I have a Technics turntable from the early 80s which I would recommend. So yeah I recommend to get a used Technics, preferably a direct drive but doesn't have to be a top of the range DJ one for just listening. There are probably other good makes out there from the 70s or 80s too. Providing it has a new stylus and everything works it'll be better than buying a new turntable in my opinion. You'll likely need to buy an amp separately if you buy something like a Technics.