Upgrade Kit for Audio-Technica AT-LP60 AT-LP60X AT-LP60USB AT-LP60-BT AT-LP60XBT AT-XHP turntable
"... this wasn't a subtle difference or something I had to learn to listen for. The improvements in the sound quality really stood out." 1
The upgrade kit for the Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Series turntable improves the clarity, detail, and musicality of the factory supplied unit.
The kit is composed of a LP GEAR CFN3600LE stylus (Retail $55.00) featuring a highly polished special elliptical diamond with .0003 x .0007 inch tracing radii bonded to a special carbon fiber cantilever to refract the record grooves with exceptional precision thus resulting in better accuracy, natural tonality, spatial detail and crystal clean sound. You can keep the factory installed stylus that came with the turntable as backup. Our replacement belt by ViVid provides better torque and longevity. With these improvements you'll soon be enjoying your LPs once again.
Footnote 1: Filippo Dinolfo, SmashPad, July 5, 2016. See full context at "Audio-Technica AT-LP60: Long-Term Review.
Noticed an immediate improvement in audio quality. Thanks
Great service. Great product. The upgrade kit definitely made a difference. Worth the purchase.
First off, the shipping was insanely fast. Installation of both the belt and stylus was very easy. Both are high quality and there is noticeable performance improvement, and I’m still in the break-in period.
While it took some time to ship to Canada it was worth the wait. Noticeable sound improvement, particularly with bottom end. Very satisfied.
Easy to install both the stylus & the belt. The benefit of the belt upgrade isn't obvious to me (yet), but the stylus certainly reproduces better sound quality and much less inner-groove distortion. Glad I purchased this !
Purchased an upgrade needle, great job.
Super fast shipping and product came in perfect and was absolutely great quality.
I was very pleased with the service I received, reasonable cost and shipping. The belt fitted perfectly, as did the stylus. However for some reason, the later caused frequent skipping on some records, that previously had played without issue using the manufacturer supplied item. But perhaps this is just with the turntable I have, so hopefully others may experience better luck using the stylus. Thanks.