Don't buy it unless you try it out first. I thought about getting one myself a while back. The records have to be absolutely perfect or it won't play.
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I also considered one years back with the dust problem and sending back to Japan for routine maintenance of the belts and lasers but now as my record collection is increasing in quality I lust for sound of Vinyl and convenience of CD.As long as the company keeps going and the machine is trouble free I am looking forward to the benefits.
I did end up buying ELP Laser Turntable and having a good cleaner is a must.Unfortunately after a week the player locked up and needed to be sent back to Japan for repair.For me it was a big let down as I expected at lease 10 years before problems.It took 6 month and a lot of complaining before I got a refund .