Stanton ST100 TurnTables

ST100

Stanton ST100 High Torque Turntable

User Reviews (2)

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Cliff   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 01, 2003]
Strength:

Straight Tone-arm nearly eliminates skipping. Also reverse play capabalities gives a new dimension and creativity to scratching.

Weakness:

The right turntable power button gets lost in the way of the mixer if using the now standard sideways set up. Not having dust covers is a minor issue but to know that other Stanton packages like the Platinum packs include dust covers on their turntables isn't a good thing as they are considered the lower model tables.

I got to admit, after barely trying these turntables out I am very impressed. No, these are definitely not 1200's but I'll tell you what it can be the closes thing. With some newer features of course. If you want something that's affordable and can still do the job, I highly recommend these.

Similar Products Used: Technics 1200
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
scswickman   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 14, 2003]
Strength:

Handles warped LPs amazingly. Arm just refuses to skip. Built like a brick shoothouse. Nice to look at, nice to use.

Weakness:

Like most DJ catering tables, no auto stop. No standard dust cover (but why would you want to cover such a nice-looking piece of machinery anyways?

Turntable is comparable in play quality and durability to the reference standard "Tech 12", but at about $150.00 less. Additionally, the Stanton has some features absent from the Technics model, namely a full digital output (for recording CDs directly from the table) and 33/45/78 handling. Aesthetically, the Stanton is hard to beat. All-in-all, a great unit.

Similar Products Used: Tech 12. Cheapies from Pioneer, Sony, etc.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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