My impressions on this turntable:
I won't repeat everything that has been said, but something I have not seen posted anywhere are the specs, it DOES in fact have them in the manual. They aren't overly impressive nor totally complete, but here you go:
Power requirements: AC120 V ~ 60Hz
Power Consumption: 5 W
Dimensions (WxHxD): 43.9 cm x 35.5 cm x 14.4 cm (approx.)
Record Player section
Motor: DC Servo Motor
Drive System: Belt Drive
Speeds: 33-1/3 rpm, 45 rpm,
"Wow Flutter" Less than 0.25% (WTD)
S/N Ratio: 55db
Cartridge Type: Moving Magnetic Cartridge
RCA OUT: 200-280 mV (5cm/sec at 1KHz-10db)
Phono out: 3-4mv ((5cm/sec at 1KHz-10db)
Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth V4.2
Bluetooth Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP
Bluetooth Frequency range: 2.402-2.480GHz
Operating Distance: 10 meters (33 ft.)
So, I purchased one of these for use in my living room. I don't have a proper system down there and in fact hooked to the TV is a (horrors) Samsung Soundbar with BLUETOOTH. Unpacking the perfect box, no dents scuffs, etc I noticed the dust cover is cracked. the way its packed (top of the box, nothing but a piece of thin foam between the outer carton and the cover, im not surprised. This one will have to go back. But I figured while I had the box open, I might as well check it out. The rest of the parts are packed fine and there was no further damage. Anyway I set it up, though don't follow the instructions on Anti-Skate, as mentioned before, they are wrong telling you to keep it at "0" unless you have "skipping" issues. I set it to the recommended 2.5 Grams mentioned elsewhere in the manual and its playing and tracking fine.
The sound, well all I can say is that it seems fine, the SQ of the AT3600L has been beaten to death here so it is what it is. More importantly, I feel (since the stylus or cart is very easily upgraded) are the other qualities. Rumble seems very low, as in on my soundbar I cant hear any. there is no 60Hz hum, No hiss beyond what the record itself may contain, and the amount of clicks and pops seem quite low too. The Bluetooth transmission does not sound compromised in any way in that they seem to be broadcasting a full range signal, lows and highs sound about what you expect a AT3600L to sound like (no artificial cutting off of the highs or lows) and output volume is fine. I did not test the RCAs at Line or Phono level because in this setup, id likely never use them.
I think where this table excels compared to the low end Crosleys and the like is construction and build quality. Yes the player is light weight, but the plinth is made out of thin MDF, the platter is aluminium, Tonearm is metal, there is a minimal amount of plastic in this thing surprisingly enough. The feet are conical and sprung which helps with vibration too. The Bluetooth paring was dead simple. My speed and stability(on 33 1/3) seems fine, though I cant know for sure without a test disk, I have not tried any 45s so I cant speak for that. Speed adjustment is easy enough if it s not. I hope my replacement is a decent a sample as this one is. Can't really fault it for a broken cover, but maybe better packaging could help. When I get the new one, I'll update this post if there is anything worth mentioning.