Is is this turntable a good one or should I avoid it. I don't want one that damages my vinyl records.
I had an old turntable from like the 90's but it stopped working and I need a new one but I don't know much about them
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I wouldn't buy it... I went to details and it's blank.
What gives the tonal character and grain is made by a combination of cart and cartridge... your choice appears to be singularly focused on the cart- something arguably the least important.
I have a Michell focus one that was made in the mid 80s and still runs today. All that's ever needed replacing was the cartridge in which case I went with Grado's gold&silver.