Look, we all like collecting fancy things so if you went ahead and bought yourself a couple of records then you should be proud of them, there’s no pressure on you to get yourself a record player to listen to them. However, if you consider yourself a true audiophile, then there are many reasons why you should consider getting one of those all-in-one record players for yourself.
You can love music without being an audiophile so again, there’s no pressure to fit into the audiophile category to prove to others around you that you’re a hard core fan of your music. Being an audiophile has more to do with what you listen to your music on more than anything else, which is why you’ll find audiophiles in every genre of music. Now if you’re really particular about the quality of music that you listen to, then maybe a turn table is for you after all.
Casual music listeners can listen to their music through anything at all but audiophiles really pay attention to balancing their sound, being out the most out of each track. After all, there’s a lot of sound engineering that goes into the making of music so why not appreciate it fully by listening to it uncut on a turn table that brings out the most of the sound without messing it up at all.
Music can sound different on what you listen to it on which is something that only audiophiles seem to understand. Even if you have amazing headphones with a driver for each sound band, listening to the sound picked out of a record by a turn table will always sound the best. If high fidelity audio is what you’re after then yes, you need an all-in-one record player.