Summary: This may be a good turntable but the one I was sold was faulty and Stanton's customer service SUCKS. I have emailed them repeatedly and have received NO response. I hate to review something with a one star when it might be a good product, but I think Stanton is WHACK and you deserve to know that if you go to them for assistance, they probably won't reply. I bought this turntable a year ago and it does not keep consistent sound.
Summary: After looking at countless reviews and videos about different turntables I finally decided on the Stanton T.90 USB Turntable. I choose this turntable because of the USB and the fact that it does have a reverse button. This product is a very good beginner turntable because it is simple to use. The only negative thing about this turntable is that IT DOES NOT COME WITH ANY INSTRUCTIONS AT ALL!!!!
Summary: I just wanted to add that the Stanton T.90 is a great turntable and about something that I read somewhere else that says you cannot listen or monitor the records while you are recording them and that's not true all you need is an RCA to Mini plug cable connected to the audio output of the turntable and the line in of the computer sound card and move the switch in the back of the turntable to line you will be able to listen to the audio and correct any playback problem...
Summary: I bought this with hopes of transferring my LPs onto my computer and in turn onto a CD. It doesn't work. First off, it comes with very little instructions. There is a "users manual," however it does not offer much insight on the actual use of the product. For people not familiar with turntables, like me, the assembley of this product is not at all easy and there are no instructions at all to guide you through.
Summary: The turn table has a solid feel to it. I have found no problems with the turntable itself. The software that comes with it could be a little more user friendly when it comes to the transfer from LP to your computer. The product itself I have no problems with it.
Summary: I bought this unit due to the fact that it is direct drive, has a quality S-shaped tone arm, and plays 78's. I have three problems with it, though. There is no cue lever. There is no auto return at the end of a record. And the dust cover is cloth. This means the record is exposed during playback. More importantly, you have to be very careful when removing the cloth cover that it doesn't snag the stylus.
Summary: This purchase was my third attempt to get a USB turntable that was USB and a great turntable. The Stanton T.90 turntable is an audiofile's dream. Looks great with the metal platter, adjustments, and blue accent lights. Multiple adjustments, three speeds 33, 45, & 78, USB and standard audio jacks. Works prefect! This is the important part. I purchsed this turntable to transfer my analog 12" records to MP3s.
Summary: I bought this turntable to convert my dad-in-laws very old 78 rpm European, classical records into some form of current format. I think that idea will eventually work out, but not until I get through an unexpected issue with the turntable's included software. So far, I cannot listen to records in real time, either connecting the machine's analog right/left connections to a stereo amplifier, or using its digital coax cable connection with my computer.
A Beautifully Design Turntable, but Not Without Some Issues
Thomas "tomsde", Amazon
10 April 2008
Summary: I received my turntable 2 days ago and was impressed with how solid and substaintial it is. The directions on balancing the tone arm and mounting the cartridge were hard to follow and there is little additional documentation at Stantons website. The unit is heavy and large, so those who have a concern about shelf or audio cabinet space be warned.
Summary: this turntable is an excellent value and performs as advertised....still having a little trouble with the software to get tracks recorded over to itunes...but through my stereo...it does the job!