Stanton Magnetics T.92 USB

Stanton Magnetics T.92 USB

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T.92 USB, Turntable from Stanton Magnetics.

2 user reviews
Prices starting at $519 Average price: $519

Stanton Magnetics T.92 USB tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Stanton Magnetics
  • Model: T.92 USB
  • Category: Turntables
  • Added in our database on: 03/12/2009

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Stanton Magnetics T.92 USB user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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JimboSpins's review"Change the tempo without changing the pitch"

Stanton Magnetics T.92 USB
The Stanton T.92 USB is a battle style turntable with a high torque motor. It does have a USB output and comes with all of the connections you need to get your sound out to your audio source or even your computer. The Stanton T.92 USB comes with an (S) shaped arm that will give you low distortion and high sound quality. The Stanton T.92 USB is the ultimate battle style turntable, when you purchase this turntable you will also get your RCA cables, USB cables, slip mat, Cakewalk LE, and a dust cover. The T.92 is truly ready right out of the box to battle or to do your mixes with.
The T.92 does have a pitch control fader that will let you change the tempo of a record without changing the pitch, which is crucial for a battle style DJ to have in his arsenal. The T.92 by Stanton is very rugged as well, it will last you a long time and you can take it with your wherever you go and not have to worry about it getting damaged.

There are no digital inputs on the back of the T.92 but it has 1 digital output S/PDIF. The weight of the turntable is about 20 pounds which surprised me, but that is good because it lets you know that it is made out of solid heavy material that will last you a long time. The T.92 by Numark is the perfect turntable for the battle scene, and the club/performer scene. I have been using this turntable for 2 to 3 years and nothing has ever broke or went down on me. I will continue to use it until it just doesn’t work anymore, which I don’t see happening for a very long time. I have used many other models from Stanton and various other companies but this one has for some reason remained one of my favorite and most used turntable.


Moksha.Project's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A little less than a year and no problem"

Stanton Magnetics T.92 USB
How long have you use it?

A little less than a year, bought a mixed start and recorded my vinyl.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?

The +: His pitch was 12, which allows me to have a wide range of different sounds bpm.
Changed the tempo without changing the mix to grace the touch key lock. Not bad for vinyl with voice, like a good reggae tempo is accelerated but the voice does not change (unlike if the pitch change).
The tray is heavy, it is not a toy platinum, its torque also allows the quick launch it this one.
Direct drive (I mix coded time too, so I see the bpm on traktor, it does not shift, or at least it is as accurate as the mk2.)

the -: With less than a year, the start button is blocked once, maybe in the long run it will freeze +.
Also rather poor USB function is not great, high quality recording.
I did not come out, she stays with me so I do not know in the long run if it is really solid as the mk2.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Technics sl 1200 mk2, I still mix with (a must!)

How would you rate the quality / price?
Pretty good after as I repeat this is not even a year. For mixed as a beginner, it is rather difficult (to train already there have no worries.)

With experience, you do again this choice?
I had taken the base also for my vinyl sampler thanks to its USB function. Maybe in the 300th ago the price of its ptite a card inside, but the quality is blah (via my traktor scratch a6, the sound quality is much better), so probably if I resells I take quality over the 150 st no doubt, but staying at stanton (heavy torque, direct drive pitch that can go very high and very low, and not as expensive as in M5G of technics).

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