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Stanton Magnetics ST-150 New Look

Turntable from Stanton Magnetics

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kykylekillerkykylekiller

Superb advice I

Stanton Magnetics ST-150 New LookPublished on 02/10/13 at 10:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Hello;

I has this little plate for 1 month

First I had so much Numark TT1650 say nothing to see!

+: The couple, the chassis stable and heavy, the style, the arms and everything ..

-: A hand that ca do heavy (18kg) but hey ..

It's a bit expensive new but used is affordable especially for the quality that is top of the range!

With more experience I would do exactly the same choice is really a very good turntable phew!
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stellyannstellyann

I recommend!

Stanton Magnetics ST-150 New LookPublished on 02/04/13 at 01:20
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I used it for 2 years before moving to the technics 1210 M3d.
Very good turntable with a good arm that holds the scratch.J 'had a cell shure m-44 and the sound was very good for qualité.Mon only worry was on LIVE on stage! RUMBLE I could and I was many disabled! That's why I changed my turntables.
The value for money is more than better and I think this is the Techncis is not justified (although very good turntable).
If I did that scratch and mix studio, I repeat again ...
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badboysdu38badboysdu38

My favorite, the best market

Stanton Magnetics ST-150 New LookPublished on 07/04/12 at 14:31
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I use it for 6 years and they have not a single wrinkle snuff.

I have 2 CDJ 1000 and 2 Numark TTX and yet I keep coming back to my Stantons 150 because those are by far the best. They go like clockwork even after 6 years of use and scratch, they have a couple of crazy (even more impressive than the TTX or the MK2) to scratch the top.

What I like most about this deck:
- The torque of madness
- The perfect finish to any standard
- Its connectivity: no need for the ground wire as on MK2, then plug in the old forgotten Line phono connection!
- The duration of life, platinum indestructible compared to TTX

What I like least:
- As mentioned in a previous comment "power...…
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I use it for 6 years and they have not a single wrinkle snuff.

I have 2 CDJ 1000 and 2 Numark TTX and yet I keep coming back to my Stantons 150 because those are by far the best. They go like clockwork even after 6 years of use and scratch, they have a couple of crazy (even more impressive than the TTX or the MK2) to scratch the top.

What I like most about this deck:
- The torque of madness
- The perfect finish to any standard
- Its connectivity: no need for the ground wire as on MK2, then plug in the old forgotten Line phono connection!
- The duration of life, platinum indestructible compared to TTX

What I like least:
- As mentioned in a previous comment "power button" that is not very well placed
- The weight because it is really heavy compared to TTX if I may compare yet, but the justification is in the frame (steel)

The value for money is great because for the same price as Numark TTX or Technics MK2 you have a much better deck, a view of the finish, engine torque and the duration of life (when compared to a numark).

I would do without free choice, these frames are simply perfect, I do not understand also why people have so much enthusiasm for MK2 Technics or Numark TTX while we here in a product that has nothing to envy them, believe me, it's been 10 years since I mix and I have nothing better to date, if you scratch, throw yourself on it!
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BOOWEL34.7BOOWEL34.7

After teknics there is no better (personal opinion)

Stanton Magnetics ST-150 New LookPublished on 04/07/12 at 01:21
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2 years
yes 5 or 6 pairs of different brands BST numark belt and direct drive
positive characteristic: no sensation passing from - to +
negative feature: no protective cover
very good QPR
with a new choice I contains the same
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  • Manufacturer: Stanton Magnetics
  • Model: ST-150 New Look
  • Category: Turntables
  • Added in our database on: 08/19/2005

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