unless you are prepared to make an ongoing investment in vinyl, just live with digital. a good table(plinth is the base) is going to set you back not only the cost of the unit, the but the cost of the vinyl (new and used). records are fun to play and collect, but understand supporting software for two frontends can get kinda crazy (i know)...in any case, keep it moderate and simple (no kits).....don't dive into the deep end with your first and maybe last turntable. try to find a good used model....most of the newer stuff is basically sound, but an older model thats been well cared for is the ticket for someone just starting out.
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