Roksan Attessa Turntable (Satin White) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 16.
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Roksan Attessa Turntable (Satin White)


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Open Box Guide Price (5 available across all stores) £509.000000
Last brand new price £699.000000
Refurbished Guide Price (6 available across all stores) £479.000000
Last brand new price £699.000000

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Roksan’s enviable turntable pedigree meets plug n’ play convenience, with the exciting Roksan Attessa Turntable.

Fully equipped - Electronic speed control and built-in phono stage
Electronic speed control locks on to the precise speed required, giving perfect pitch. It’s also easy to change from 33 to 45; simply push a button, rather than having to change the belt from one pulley to another. The switchable, built-in phono stage makes it possible to connect the Attessa Turntable to any Hi-Fi or speaker system with an AUX input.

Isolated against vibrations for reduced distortion
Using isolation feet and chassis design inspired by Roksan’s flagship Xerxes model, the Attessa is well protected against surface vibrations. Controlling and dampening vibrations helps reduce distortion, letting you hear subtle detail in the music that might otherwise be missing.

Premium engineering for detailed sound quality
Designed, developed and assembled in the UK, the Attessa turntable offers premium build quality for its class. Featuring an isolated single plinth, high mass platter and electronically controlled motor, the turntable is built to make the most of your vinyl. Renowned for their high levels of resolution and true-to-life sound, Roksan turntables are amongst the best in the business.

Stylish design
With its compact footprint and crisp style, the Attessa looks good without intruding. Available in classic and contemporary finishes, it’s a timeless design that exudes quality.

Sophisticated Unipivot tonearm delivers accurate tracking
Featuring a composite construction and glass jewel pivot, the Unipivot tonearm introduces high-end design to its class. Although they require a little more initial set-up time, Unipivot tonearms offer lower levels of bearing friction, letting the tonearm track the record more freely. The result is tracking accuracy that reveals the full extent of the music buried in the record’s groove.

Supplied with Dana MM cartridge
Supplied with the Roksan Dana cartridge, the Attessa Turntable is a complete turntable. The Dana cartridge perfectly matches the rest of the turntable’s sonic signature, with a highly resolved, vivid sound that digs out the detail from all your favourite tracks.

Introduce yourself to the joys of Roksan turntable ownership, with the Roksan Attessa Turntable.
Manufacturer's Warranty
5 years
Belt Drive/Direct Drive
Belt Drive
Built In Phono Stage
Dimensions WxHxD (mm)
432 x 115 x 353
Weight (KG)
Cartridge Included
Yes - MM
Replacement Stylus Code
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super fast service from RS, Great turntable Unbelievably fast service from Richer Sounds in T-Wells. A conversation with a store member trying to locate a unit in stock resulted in an effortless telephone order at about 17:15 resulting in the unit being delivered by 10:30 the following morning by DPD. Absolutely brilliant! The Attessa performance in short; dazzling, lively sound and easy to set up. A great addition to your setup. The turntable setup at first seemed a bit convoluted and people have mentioned a need for continual adjustment. I found it 'OK'. The idea of the unipivot, gimbaled tonearm seemed a bit over the top to be honest (why? other turntables that perform brilliantly don’t have it, none of my others have it) and setting up the tonearm might have caused some concern but in practice it was a doddle. The supplied scale seemed to work well although the pitch of the screw for counterweight adjustment could be finer. A slight adjustment when closing in on the 2g level results in some messing about to support the tome arm and make minute tweaks until you’re happy with the level. I erred on the side of just heavier on the cartridge as I found that some records (mainly older vinyl) that aren't perfectly flat will cause the cartridge to intermittently catch the record as the tonearm slowly lowers…. Ooooh so slowly on the vinyl. Speaking of which the (weighty) turntable platter takes a little time to gather momentum to make the required RPMs, although this is nicely presented by the blinking indicator which goes solid when up to speed. Some folk might like a showy, slow approach to the whole theatre of playing (and stopping) your vinyl but I’m not convinced and I’m not a fan. Get it on and hit play, hit the volume… job sorted. Not the case for the Attessa. It’s certainly a zen approach to playing your treasured vinyl and although the sound is excellent it could do with some real life tweaks. The tonearm lowering-lever is a little too close to the tonearm. My hands aren’t small and I feel like I playing Jenga when using it. The cartridge pick-up arm on the headshell is too short and too shallow, if you’ve got normal fingers you’ll find it cramped to lift the tonearm ( as there is no auto recovery or auto-lift on the tonearm when play is complete). Finally…and this is a massive oversight, there is no lock mechanism for the tonearm. OK, there is a deep-ish cradle for the arm to sit on but the arm is still essentially free to be knocked off its perch especially when introducing the cover back to the turntable when finished. The cartridge is protected however by a branded flip up/down cover. I’ve seen some queries regarding using the turntable dust-cover whilst in operation… you can’t… it’s too snug even when the tonearm is stowed…but why would you want too anyway? The turntable looks too good to cover.
Date published: 2024-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stunning Aesthetics & Stunning Sound! Brought the Roksan Attessa to replace my Reloop RP7000mk 2 and so glad I did. Yes I know belt driven to DD are 2 separate entities but the sound quality of the inbuilt preamp absolutely smashes it out the park! Easy to set up and listening to my collection is like listening to the records for the very first time!
Date published: 2024-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent deck, great service Great piece of kit. Had to return the first one as it was faulty but had excellent service to replace it.
Date published: 2024-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Turntable technical advice Great advice. Helped me chose the best value product for me.
Date published: 2024-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The jury is still out... I bought this turntable as a replacement for an old TT I'd had for 15-20 years. It looks great but I have to admit that the set up of the 'tone arm' has had me befuddled. I got every available online video etc but somehow it still feels odd that it doesn't seem sturdy at all - almost shaky for want of a better term. Really difficult to select individual tracks on an LP. There is no earth cable and I find there is a bit of humming too if I tur the volume up a bit. These set up aspects could just be me and my lack of tech skills though and I'm telling myself that the sound is much better than my old one but really not 100% sure that is the case and I've definitely had more jumps and skips than ever before! I also don't like the fact the lid is not on hinges but that is a minor quibble. Overall for the price I think its a great looking TT but you have to be able to get over the fact that you have been used to a sturdy arm / needle for your whole life to be able to deal with this one. So I can't really say either way if I'd recommend it or not...but as you need to say Yes or No I'd probably say No (in my own low techy opinion) unless you feel confident with the different feel this 'arm / stylus' gives you.
Date published: 2024-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from looks and sounds awesome- some operational issues At £500 (£399 if you get the white one currently on sale) - you'd struggle to get a better looking and sounding deck for the money. It feels and looks premium and sounds very detailed with great instrument separation. The built in phono stage is really impressive, but i felt my external one just gave it a degree more oomph/body in the soundstage, but it was very close. For many people looking for a plug and play option the built in stage will be totally fine. This is the first niggle - as others have pointed out, changing the switch is incredibly fiddly - i needed a cocktail stick to get into the tiny resessed switch and a magnifying glass and torch to see it - it also feels like it might break if you used something like a screwdriver to change the setting. I've seen jumper switches on circuit boards more easy to adjust that this. Secondly, there's no obvious way to ground it when using an external phono stage. It might be that like some rega decks, it doesn't need additional grounding. I was able to ground my phone stage to the casing on my pre-amp which was additionally fiddly - possibly it wasn't necessary, but its not very quiet, with the only hum/noise coming through the speakers when ramping up the volume to near max - way beyond normal or even loud listening - its basically very quite at normal listening levels. Despite the stunning aesthitics and build, there are some operational niggles from my point of view. Firstly, the lid - its really great to have one, so hats off to Roksan for providing one, BUT its not attached to the turntable, so you have to fully remove it to play your records. I know audiophiles shout at you if you play records with the lids down, but without it being hinged mounted, you have to find somewhere to store the lid when you're playing a record as you can't play it with the lid on because the arm gets in the way - its such a minor irritation, but why they couldn't just add some hinge mounts is beyond me - so you could just open the lid and keep it open. Third niggle is its really fiddly to set the counter weight and balance the tone arm at the recommended 2 grams, its also made more tricky because the tone arm itself if basically floating and quite wobbly so you have make sure its properly seated - which is made even more ticky as its hard not to knock it when removing the lid as its a tight fit - basically its not a just problem, but on all my other decks - rega/project - the arms is essentially set and forget - this isn't. I don't want this review to sound too negative, because at the price this is one heck of a great turntable - for looks and sound it punches way way above its price point - BUT the operational issues make me have to give it four stars as a complete package.
Date published: 2024-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roksan Atessa turntable - a beauty to behold. Having researched turntables I was prepared for the Atessa to sound good. What delighted me was the design. In green it is a work of art. Normally retailing just under a grand it was more than my budget, and I was about to buy a lesser deck until I came across it on the Richer Sounds website for half that. Happy Christmas!
Date published: 2023-12-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great sound let down by shocking engineering. On setting up this turntable I was grinning ear to ear, flabbergasted by the level of detail it pulled from my records. Something sounded 'off' though - there seemed to be dips in speed. Further investigation showed the platter had substantial wobble, which seemed to originate from the sub-platter. This caused noticeable 'wow' - worse than any tape deck I own, even! Richer Sounds were great sorting out a replacement. It arrived today and I set it up to find it has the exact same problem. The wobble is less pronounced on the second deck, and it has some problems with the tonearm which are proving difficult to rectify due to the fiddliness of adjusting the tonearm height. But regardless of these minor gripes, the basic fact that this turntable cannot reproduce a sustained note at a constant pitch, across two decks and multiple records and days of troubleshooting, means that I can't recommend it no matter how good the quality of the sound is. I find it staggering that a turntable with a £995 RRP cannot spin a record straight and level. So unfortunately this second deck will be going back for a refund - I won't waste any more time with Roksan in future if this is what they consider to be acceptable quality
Date published: 2023-12-02
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