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Stanton has been a household name for turntable enthusiasts ever since its founder, Walter O. Stanton, introduced an easy-to-replace stylus in 1946. Over time, the turntable became synonymous with DJing, and today, Stanton equipment is still some of the most sought-after DJ gear around. Whether you want to go analog or digital, you'll find some great hardware here to help make your DJ aspirations a reality. In fact, all you really need to do to appreciate the quality of Stanton DJ gear is to take a look at some of the world-class DJs who use it. When you watch performances by DJ Billy Morrison, DJ Alex Sonnenfeld, DJ Nena Chula, DJ Miss Mee, Grandmaster Dee and Ballistic Billy, keep an eye out for the Stanton equipment at their fingertips. The amazing results these pros get are a great example of what happens when strong talent is backed up by Stanton's gear.
Are you a hobbyist or a DJ circuit pro? The answer to that question is going to help you decide which Stanton DJ gear is right for you. For instance, if you're a vinyl collector looking for a straightforward way to digitize your music collection, consider the T.92 USB Turntable. Its built-in USB port means that you can plug it right in to a computer or device to transfer all your classic tunes. On the other hand, if you're a renowned roller and scratcher, the straight-armed, direct-drive STR8-150 Digital Turntable might be more your speed.
For the all-digital DJ, you also can't miss Stanton's jogwheel controllers like the DJC.4 Virtual DJ Workstation and the SC S.4DJ Mixstation and Controller. These consoles will give you direct connectivity and control for your library of digital media, making them incredibly versatile tools to have in your DJ booth.
Once you've picked out the Stanton DJ gear that's right for you, all that's left to do is take it for a spin and hear the difference first-hand. Whether you're playing a small club or a giant summer music festival, you'll know that you have equipment you can rely on to power up your station for your best-ever performances.