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Pro-Ject Debut PRO Turntable: Video Review

Learn why the Pro-Ject Audio Systems Debut PRO Turntable should be at the top of your list.

Just how good is the Pro-Ject Debut PRO Turntable? EIC Ian White takes a more in-depth look at the $999 table and expands on his original review with some tips on cartridges, platter mats, and how to get the most out of this exceptional turntable.

For more detail, please check out our written review of the Pro-Ject Debut PRO.

Where to buy$999 at Amazon | Turntable Lab

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  1. ORT

    June 8, 2022 at 1:09 am

    I care not what Pro-Ject says, this thing NEEEEEEDssss an acrylic platter. The OEM platter is nothing to sneeze on but neither is it any thing to get worked up over. It is plebeian and whilst far from fugly, neither is the this platter the record spinning equivalent of the beautiful and talented Zola Taylor, aka, “the Dish of The Platters”.

    It will look sooooo much better with a “disco acrilico” and looks matter! But I emailed them and Pro-Ject said that there would be none for that would be a “step down in playback quality”…Pffffffft!

    Meh…I do NOT think one can hear a difference in platter materials unless it is so cheap it not only resonates cheapness but noise. Acrylic is sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet looking!

    This platter is far from looking as cool as an acrylic one would.

    ORT

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