Summary: The T.90 USB might have more DJ-focused features than most people need, but its DJ roots also make it one of the better built, higher-quality USB turntables out there, one that lets you enjoy the best of both audio worlds—the convenience of digital, and the sound quality of vinyl.
Summary: Dual start/stop buttons, an electronic brake, reverse play, and pitch-select are attractive to DJs, but they’re not of much value if you just want to archive your vinyl. Those criticisms are more than enough to withhold a Kick Ass award, but this is the best-sounding turntable we’ve auditioned yet.
Pros: Well-built, feature-rich, lots of digitizing and DJ tools
Cons: no cueing lever or automatic tone arm. Heavy.
Summary: The turntable's audio quality is so good that I'm happily willing to overlook its higher price and shaky bundled software selection. This turntable gets my full endorsement.
Pros: Top of the line digital audio quality, Includes RCA and digital outputs for use as a standard record player, 33, 45, and 78 rpm speeds for maximum compatibility, Sleek looks and sharp design, Clearly built to be a precision-made DJing tool
Cons: Installation manual needs to be rewritten and expanded, Included software is basically useless, No dust cover, Includes features not necessary for non-DJs