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Stanton T.92 USB Turntable
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A better, smarter way to transfer vinyl to your computer.

The Stanton T.92 USB turntable is an excellent way for DJs or serious record collectors to get their vinyl library transferred to a computer. This professional-quality Stanton turntable features a high-torque, direct-drive motor for the ultimate in stability, as well as USB and S/PDIF outputs for simple connection to your computer or audio interface.

The Stanton T.92 USB Turntable boasts an S-Shaped tone arm for lower distortion and reduced record wear, built-in DSP with keylock for controlling tempo without affecting pitch, and many other advanced features.

Stanton includes music editing software to make archiving massive vinyl record collections onto a Mac or PC an easy process. The software program even gives you the ability to edit and clean up your music files for professional use.

The T.92 USB turntable also comes with the Stanton 500.v3 cartridge for superior audio quality, a custom slipmat for added control, and a dust cover for protection.

Stanton T.92 USB Turntable Features:

  • Professional quality turntable featuring high-torque direct drive motor
    Solid metal chassis for the ultimate in durability
    USB and S/PDIF outputs for easily transferring music from vinyl records to your Mac or PC
    Pitch control fader with DSP keylock so you can change tempo without affecting pitch (selectable range: +/-8%, 12%)
    Includes software for transferring and editing music files
    Includes audiophile-quality Stanton 500.v3 cartridge with headshell, slipmat, and dust cover
    S-Shaped tone arm
    3 playback speeds (33, 45, and 78 RPM) and Quartz Lock
    RCA stereo outputs
    2 Start/Stop switches for mix or battle setup

Stanton T.92 USB Turntable Specifications:

  • Turntable Section
    Frequency response: 30Hz to 20kHz +1/- 2 dB/ RIAA filter
    THD+N: < 0.03% at 1kHz
    S/N Ratio: Line <-65 dB
    Digital output: (S/PDIF) 0.5Vp-p (Load 75 ohms)
    Type: 3-speed full manual
    Motor: 8 pole, 3 phase, brushless DC motor
    Speeds: 33-1/3 and 45, and 78 RPM
    Wow and Flutter: less than 0.15% WRMS (JIS WTD) with 33-1/3 RPM
    Pitch controls: +/- 8%, +/-12%
    Starting Torque: more than 1.6
    Starting time: less than 1 sec with 33-1/3 RPM
    Braking time: less than 1 sec with 33-1/3 RPM
    Braking system: Electronic brake
    Pitch bend: +/- 6%
    Time for speed change: less than 1 sec with 33-1/3 RPM
    Less than 1 sec from 45 to 33-1/3 RPM, Less than 1 sec from 33-1/3 to 78 RPM
    Audio output: Phono/Line output
    USB Functiion: A/D,D/A 16BIT 44.1KHz or 48KHz USB Selectable
    Computer interface: USB 1.1 compliant, Windows XP or Mac OSX

    Tone Arm Section
    Tone arm type: Static balanced S-Shape tonearm for lower distortion and reduced record wear
    Effective arm length: 230.5mm
    Tracking force range: 0-3g
    Applicable cartridge weight: 3-4g

Stanton T.92 USB Turntable

WARRANTY Through Stanton’s authorized dealers around the World, Stanton, or one of Stanton’s authorized distributors outside the U.S., will, without charge, repair or replace, at the sole discretion of the entity responsible for making the repair or providing the replacement, any Stanton merchandise proved defective in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year following the date of original purchase. Exceptions to this warranty are as noted below:   The warranty for mechanical parts which are subject to wear and tear are limited to the earlier to occur of thirty (30) days following the date of original purchase or the following number of cycles: Faders - 15,000; Rotary potentiometers - 10,000; and Switches - 10,000.   Stanton will warrant all replacement parts and repairs for ninety (90) days from the date of original shipment. Repairs made necessary by reason of misuse, alteration, normal wear, or accident are not covered under this warranty.  

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  • Performs well, with some upgrades.

    As reviewed by KEN SMITH on 3/13/2014

    I purchased this turntable because it is the only one in its price range that has three speeds and direct drive with quartz lock. Attaching the platter and adjusting the tonearm couldn't be easier. The unit is solidly constructed and suitably heavy, and the chassis is made of metal instead of plastic. I wasn't expecting to be blown away, but after using it for about a week, I am impressed by transfers I've done with it so far - but I had to "soup it up" before it sounded impressive. First thing: get a better cartridge with an elliptical stylus. The supplied 500 V.3 is an update of the old Stanton 500AL, a limited-fidelity cartridge. It has a conical stylus and requires a minimum of 3 grams of tracking force, but doesn't work properly until you get up around 5 grams. This will ruin your records over time. If you have 78 RPM records, save the 500, get a 78 stylus for it and use it for that. I have three other cartridges, for which I've ordered spare headshells. Second thing: get a better turntable mat. I am using a dense rubber Platter Matter, which does much to reduce transmission of motor vibration to the stylus during play. I can hear the motor working in this turntable, which is odd, but it doesn't show up in recordings, due in part to the rubber mat. The best thing I can say about the internal line level preamp is that it works. I found it to be noisy and lacking in definition, with limited frequency response. I am using the phono out path instead, and have connected to an expensive dedicated phono preamp. I installed a top-of-the-line Stanton 881S cartridge (not made anymore, but revered by enthusiasts and collectors) and now I get great sound and can track at 1.25 grams. I would recommend that you plug this turntable into your stereo receiver with phono input, DJ mixer or an outboard preamp, and bypass the internal preamp altogether. I have not used the SPDIF or USB outputs, and I can't see myself ever wanting to play records backwards. The feature that lets you increase or decrease the tempo of a record without changing its pitch is novel, but I won't be using it, either. Nor will I be using the supplied recording software, as it can't hold a candle to Adobe Audition for recording and restoration. Stanton could do well to make a turntable just like this one without the preamp and reverse and tempo adjustment and probably shave $100 off the price. The only similar turntable on the market near this price point is an Audio Technica LP120, but it is plagued by poor workmanship - many customers received them with warped platters, only one channel working, missing parts etc. The Stanton T.92 has no such problems. It is a decent turntable that, with some upgrades to cartridge and mat that you can make yourself, will meet or exceed your expectations. It is not only a good entry-level turntable for those who want to transfer their records to digital with a quality machine, but also for experienced users. It is light years ahead of those plastic units from other companies. You can pay $150 for a turntable, but why? You get what you pay for. For twice that, you can get this one and be happy with the results. The next level of turntable increases in price by $300. I've given this turntable four stars because it works as advertised, but it has no cue lever to lift the tonearm off the record, or plastic dust cover, just a cloth one.

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    As reviewed by TELSO on 6/27/2011

    I am DJ who started with Technics back in 99', moved on to CDJ's, then to Traktor/MIDI, and recently had the itch to do both Traktor & Vinyl... and all i can say is, THIS IS A GREAT SOLUTION. This table has plenty of torque, and honestly, I don't miss my 1200's (despite thinking I would because I honestly believed that no other table could replace em... but i was dead wrong). Seriously, if you blind folded anyone and had them test both turntables - they would be hardpressed to tell me which one is the technic 1200.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • works as advertised

    As reviewed by Steve225 on 1/6/2010

    I have always appreciated quality stereo equipment and this fits that category. I still have my old Thorens table but figured by the time I bought the software, preamp and a new cartridge I should try this. There was a bit of a learning curve with the software, but now I am 50 conversions in and have picked it up pretty well.The Stanton table is very heavy and solid, the ION's I checked out were plastic and seemed wimpy. The reason I gave it a 4 and not a 5 is the lack of tone arm lift, but it hasn't been a big problem. I would recommend this product and am very happy with it.

    32 of 34 people found this review helpful.
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