I have used both and to my ears since I added a quality usb cable
and the Excellent Lampizator vacuum tube dac , turntables have No advantage ,i have a purpose build Solid state drive server for my cd,dsd collection , Roon with all the bonus info and album art
i no longer have to deal with cleaning every record ,deal with pops
and static, the Lampizator is the 1st dac I have owned that makes CDs sound like A Real event . The designer has a great ear
and even their New entry level Amber-3 dac at around $3k beats any dac at $6k out there I have heard ,and you can change the flavor a bit with tube rolling . their Atlantic dac has multiple
tubes choices you can use to suit your taste exactly the way you like it for around $5 k which is around what a respectable turntable
setup goes for. Finally digital that-gets you involved. The better the recording the more you are there event. Even Qabuz,or Tidal sound great these non oversampling dacs with the magic of the Vacuum tubes is my cup of tea. I can pick my favorite say 10 CDs and play them in order or random. I am thrilled . If you want to spin your turntable go for it. You should though at least experience a great dac like the Lampizator I think you would be shocked at just how defined your music can be ,and the convenience, to just rip-a cd, download a Hirez cd from HD trax , or anywhere else on line, Flac or Wav files.DSD files are limited in number but take things to a higher level still. At least experience it .they at Lampizator even give you a 2 week money back guarantee.
Either way just my view point after 40 years in Audio .