Pro-Ject Primary review

Buying a turntable isn’t unlike choosing a pastry in that you might be tempted to go for the one with the biggest slice.

When it comes to budget turntables, the brand with the biggest slice of the market has long been Pro-Ject, thanks to its multi-Award-wining Elemental and Essential models.

The vinyl revival has fiercely shaken up the market for turntables, with an influx of affordable competition both new (Crosley and Ion) and old (Sony, Audio Technica, TEAC and Pioneer).

Pro-Ject has launched two new Primary turntables: the standard phono stage-free deck we have here, and a £250 Phono USB model that has a built-in phono stage and can convert vinyl to digital files via a USB output.

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