust cover.

What are your thoughts on the new AT-LP120XUSB turntable? Let us know in the comments below!

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14 Comments

  1. This phonograph looks incredible! I’m amazed at the dimensions and architecture with this turntable. I am excited about buying a new pair. Good luck to everybody involved with this package.

  2. I see a lot of plastic, what used to be constructed out of die cast metal. The adapter for instance.

    Makes sense. Put a decent DC Servo motor (hopefully non-pulsating), and less expensive parts on the rest of the design.

  3. hola, se lo ve hermoso quiero una aqui en argentina no se vende . Como podre hacer para adquirir una AT-LP120XUSB. saludos cordiales

  4. Do you have a program for updating those of us with 1 year old AT-LP120-USB to current?

  5. Is there some component I can buy that will allow me to connect this to my Bluetooth speakers?

  6. I have just purchased this! I also have the older version you mentioned in the article. The updated version seems to take longer to reach full rotation speed and to reach a static position after stopping – any reason why this might be the case?
    Many thanks!

    • Hi Conor! The AT-LP120XUSB is using a motor with slightly less torque. This was done to lower the noise floor and to increase audio performance. This lower torque motor will not get up to speed as quickly as the AT-LP120-USB. Thanks! – A-T USA

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