Excerpt: Nothing missing, very nice little package. The built-in speaker plays well, and without distortion (although not very loud, it's tiny). I'm also using it for digitalizing records through my m-audio solo soundcard, which works well enough for what it is. I can tell that some of the low frequencies are missing though, compared to my old tecnics SL-1300. The built-in preamp has a warm sound, and a very slight hiss (nothing too bad).
Excerpt: If you are a sample based producer looking for portability and lightweight in a turntable than this is it. Small enough to fit in the crate with your vinyls. The option of 33/45/78 RPM, pitch bending, and volume control. Has RCA line outs, with 1/8" and 1/4" jack for headphones. Don't expect to be able to scratch on this table. The needle isn't made for it or is the platter stable enough to hold a 12" vinyl, it actually hangs off the table.
Excerpt: Here is the opinion on the mysterious PT01 So first things first: Carton of the gear not too bulky, easy to carry, with a handful, but who cares, it will quickly go to the trash (it says for the metro is handy when you have already two other bags. ..