We have multiple calls a day asking us to repair the new remake turntables that say Crosley , Philco, etc. on the case and are made to ‘look’ vintage.
A friendly word of advice, those units last about a year, if you are lucky. Don’t waste your money on turntables that have a plastic platter and tone arm. You won’t get the sound you are looking for or the longevity.
If you are looking for a good turntable that will give you that rich original sound, buy vintage. Find something that has some weight to it and a healthy tone arm.
It does not have to cost you an arm and a leg, and sometimes you can venture into your parents or grandparents attic and find exactly what you are looking for.
Stop in and check out inventory as well!
If you want to know more about the comeback of Vinyl, check out this article.