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New T Series Turntables from Stanton

Tuesday March 08, 2005
Stanton has announced their new T-Series turntables. The T-Series includes the new top of the line T.120 and T.120C turntables as well as the new T.80, T.60 and T.50. All of Stanton's new turntables will be available through authorized Stanton retailers...
New T Series Turntables from Stanton

Stanton has announced their new T-Series turntables. The T-Series includes the new top of the line T.120 and T.120C turntables as well as the new T.80, T.60 and T.50. All of Stanton's new turntables will be available through authorized Stanton retailers.

Each of the five new Stanton turntables offers specific features that appeal to different DJ applications and levels of experience. Designed for professional DJs, the T.120 (straight arm) and T.120C (curve arm) offer a strong direct drive motor (pushing out 4.5 Kgf-cm of torque). Features of the T.120 and T.120C include dual Start/Stop buttons and Reverse button, Start/Brake speed adjust controls, Motor Off feature, selectable pitch control with quartz lock, and more. The new turntables also feature a new aluminum industrial design.

The Stanton T.80 brings futuristic looks and digital technology together in a turntable with a powerful direct-drive motor. Several features of the T.80 are unique, like its built-in Key Lock that allows DJs to adjust the tempo of a record without affecting pitch. The turntable's S/PDIF digital output makes the T.80 great for archiving vinyl or for use with a digital mixer.

The T.60 is Stanton's most affordable direct drive turntable. It features a straight tone arm ideal for scratching, plus two Start/Stop switches, a pitch control slider and removable target light. The T.50 is an entry-level belt drive model that features a skip-resistant straight tone arm, two Start/Stop switches, a pitch control slider and removable target light.

For more information, visit their web site at www.stantondj.com

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