The Audio-Technica company has been making some new waves in the DJ vinyl turntable market and I, for one, like what I see. A couple of weeks ago, we brought you the review of the Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB turntable which is basically a nice rendition of the iconic classic Technics 1200 deck. Not only was it a good look-a-like, but it also performed rather well for its price. Audio-Technica has now introduced an even better SUPER-OEM turntable that can hang with the best of them called the AT-LP1240-USB. Check out our Full HD-Video review after the jump.
Last week we brought you the teaser video of the unboxing and first impressions of the Audio Technica AT-LP120-USB Professional Vinyl Turntables. Well, we didn’t want to keep you waiting too long and we were able to put it through its paces in the Lab to let you know exactly how this “Technics clone” holds up to the old legend. For only $200 each, these turntables pack a pretty powerful punch with a solid (albeit polymer) build and a few nice on-board DJ features as well. Check out the full HD-Video Review inside.
The Stanton ST.150 and STR8.150 Professional Vinyl turntables are arguably the best DJ turntables with the best motor out on the market today! I just traded in my set of Denon DJ DN-S3700’s for a new set of Stanton ST.150’s to “go back to my vinyl roots”. So I decided to complete a quick unboxing & quick rundown review video so you know exactly what you are getting if you decide to pick up a set for your own DJ needs. These decks have been around for a while, so the HD Review Video is short and sweet…
Stanton has sent us a complete SCS-1 Digital DJ System for a complete video review. I’ve wanted to get my hands on this system for over a year now, but I’m happy I waited because now the system is better than ever with a new software configuration and a Pro-X-Fade Crossfader upgrade. Check inside for the full video review to see if the SCS-1 system lives up to expectations.
The Novation Dicer is a palm-sized cue point and looping controller that has been designed to fit exactly where you need it: on your Turntables, CDJs, Mixer, or Laptop. DJ D-Mac from DJbooth.net gives us his feedback on these nifty new devices.
For aspiring DJs who want to start spinning their digital tracks on vinyl and CD, TRAKTOR SCRATCH DUO is the complete solution that provides both the software and hardware to perfectly fuse the worlds of analog and digital DJing.
The Numark V7 is a completely digital Media controller (MIDI) interface that allows DJ’s to scratch, mix, loop, effect, sample, and play any music file straight from the user’s desktop or laptop computer. The Numark V7 platform is loosely based on their successful Numark NS7 system, sharing the same actively spinning 7-inch platter and overall construction and design cues.
The Stanton T.92 USB is the best way for a DJ or serious record collector to get a vinyl library into your computer.