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Audio-Technica has introduced two Bluetooth turntables; the AT-LPW50BTRW and the AT-LP3XBT.

Though both have different styles, Audio-Technica has designed both to support portability.

The AT-LPW50BTRW combines an AT-VM95E Dual Moving Magnet cartridge with a 0.3 by 0.7 mil stylus. Housed in a rosewood veneer, you can also utilize its Bluetooth capabilities.

Furthermore, this model allows you to use the turntable with traditional plug-and-play outputs with its built-in phono preamp and RCA output.

Then there is the AT-LP3XBT. The successor to the AT-LP3, this model is compatible with Qualcomm’s aptX audio codec.

Moreover, the turntable is equipped with an anti-resonance die-cast aluminum platter and a felt mat. It utilizes a damped base build which reduces low-frequency feedback.

The AT-LP3XBT also comes with the AT-VM95C cartridge, an AC adapter, and an RCA output cable.

Both turntables are available now. You can get the AT-LPW50BTRW for £420 / $485 or the AT-LP3XBT for £280 / $324.

However, it’s not just these two turntables that Audio-Technica has had to share.

The company has announced the high-end AT-ART20 phono cartridge too. It has a magnetic core dual moving coil model designed to “reproduce sound with the full expression of a live performance”.

Audio-Technica state that they have used the “finest materials and advanced manufacturing techniques” to reproduce the expression of a live performance with non-magnetic core cartridges.

You can get the AT-ART20 now for £2749.99 / €3199.