Technics SL-1200 Mk7 Turntable Review

The interesting thing about this Technics SL-1200 Mk7 is at first glance it looks like a copy of other Technics turntables. SPECIFICATION: Drive Method: Direct Drive Turntable Speeds: 33 1/3, 45rpm (with switch 78 rpm) Starting Torque: 0.18N・m / 1.8kg・cm (1.56 lbs-in) Build-up Characteristics: 0.7 s. from standstill to 33 1/3 rpm Wow and Flutter: … Read more

Stanton ST-150 Turntable Review

We recommend the Stanton ST-150 Professional Analog Turntables to any DJ who is very serious about their work and needs a serious machine to level up their skills. WHAT’S IN THE BOX Platter Slipmat Counterweight 45-rpm adapter AC cord RCA cable Target light Headshell Deckadance software key. DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT: 450(W) x 353 (D) x … Read more

Reloop SPIN Portable Turntable Review

The first thing to say about the Reloop spin itself is that this is surprisingly only the second turntable to hit the mass market which is designed for portable-ism.Up to now, it’s been either a Numark PT01 scratch or a regular portable with an external fader. There are at least a couple of other projects … Read more