Excerpt: Stantons premier direct drive USB turntable was designed for DJs who want a turntable built for the club scene, while having the standard features of a good analog-to-digital converter. Key lock allows for a change in speed without changing the key of a song. There are two pitch ranges to choose from, +/- 8 percent and 12 percent respectively, as well as three speeds from 33, 45, to 78 RPM. A high quality Stanton 500.v3 cartridge comes already mounted on the headshell.
Conclusion: I really wanted to build an inexpensive vinyl rig and dig the two dozen or so albums I still have out of retirement, but alas, I feel as if they'll remain in storage. Not because the T.92 is necessarily bad - as I said earlier it's perfectly average - but because the format itself simply doesn't suit me at this point in my life.
Excerpt: I know the 1200 series technics are considered the best turntables, but for someone that isn't a professional DJ, but often listens to vinyl records, this turntable is fantastic.If you're looking for a nice turntable with some modern features, look no further. This turntable falls in that category between amateur and professional, but I still feel it is closer to professional. The build quality is surprisingly sturdy, and the turntable weighs a ton.