Honest review from a qualified DJ and Sound Engineer...
As a professional DJ for well over 20 years, I started out using Technic 1200 turntables. Now, this player is not that, but for the purpose of a typical consumer-grade (but quality) "all-in-one" kind of player, it's excellent! I originally purchased 2 other brand players from Amazon (both with good reviews and good looks) and returned them within 3 seconds of hearing the quality of the audio, They sounded like toys. I took a shot at this Angel's Horn player even though it was slightly more expensive.
First off, it looks great. I love the classic look. It's slightly heavier than others and has a premium look and feel. Once I played music from it, I knew right then and there that it was a keeper! The purpose of wanting a turntable like this is to throw on some vinyl and appreciate the sound coming from a living piece of media (unlike a trashy mp3 with no life). You need a player that has proper low-end bass extension and smooth high-end tone without piercing your eardrum. Otherwise, don't bother even getting a turntable (with built-in sound). To my surprise, this player has that! Even the knobs feel great. As for the overall volume of the unit, I guess it goes pretty loud, but there is definitely a cutoff. I haven't cranked it all the way up. There's no need to. I enjoy the overall sound quality tone at a moderate sound level. If you're looking for something to wake the neighbors, this might not be it (or maybe it is?). However, it gets loud enough and and retains a beautiful sound while doing so.
My wife and I have been buying records weekly and listening to full albums every night now. We're having a blast and loving it. No complaints, which I am kind of surprised by. I am very happy with this purchase. Give it a try!