AT-LP6 vs Fluance RT85
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    AT-LP6 vs Fluance RT85

    Hi,

    Seeking advise on which TT is a better one to buy.

    Few important points to make:

    1. From where I'm located, it cost almost the same for either one to be delivered to my doorstep.

    2. I've a Nagaoka MP200 cartridge with me. Therefore not really comparing the cart diff between the two model. Will most likely buy an additional headshell for the mp200.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: AT-LP6 vs Fluance RT85

    EH - I haven't heard either one (I'm in the deeper end of the turntable pool! ) but from looking them over I'd say the Fluance RT85 would certainly be the better sounding table and arm! Better build quality and execution.

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    Re: AT-LP6 vs Fluance RT85

    Agree with the Fluvance. TT. It is supposed to be a good budget entry level TT. You may want to consider the Orbit U-Turn table but it is a manual TT. Just make sure that the TT can handle the weight of the cartridge. I own the Nag 200, great cartridge, performs above its price point. I also bought an MP150 for my son, very similar sound. Great midrange, punchy bass and slightly warmer sound.

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