The build quality was superb, it reminded me of the Yamaha YP-450, or at least I think it was the YP-450. The whole plinth was a solid or at least layered MDF they only cut out what was needed to fit the component. So, 90% of the plinth was solid. The exterior was a nice thick veneer and the motor was awesome. I've always loved large motors as they always generated more torque and had less variance to weight.
The tone arm was decent, I've seen this tone arm on several CEC labeled turntables and it's well made. The platter is of a good weight, similar weight to the platter on the Technics SL-1500mki.
It had a very interesting feature where you can either set it as a pure manual table or have it auto-lift, no return, at the end of the record and shuts the turntable off. The rest is of your typical turntable being it's a 2 speed with pitch control.
In short, it is a well made table, with a very good motor, decent arm and good specifications all wrapped up in a beautiful wood veneer. Not to mention, out is complete with original headshell, 45rpm adapter and those infamous feet!
This one was serviced with new RCA cables and comes with a Shure M95ED cartridge with original and NOS N95ED stylus. It sounds fantastic, I love Shure cartridges. They are always so clean and neutral.
Now, time for me to be a bit honest. It is a great table but, the name offers more than what the 6300 really is, a nice middle level turntable. I would put it as equal to the Technics SL-1500mki. And, that's all I am going to say...