Numark PT-01USB Touring

  • 3-speed (33, 45 and 78 RPM) portable suitcase-style turntable
  • Self-contained design with built-in speakers
  • 45 RPM adapter included
  • USB port and EZ Vinyl/Tape conversion software for archiving vinyl to your computer
  • Item no.: N103524

    Pioneer PLX-500 (Black) Direct Drive Turntable (Black)

    • Cover art display
    • USB port
    • Excellent sound design
    • S-shaped tone arm
    Item no.: PLX-500-K

    Direct Drive Turntable (White)

    • Cover art display
    • USB port
    • Excellent sound design
    • S-shaped tone arm
    Item no.: PLX-500-W

    Denon DJ VL12PRIME

  • Isolation feet eliminate unwanted vibration and feedback
  • Highest-in-industry 5kgf/cm torque on High setting
  • Innovative easy grip/brake chamfered platter redefines tactile DJ touch
  • Isolated motor design, for optimal signal-to-noise ratio
  • Item no.: DN104227

    Pioneer PLX-1000 Turntable

    • 3-phase, brushless DC motor
    • Excellent sound design
    • Universal type S-shape tone arm
    • Flexible connectivity
    Item no.: PLX-1000


  • Full 12-inch control acrylic with motorized platter to control playback
  • Traditional, familiar turntable layout?no need to learn something new
  • Strip Search with 8 hot-cue-triggers access
  • 5.0 kfcm high-torque motor with high/low torque adjust for more traditional setups
  • Item no.: RN105208
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    Deejeying as we know it today arose with the invention of the LP in 1948. Before MP3 and CDs, turntables were the only available medium to store music on. Their influence has been so big that nowadays more and more DJs start using them again. 

    They are usually sorted into two groups: belt driven and direct driven turntables. A direct driven turntable?s motor axle is, at the same time, the turntable's axle. This means that during e.g. scratching, motor sounds might be heard. Their big advantage, however, is their durability. A belt driven turntable?s motor movement on the other hand is transferred onto the turntable itself via a rubber strap. This minimises unwanted vibrations. But their big disadvantage is that when you are externally moving the vinyl, the rubber strap can slip. It is therefore not suited for all types of Deejaying.

    So before buying one, really consider what you ultimately want to do with them.