There’s a reason why there are audio devices available at all kinds of price ranges. You can buy a Bluetooth speaker for a $30 some dollars yet at the same time, you can buy one for an upwards of $400 as well. Similarly, you can buy turn tables at cheaper prices as well yet there are some of us who would specifically look for the best turntables under $2000 – why? Because they want quality!
Anyone can buy a cheap speaker and listen to music on it but if the person in question cares about how good the sound really is, then they’ll be willing to pay top dollar for a speaker that delivers the kind of sound that they like to hear. All the while, those who don’t care about sound quality will think that’s it’s absurd to pay so much money for a speaker that you can buy for a handful of dollars.
Those of us who collect vinyl records do so because they love their music that much, so they shouldn’t really mind paying a lot of money to get good sound out of their valued collection of records. With that said, would you spend a little under $2000 to get a good turntable? Should you? Well, if you’re just looking for something to go with your records as a show piece then you could find an antique to hold on to, they don’t cost too much unless they’re some collector’s edition piece.
However, if you really appreciate the clear and natural sound of records then buying a $2000 state of the art turntable that can deliver perfect sound isn’t too much of a bad idea now, is it?