Mar 29, 2019
Sony has presented their modern vinyl player the PS-HX500 in the "above average" price category, with unique function of digitizing records in high-resolution audio. The model also supports direct to...Read More
The Sony PS-HX500 vs Denon DP-300F features comparison proves that these models are perfect for people who value quality. Both models have built-in pre-amps – compare the pre-amp in the Sony PS-HX500 (3 mV nominal at 1 kHz) and the pre-amp used in the Denon DP-300F (2.5 mV nominal at 1 kHz).
However, these turntables use the same cartridge type – moving magnet. However, the Denon DP-300F has a heavier supplied headshell – 10 g while the Sony PS-HX500 headshell is 3 g only.
Both models use the belt drive technology and they support two-speed options – 33.3 and 45 RPM.
The Denon DP-300F vs Sony PS-HX500 design review shows that both models look modern. The Denon DP-300F has small knobs and buttons (on the front panel) and a straight tonearm. The Sony PS-HX500 has knobs and a straight tonearm.
These solutions have dust covers made of durable transparent plastic. Overall, both models are easy to use and connect everything up. These turntables are built-well, they are heavy enough to avoid any vibration.
The dimensions are 18.5x16.3x6.2 in for the Sony PS-HX500 versus 15x17.1x4.8 in for the Denon DP-300F. The weight is 6.2 and 12.1 pounds respectively.
The Sony PS-HX500 is better turntable in this comparison. Check Sony PS-HX500 price