Refurbished Turntables for Sale

Update May 29, 2023

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Buying a refurbished vintage turntable from the Turntable Doc means you get my Lifetime Labor Warranty. As long as my eyes work and I can hold tools, I will do all that is in my power to keep your turntable running. You only pay for any worn or damaged parts. This is a much better deal than buying an entry-level new turntable which is made from inexpensive materials and will only have a 1-year warranty. I stand behind my work.

Also note that any of these can have different cartridges or styli installed if you’d prefer a different brand and/or an upgrade. If I’m selling a turntable with a used OEM stylus, it’s because that particular stylus sounds noticeably better than any new options I have on hand.

One last note: I am not shipping any turntables that I have for sale. I’ve just had too much trouble with shipping services and turntables and it’s difficult to provide long distance warranty service.

I have another page for non-turntable gear if you’re shopping for a system.

Note: the following is in the pipeline but not quite ready. If you are interested in this and want to get more information and/or reserve one, contact me

  • Pro-Ject X1 manual 3-speed belt drive — $750

Systemdex IIX — $495


Outstanding suspended manual turntable, very classy looking in real wood. Includes Profile tonearm, thick glass platter and locking record clamp. Fitted with a Goldring E3 cartridge with very low hours. This is a fabulous performer with superb clarity. Has a few minor dings on the body and dustcover, excellent shape otherwise. 

Dual 622 — $395


Fully-automatic direct drive from 1979-80. Excellent performer with a low-mass arm. Equipped with a Shure M91ED cartridge and a brand new aftermarket stylus. Faux wood base, dustcover is good with some wear. This is a solid deck that sounds great.

Dual 1019 — $395  Sold


Classic fully-auto idler drive circa 1965-71. Dual sold tons of these and many of them are still running well 50+ years later. This one has been through full refurb service and is equipped with a vintage Shure cartridge with a new aftermarket stylus. This one features a really pretty real wood “clamshell” base and dustcover. Stacker spindle optional.

Hitachi PS-48 — $375   Sold


Beautiful deck with wood veneered base. This appears to have been made in the same factory as the classic Marantz units. Excellent performer in really nice shape cosmetically. Cartridge flavor TBD.

Dual 1209 — $225


Classic Dual fully-automatic idler drive from the early ’70s. These fly under the radar as their bigger brothers the 1219 and 1229 are more plentiful, but a solid performer in its own right. This one comes with a Shure cartrdge, bit no dustcover. 78 RPM cartridge/stylus options available.

Micro Seiki MB-15 — $195


Micro Seiki was an innovative turntable company back in the day, and even their modest models like the MB-15 have excellent tonearms. This unit comes equipped with a highly regarded Signet (Audio Technica’s high end line at the time) TK-3ea. OEM stylus has plenty of life left. In nice shape cosmetically with dustcover.

Sony PS-LX250H  — $125


Black plastic fully automatic belt drive with an optional built-in preamp. Good choice for a starter system.

Ion TTUSB10 — $75 


Okay, this one is not vintage. But it does work well and comes with a built-in phono preamp so simple to hook into other gear. In like new condition. No warranty on this, but if there are any unfixable issues within a year of purchase, I’ll refund the cost.

Crosley Stack-o-matic — $60


New belt and new stylus. No warranty on this, but if there are any unfixable issues within a year of purchase, I’ll refund the cost.