What a dud
The only output is RCA cable. I can't plug speakers into it. I can't get it to play via my tv. So it is useless to me. It sits in the corner gathering dust. What a waste of money. It needs speakers with it to make it any use at all.
Great entry level turntable
I don't have a huge record collection but I wanted something to bring my records back to life without spending a fortune. And i needed a turntable with preamp so I could set it up easily with Sonos. Works a treat and sounds great. Very happy with my purchase. Definitely recommend
Inexpensive and works well.
For a small turntable with no frills the cord F-700 (welling) works really well. It is compact and goes with any matching decor you may have in your audio system. While it does not play 78's (yes, I still got a few) it is a bargain for the price. If you want to listen to your vinyl and not spend too much - this is your machine!
Magic having the fully automatic turntable. Look no hands. The only drawback is that you cannot play a particular track.
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Does exactly what it is suppose to and because of the built in preamp can be connected to any speakers with aux inputs.
Not bad for a cheapie
Bought mine today from JB and it's pretty good. First play was Chisel's EAST which sounded flat and I was disappointed but I've played a few others since and the sound is pretty good. Am currently listening to Fleetwood Mac's debut album and I'm surprised how lively it is. Great value player for $117.00
Very good value for money !
I recently purchased one of these for my son. For the price, it has a lot of features which more expensive turntables do not have. For example, being fully automatic. Don't have to worry placing the stylus in the correct place on the record. The quality seems consistent or perhaps a little better than what I would expect for the price range.
Reliable, good value for money.
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Does the Welling F-700 use an MM or MC cartridge? I am assuming it’s an MM but I just wanted to confirm.
any body have diagram how to apply belt
What stylus suits
Hi George - sorry I cannot answer your question. I have not had to replace mine, so I have done no research on this. You might try going directly to the manufacturer's website. Based on prices of stylus, it might warrant just purchasing a new turntable if it is too expensive to replace. Welling F700 is a very inexpensive model, so the part might cost as much as a new turntable. Again, sorry i could not help you.
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