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Stanton T62 Direct-Drive Turntable

February 8, 2014 - Comment

An easy to operate, direct drive turntable perfect for DJs of any style or experience level.  Based on the Stanton Best Selling Favorite, the T60, the T62 is an easy to operate, direct drive turntable perfect for DJs of any style or experience level. The T62 features a powerful motor with strong torque and a

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An easy to operate, direct drive turntable perfect for DJs of any style or experience level. 

Based on the Stanton Best Selling Favorite, the T60, the T62 is an easy to operate, direct drive turntable perfect for DJs of any style or experience level. The T62 features a powerful motor with strong torque and a straight tone arm, which provides superior tracking capability for scratch DJs. The T62 also comes equipped with the legendary Stanton 500.v3 cartridge and a high quality slipmat for added control… offering the perfect set-up for optimum performance.

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Professional Quality Turntable
The T.62 is a sturdy, professional-quality turntable, with a high-torque, direct-drive motor and two available playback speeds (33 and 45 RPM).

Two Start/Stop Switches

Stanton T62 Start/Stop Switches

Two start/stop switches for battle/mix setups.

Pitch Control

Stanton T62 Pitch Control Fader

Pitch control fader with a range of +/-10%.

Straight Tone Arm
The straight tone arm improves tracking, which is ideal for scratching.

RCA Outputs
The T.62 features standard RCA stereo outputs.

Accessories Included
Accessories include RCA Cables, Slip Mat, and Dust Cover.

What’s in the Box
Stanton T.62 Turntable With 500.v3 Cartridge, RCA Cables, Slip Mat, Dust Cover, User’s Manual

Product Features

  • Straight Tone Arm Improves Tracking for Scratching
  • Includes Quality Stanton 500.v3 Cartridge Pre-mounted on Headshell
  • 2 Playback Speeds (33 or 45 RPM)
  • 2 Start/Stop Switches for Mix or Battle Setup
  • RCA Stereo Outputs

Comments

A. Hoffman says:

staton t62 direct drive turntable This turntable is great and the sound quality exceeded my expectations. This table has decent torque but if you are into scratching you might need a better slipmat or put a piece of wax paper under the included slipmat, as the stock slipmat tends to have a tad too much friction to overcome. I use this table for general listening and am very pleased with the sound quality using this table in combination with a behringer phono preamp and a Teac reference series receiver. The table has plenty of torque to clean your records with a carbon fibre brush and seems to be slightly more powerful than a Technics sl-17000 mk1 that my father owns. The included 500v3 cartridge sounds great with very low surface noise and tracks great at 3 grams (recommended range is 2-5 grams). This table has a ground cable which works well as there are no humming or buzzing noises. Sound quality is very clear and while the platter itself is fairly lightweight the slipmat helps dampen it and I don’t hear any…

Jayme L. Lehman says:

I Like Stan After reading hundreds of reviews here on amazon and also on new egg, my brothers and I settled on this turntable as a gift for our father. What led us to decide on this particular model was that it is a direct drive (no belts!!), it is made of quality materials, the reasonable price, and it is a straight-forward turntable. No ipod docks, no fancy shmancy DJ hook-ups, no weird, cheap plastic pieces. Do take note that this particular model tends to sell out quickly once amazon receives it, but unlike some others which can take up to three months to ship, Stan will be on his way to you as soon as you purchase it, and they do restock within a month or so. We had no trouble assembling the turntable, just put the pieces in their places. There were instructions included, but we didn’t really need them. The audio cables that come with it are pretty short though, so if your other audio equipment is more than three feet away, be prepared to find some other cables. One of the…

Todd Poehl says:

I will never go back to CDs 0

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