Any turntable will fit. You don't have to match it to an amplifier.I have Wharfedel Diamond 9.1 speakers and a new Rotel A11 Tribute. What Turn table may fit? Ready to pay less than 1000 usd....
My LP's are old (33 from the 70's) and not all of them are in good condition.
BT has limitations whatever version you happen to use. Nothing will beat a wired connection, in my opinion.Let me add another queation:
Why the sound quality when on BT is not as good when I use my CD player? Is it possibky because I use an old tablet as a source? Or the BT itself in this Rotel A11 Tribute is not so good? When the old tablet is connected through the AUX with a wire there is a little improvemant. Should I use an external BT connector? What else can be done?
It's possible that you could get an improved BT performance from something like the iFi Zen Blue.Bluetooth:
Why the sound quality when on BT is not as good when I use my CD player?
Should I use an external BT connector?
Can you explain what you mean as your question doesn't make any sense to me.Thank you for your answers.
I may give up BT and try to find a streamer or other device that plays Tidal and Spotify directly to the A11 Tribut. I see that there are LP players that offer also wifi connections? What would you recommand a seperate WiFi or integrated in a new phono?