Dual has been in the business of creating turntables for a several years now and it is one of the most recognized turntable brands along with Technics. The Dual turntable has undergone several changes in design but the overall function remains the same and that is to provide people with the perfect audio device for their homes. A turntable is usually used in playing LP records.

It works by placing the record onto the turntable, and then placing the needle on the track that people wish to listen to. The sound coming from a turntable is not that different with any other audio device. For modern designs, the turntable can be hooked onto subwoofers and the like to better hear the nuances of music. During its early years, the Dual turntable needed to be cranked up before being used.

Today, there are several designs that make use of automatic systems so people can just plug it, place their record onto the table, place the needle and let it run on its own. Today, the Dual turntable can also be seen as part of a DJs system functioning as a DJ mixer.
It has come a long way ever since it was first released. There are plenty of designs that people can choose from. They also come in different finishes such as cherry wood, matte and wood among others. They are sturdy and usually last a long time when taken care of properly. People can get one over the Internet where several Dual turntable designs are available.

As for the price of a Dual turntable, they usually range from $300 to $500 or higher depending on the design and materials used. It has certainly played a big part in the music industry especially when it comes to playing music that was recorded back in the days before the advent of digital recording technology.


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