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Stanton T.60X Direct-Drive Turntable  

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The Stanton T.60X has a powerful direct-drive motor with plenty of torque, a straight tone arm ideal for skratching, 2 start/stop switches for mix or...Click To Read More About This Product

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A direct-drive turntable at an unbelievable price!

The Stanton T.60X has a powerful direct-drive motor with plenty of torque, a straight tone arm ideal for skratching, 2 start/stop switches for mix or battle, a pitch control slider with ±10% adjustment, 33 and 45rpm speeds, 2 RCA outputs (cable included) and ground connector, and a removable target light. Comes with slipmat and cloth dust cover.

  • Affordable direct-drive turntable with eye-catching design
  • Straight tone arm for superior tracking when skratching
  • 2 start/stop switches for mix or battle setup
  • Pitch control slider with ±10% adjustment
  • 2 playback speeds: 33 or 45rpm
  • 2 RCA outputs (cable included) and ground connector
  • Includes slipmat and cloth dust cover
  • Turntable:
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz ±1dB
  • THD+N: < 0.01% at 1kHz
    S/N ratio: <-65 dB
    Type: 2-speed full manual
  • Motor: 8 pole, 3 phase, brushless DC motor
  • Driving method: direct drive
  • Speeds: 33-1/3 and 45rpm
  • Wow and Flutter: less than 0.15% WRMS (JIS WTD) with 33-1/3rpm
  • Pitch controls: ±10%
  • Starting time: Less than 1 sec with 33-1/3rpm
  • Braking time: Less than 1 sec with 33-1/3rpm
  • Time for speed change: Less than 1 sec with 33-1/3rpm, less than 1 sec from 45 to 33-1/3rpm
  • Audio output: phono
  • Tone Arm
  • Tone arm type: static balanced straight tone arm with cardan's suspension
  • Effective arm length: 191mm
  • Tracking force range: 0-4g
  • Applicable cartridge weight: 6-10g

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Awesome turntable

By Mitch

from National city, Ca. 91950

I found Stanton T60x online through Letgo, I had never heard of this brand. I was just looking for a TT to play
My LP's. I bought it for an unbelievable price it's in perfect condition, it came with a new stylus and an extra 3 brand new ones, for the deal I got any TT is a great deal at that price.. It plays flawlessly. I don't know how it performs for DJ-ing as I'm not using it for that purpose. It's definitely a high end TT for any body using it as a home unit.

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Great for mixing, and sampling.

By Triplegreen

from Green Bay, WI

Great turntable for beat matching and sampling, ok for a little scatching here or there. The problem is it needs a hair more torque. Detachable cords allowed me to use my thicker and better quality wires. Get a T80 for scatching. Still a great turntable for the money.


great deal for your money

By dj Danny D

from Montrose,Colorado

stanton makes a great product i have used them for years. of course ther is entry level and pro level products you do get what you pay for in some brands but i have to say stanton even entry level is decent the t60 is in the middle for a direct drive table and the price here is great so i recomend this table for dj's trying to get started and trust me i know it can get pretty expensive when you are trying to get started in the game



By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

To begin with, you're going to have to deal with torque issues. It's simply a fact with this turntable. I'm just starting out, so I wanted a quality turntable that would allow me to practice mixing and cueing. At first I was supremely disappointed with the torque on these as any gentle press down on the record would stop the platter. After reading a few message boards and seeing some guy just kill it scratching with these, I found out that the real problem is the slipmats that come packed in with the TTs. I ended up buying some Stanton DSM-9F slipmats, which offer very low friction and it's like I spent another $100 on my TTs. With the torque problem fixed, I have absolutely no problem recommending these to anyone who is starting out and is looking to get a full-featured TT without busting the bank on your first DJ Rig. I use these with Serato Scratch Live and they perform beautifully.

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