Excerpt: This product is excellent, not as good as their CD turntables but really good. Easy to use and very reliable. Personally I think it could have done with more inputs and outputs as I run a home studio and I have a lot of equipment that all links together via inputs and outputs, most of my equipment have a vast amount of inputs and outputs where as this doesn't so I had to do a lot of changing about to get this rigged up into my system but its not bad, I thought the sound...
Excerpt: If I refer to them as "they", I am talking about using a pair of the turntables :) The Numark TT1610 turntables or dubplates in three words are cheap, reliable but basic. They are made of plastic (with a bit of metal) so they feel slightly cheap at times, but hey! They have a really good price tag, so you get what you pay for I suppose. The turntables have the two standard (I suppose) speed setting of 33 and 45 RPM and are belt driven.
Excerpt: Ah, the good old TT1610's. I cant say they are a bad set of turntables, in fact I still have mine and use them regularly. I was looking for a cheap set of turntables to replace my old ones, and eventually found these in a shop close by. Unfortunately, I couldn't buy them separate from the Numark mixer, so I got that too, as a set. Luckily, I wasn't disappointed.
Excerpt: My old turntable which would probably pass for a museum piece sadly broke a few weeks ago so I set out to replace it at a good price. I didn't want to spend a fortune and I came across this turntable, the Numark TT1610. Numark are a highly respected firm who specialise in DJ equipment so I was surprised to see a turntable at the cheap price this was on sale for.