Summary: I'm no DJ, but when I had the oppurtuniity to buy a HiFi system again after many years of not having one, due to the fact that I had managed to keep my LP colection ( I hid it in my loft away from my first wife), I did not know where to start to look for a turn table. When I was able to buy the items I wanted, I came across this web sit. I looked through the turntables and chose the Stanton ST 150.
Good deck if u realy no u wont spill anything on em!!
30 June 2009
Summary: I decided on the st150 as i did my research and found these were the new industry standard now over Technics so i decided on getting em, They are absulute jems But unfortunatly i missed an important part of Technics reviews where they said u can spill drinks on em nd they were still fine but i just asumed yer yer i aint gna let that happen.....
Summary: OK I'm into day 2 with these babies. This has been a great leap of faith after having been an SL1200 bigot for 15 years. As soon as I touched the st150 I felt quality. The powerful motor is certainly impressive. My first gripe is that the tonearm bearings came terribly adjusted - you could SEE the movement on the top bearing. Thanks to internet forums (and not Stanton) I was able to find instructions on how to set the adjusting screws correctly.