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Numark TTX

TTX, Giradiscos from Numark in the TT series.

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FP User 01/11/2008

Numark TTX : la opinión de FP User (content in English)

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This turntable has all the features needed for a great turntable and more. The BPM counter helps a great deal, but seems useful only with music with distinct peaks such as house or trance. Other Pluses include exchangable S and straight arm, pitch adjustable to +or- 50%, adjustable start and stop speed, etc...

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$315 each

The tables are great for any type of music and sound does not suffer at all. There is no audible "buzz" that you may get with ungrounded turntables and the build is solid enough to absorb stray vibrations or soundCompared to the Technics' beloved 1200, this is just that and more.

Its a turntable. Theres not much to learn. You can go through the manual just to go over the details on the decks, but there isn't much that is new to learn. The most difficult part may be changing out the tonearms and pitch adjust, but even that is not hard at all.

If you can use a 1200 at a club or party, then you can definately use this. It's admittingly heavier than other comparable tables, but it's worth the extra effort to carry these decks around.

I tried this out to compare them to the 1200s and I can't turn back. I recommended these tables to a couple of friends, all of who have previously used the 1200s, and they have converted. Try em out and see for yourself.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown (January 2-, 2003)