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Pro-Ject’s Summer 2023 Turntable Sale Has Begun

Pro-Ject’s Summer 2023 Sale is on. Deals include the Debut Carbon EVO Record Player in Gloss Black – Save $100 through July 31st!

Pro-Ject A1 Automat Turntable Lifestyle Summer Sale 2023

Summer is a great time to find deals on consumer A/V and based on the number of sales we have seen so far since Memorial Day, manufacturers are willing to bend to move inventory. Consumers spent a lot of money during the pandemic on loudspeakers, headphones, soundbars, and turntables because they were stuck at home and it helped pass the time. Pro-Ject sold a lot of turntables between 2020 and 2022 even with massive supply chain issues. You can find our coverage of the latest Pro-Ject tables here.

Inflationary pressures made consumers pull back on non-essential expenditures as we came out of the pandemic and it definitely had an impact on brands which are now facing a product surplus in some cases. Pro-Ject’s Summer 2023 Turntable Sale has begun and there are some great deals already.

Debut Carbon EVO Record Player in Gloss Black – Save $100 through July 31st

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Evo Turntable in Gloss Black Angle

If you’ve considered the Debut Carbon EVO turntable but haven’t yet ordered one, now is your time to pounce. At it’s retail price of $599, it’s already considered the Industry Standard in Value. Dedicated solely to providing the best possible sound quality for your dollar, it features a carbon fiber tonearm, a dense & massive MDF plinth, height-adjustable TPE-damped isolation feet, Speed Box technology for speed stability & push-button speed control, the highly acclaimed Sumiko Rainier MM phono cartridge ($149) among other features that further the cause of sound quality. Save $100 through July 31st at your Pro-Ject Audio Systems dealer!

A few upgrade options: Sumiko Olympia, Moonstone or Wellfleet stylus (works with fitted Sumiko Rainier cartridge), Debut ALU aluminum sub-platter, Acryl it record platter, True Balanced compatible.

Was $599. Now $499 at Turntable Lab | Amazon

Debut III Phono SB Record Player in Piano Black or Real Walnut Veneer – Save $250 through Labor Day

Pro-Ject Debut III Phono SB Turntable in Walnut

This is the venerable Debut design that brought Pro-Ject Audio Systems global notoriety and laid the foundation for the Debut Carbon EVO. It was designed to be simple: to focus solely on the things that matter most when it comes to attaining high-quality analog reproduction of your vinyl LPs.

The Debut III uses a 8.6″ one-piece aluminum tonearm, a massive & dense MDF plinth, effective isolation feet and a stamped steel record platter. Debut III Phono SB enhances quality & convenience with Speed Box technology (SB) which stabilizes platter speed and allows for push-button speed control, also a built-in moving magnet phono preamp (Phono) that synergizes harmoniously with fitted OM 5E phono cartridge ($80) by Ortofon.

The built-in phono preamp is bypass-able should you already have the phono preamp you prefer. Save $250 with your Pro-Ject dealer through Labor Day weekend or while supplies last.

Was $499. Now $249 at Turntable Lab | Amazon

Automat A1 Fully Automatic Record Player – Save $100 through July 31st

Pro-Ject A1 Automat Turntable

If you’re the type of listener who’d rather ‘set it & forget it,’ we’ve also got something for you this summer. The Automat A1 is Pro-Ject Audio Systems’ first fully automatic record player with a built-in MM phono preamp. Under the record platter there’s an on/off switch for the phono preamp, meaning the circuit is bypass-able for those who want to use their own phono preamp or have one built into their integrated amplifier or receiver. Like all things Pro-Ject, the Automat A1 is a Sound-First Design. Pro-Ject has not only optimized convenience factor of this player, they’ve raised the bar for how good an automatic turntable can sound. It features an Ortofon OM 10 MM phono cartridge ($75) — a classic workhorse cartridge known for its transparency. Now through the end of July, save $100 on the A1 with your Pro-Ject dealer.

Was $499. Now $399 at Turntable Lab | Amazon

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  1. ORT

    July 23, 2023 at 3:31 pm

    If I had not already bought 3 new Pro-Jects I would be doing so now.


    • Ian White

      July 23, 2023 at 4:59 pm


      Same. Mrs. White grabbed my phone and was like “you have enough…”


      Ian White

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