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Stanton S-250 Tabletop CD Player
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No other portable CD player in its price range has the quality and features of the Stanton S-250. The control panel and LED screen are toward the fro...Click To Read More About This Product
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No other portable CD player in its price range has the quality and features of the Stanton S-250. The control panel and LED screen are toward the front of the unit, just where a DJ needs them. Other features on this CD player include instant start, digital outputs, fader start, selectable pitch control (±8%, 12%, and 16%), and pitch bend.
- Control panel and LED screen are up front
- Instant start
- Digital outputs
- Selectable pitch control
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My primary equipment is spinning vinyl. However, not everything is available in that format now. So as much as I didn't want to, I had to add CD players to my show. I chose the Stanton S-250's for the name and the price and I am not disappointed. I'm not sure how well these machines will hold up under constant use, but that's not the way my show's go. They have done a great job for me. The only downside would be the opening of the door. You definitely want to put your hand over it when opening, especially when you have an LP on the turntable next to it. I would recommend this player to any one, as I am happy with my purchase.
This is a simple budget CD player meant for simple educational playback tasks such as looping a section to learn and "tuning" (if needed) the CD tracks if they need to be brought into A440. Very paltry documentation. It does have a sleep mode although I don't remember that being mentioned in the owner/operator phamplet. It doesn't mention how much power it uses which is quite vexing. Everyone now should be thinking about energy conservation. My guess is that it consumes maybe 8-12 wattss It has no adjustment for the headphone output. It seems always ready to loop and to choose another point is not intuitive at all. But it seems as if it will perform OK. It doesn't have anti shock sampling and if joustled it will sputter. Just keep it
Our Studios have three of these in use and onefor travel events. Never had a problem, worksgreat.
This cd player will not always play cd-r's. Other than than that, it's not bad for the money.
This CD deck, for the money, is a good starter deck for anyone interested in mixing in a controlled environment (ie- your house, an office party, a low-key pool party, etc...). Be aware : in addition to having NO skip control circuitry (which I believe is now standard on any CD walkman you can buy at CVS) these decks are vibration sensitive... and once they stall, it takes a second for them to catch up (and when you're DJ'ing a club... the second seems like DAYS!!). But hey, you get what you pay for.