U-Turn Orbit Basic Turntable


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Product Description

U-Turn Audio
Brilliant sound. Simple design. Pure analog experience.
  • OA3 precision gimbal tonearm with one-piece magnesium armtube for accurate tracking and low distortion. Features internal anti-skate and adjustable counterweight.
  • Audio-Technica AT91B cartridge with conical diamond stylus.
  • Grooved low-resonance MDF platter.
  • External belt drive eliminates motor noise and ensures speed stability. Manual speed change (33/45 RPM). All-new seamless silicone belt.
  • Wirecutter’s pick for best budget turntable since 2019.




OA3 Tonearm
Molded magnesium armtube with fixed anti-skate and preset counterweight

Audio Technica AT91B with conical diamond stylus

Low-noise AC synchronous

Speed control

Drive belt
Seamless silicone

Inverted main bearing
Self-lubricating polymer bearings with stainless steel shaft

Grooved MDF platter with powder coat finish

Playback speeds 33/45 RPM manually changed
Dimensions 16.75 x 12.5 x 4.25″
Wow & flutter < 0.175%
S/N Ratio – 79 dBA
Rumble < -63 dBA
Input voltage 115V/60Hz
Output connection RCA
Warranty 3-year limited warranty

Included in the Box
Orbit Turntable
Dust Cover
Felt Mat
AC Adapter
RCA Cables


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How do I setup my new turntable?

There are several ways to setup and connect your new turntable – we can help find the right option!

The Simple Setup
As the name suggests – this is the simplest way to setup your new turntable. All you’ll need is your new Orbit turntable with a built-in preamp and powered speakers. Connect your Orbit to your speaker’s RCA or 3.5mm AUX input using the included cables and rock on!

The Traditional Setup
If you already have a stereo receiver and passive speakers, the traditional setup is likely the option for you. First, connect your Orbit to your stereo receiver w/ dedicated phono input. Next, connect your stereo receiver to your passive speakers using speaker wires. In this scenario, the receiver contains both the phono preamp and the power amp to drive the passive speakers.

The Modular Setup
The modular setup is probably the right setup for you if you have an amplifier without a dedicated phono input. In this scenario, you’ll connect your Orbitto an external phono preamp which you’ll connect to a separate power amplifier. Your passive speakers will connect to the power amplifier.