The Stanton T.60X Direct-Drive Turntable has a powerful direct-drive motor with plenty of torque, a straight tone arm ideal for skratching, two start/stop switches for mix or battle, a pitch control s... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Stanton T.60X Direct-Drive Turntable has a powerful direct-drive motor with plenty of torque, a straight tone arm ideal for skratching, two start/stop switches for mix or battle, a pitch control slider with ±10% adjustment, 33 and 45rpm speeds, two RCA outputs (cable included) and ground connector, and a removable target light. Comes with slipmat and cloth dust cover.
Affordable direct-drive turntable with eye-catching design
Straight tone arm for superior tracking when skratching
2 start/stop switches for mix or battle setup
Pitch control slider with ±10% adjustment
2 playback speeds: 33 or 45rpm
2 RCA outputs (cable included) and ground connector
Includes slipmat and cloth dust cover
Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz ±1dB
THD+N: < 0.01% at 1kHz
S/N ratio: <-65 dB
Type: 2-speed full manual
Motor: 8 pole, 3 phase, brushless DC motor
Driving method: direct drive
Speeds: 33-1/3 and 45rpm
Wow and Flutter: less than 0.15% WRMS (JIS WTD) with 33-1/3rpm
Pitch controls: ±10%
Starting time: Less than 1 sec with 33-1/3rpm
Braking time: Less than 1 sec with 33-1/3rpm
Time for speed change: Less than 1 sec with 33-1/3rpm, less than 1 sec from 45 to 33-1/3rpm
Audio output: phono
Tone arm type: static balanced straight tone arm with cardan's suspension
Effective arm length: 191mm
Tracking force range: 0-4g
Applicable cartridge weight: 6-10g
Reviewed by 4 customers
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This Stanton T.60X turntable performs admirably. No audible rumble or wow....nice assortment of controls...apparently durable construction. However there is one major flaw. The tone arm is way too short. This turntable should be made available with a choice which would allow purchase with a longer, perhaps the S-curved, tone arm to reduce tracking error. With this short tone arm tracking error is severe and may, in fact, lead to me getting rid of the turntable and looking for something with a longer arm.....unless I can persuade Stanton to sell me a better tone arm to replace this inadequate one. Except for the tone arm this is a fine unit.
A few days ago I replaced a horrid Gemini turntable with the T60X. This table has exceeded my expectations beyond words. Torque is good (especially if you ditch the supplied slipmat and add some wax paper) and it *doesn't skip* when scratching. The target light is an LED. Stanton is doing a great job with many of their products. Cons? I wish they would include a metal 45 RPM adapter and a place to store the target light when detached.
Not really enough torque, but I just use waxpaper underneath the slipmat. Vibrations don't seem to be transferred from the turntable/surface it's sitting on to the platter as much as my STR8-30. Though, it seems really similar to the SRT8-30. I bought a Shure M44G needle, and it sounds nice.
I bought this table with a technics thinking I could get by until I raised the money for another technics and boy did I make a $150 mistake. This table is god awful. It has no motor power or torque what so ever. Its tone arm, buttons, and pitch control are flimsy and cheap. If you are a DJ, or learning to DJ, DO NOT GET THIS! Its a cheap piece of junk. Save up for a technics. I have one. They are great wether you are just starting or have been in the game for a long time.