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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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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
T.60X Direct-Drive 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 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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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.
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
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.