This turntable is one of the best around. TT200 is an old one, but better than the newer Numarrk TTUSBs out there. It has great sound quality and has one of the best needles out there. The best thing about it is its easy use. I learned how to use the TT200 in about 2 hours and it was a great expirience. I got the this turnable at $25 dollars from a friend but the price ranges at around $100 which is a great price for a great quality turntable. It's a heavy machine in comparison with the new turntables but that just proves how sophisticated it is. It includes a Quartz button to change the speed and pitch of the turntable's RPM, it also has a button for it to play at 33 RPM or at 45 RPM and obviously a start/stop button. This was my first turntable and I would definetly buy it. The only downs it has were maybe the wiring that had to be done for the grounding but anyways, this is necessary with every turntable from back in the day. You would probably think that old turntables are worse than the new ones, but in fact, the old ones are the best because of their internal machinery and they're sound quality. Producers and DJs from around the world use old turntables more than the new ones for this reason. You should defenitely buy a set of this turntable because of its great sound quality, working machinery and price. You should go out and buy it on online stores for a great price and spend time on it because it's a great expirience for any beggining DJ out there or producer. I use this turntable often and it hasn't broken nor deteriorized. It's a great turntable you should save up for and enjoy.
Strong motor, stright and s arms (what!) reverse pop up light multiple speeds.... it's great.
Price paid: $300 for 2
great sounds awsome.. matches up with my 1200 fine no weakness i've noticed here. platter is firm doesn't skip period!
well one of them burnt out after 6 months !!!! it's getting repaired now. they're very sturdy heavey strong feeling but supposedly they have power shielding issues. (i've heard this is fixed in the new fusion line)
it's a great tt if you get them for a good price... if your new to dj'ing i'd say your going to get a great table that you can't go wrong with. UNLESS it burns out! i have 1200's an i still like to scratch on these.... they just feel good.
Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: flux302 ( 6-, 2005)
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dj rso's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
then can be expecting you notice a user to experiment with technics which mix of house! I think! I mix more than 10 years with SL1200 mk2 which was btw ag more than 20 years! it has worked well! brief as sl 1200, costing dearest, bah essay g tt 200! ca doing well two days as I was !!! it is not too degeulasse, especially for scratcher !!!! However, I very much regret that my sl 1200 is made the soul! I try to abitu me the new board, so I will give you my opinion next month! CASE TO FOLLOW !!!!
I bought it there long enough, but I had not used for anything other than listening.
I started to mix it too long ago, and I must say I'm pretty disappointed ... The pitch is very vague, and it takes a little time to get up. Suffice to say that for beginners, which is my case recently, it is quite difficult. Sometimes we feel we are good, and in fact it continues to not accelerate or decelerate, as the shift is small, we feel right now.
Regarding the scratch, I've never tried so I do not know, but I recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy the decks (mix / scratch) to make more money and buy a reliable machine, because although it is not expensive compared to other qualities are also lower.