Analog When a company puts out a product that sounds as great as the MMF But unfortunately, my experience with this low-budget wonder was mostly bad. It arrived cosmetically perfect, with a sturdy dust cover and generally impressive looks. Setup was easy, but the instructions were of no help.
Music Hall MMF 9.1 Turntable - Without Cartridge
If this were my first turntable, I would have been on the phone to Music Direct every five minutes. Though the instructions were incomplete, the manufacturer was kind enough to include a cardboard cartridge alignment tool—handy if you want to change cartridges.
You may want to do just that. The Audio-Technica was much smoother.
All was nice, except for one thing: Sometimes, it would also transmit a loud banging noise.