Numark TT250 USB Professional Direct Drive Turntable : Love this, great build quality all you need to

Excellent price/quality factor.

It’s for the home, and it should make immediate impact. . Fight through the smoke screen. This is a home unit that almost exactly matches the pioneer plx-1000 and the original (1973) technics 1200. It has an almost identical arm, motor, and features (not much at all). I suspect when the buyers realize this, it should fly off the shelves. Note: the amazon controls are out of control to show the wrong products being lump together with tt250usb.

Numark TT250 USB Professional Direct Drive Turntable with high-quality magnetic cartridge, aluminum platter & S-shaped tonearm + Mac & PC conversion software included

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  • Quartz-controlled direct drive motor for virtually perfect speed accuracy; instant torque: 2.0 kgfcm
  • S-shaped tonearm ensures precise tracking of record grooves
  • Die-cast aluminium platter for rock-solid stability (.09% wow & flutter)
  • 45 and 33 1/3 rpm speeds and selectable 115/230v operation
  • Converts records to digital files with usb cable connection to computer

A great turntable ,lovely sound,easy set up and good value.

Wow, fantastic turntable had a go of these at a friends house, i used to have a set of 1210s and these are as near as damn it just as good for a fraction of the cost. (apart from the torque, but against a 1200 and it beats it)quality playback no matter what i threw at them and robust enough to take any style of scratching i tried too, i will be buying a pair, because as much as i love my s4 i need the feel of vinyl under my hands again.

Not cheap, but quality product. I was given this for christmas, and it seems to be a very good piece of kit, albeit evidently principally designed for use by djs rather than the domestic user. However, that does mean that it is well put together to withstand being transported. I am playing it through a roberts blutune 100 via an rca/aux adaptor, and the sound is very good, and more than adequate for me, if possibly not quite as good as the better systems or individual components one would have had in the 1970s or 1980s. However, those systems required a lot of space, while today’s rooms are usually far less cluttered. The turntable itself seems of good quality but the stated rrp of £300 plus is obviously far too much for this, and probably never actually charged, and even at the amazon price of £199, i feel that this may be a little much for domestic users who might be tempted to go for audio technica, ,sound labs or sony if looking for anything above budget price but below premium pricing. However, this is direct drive, whereas those are belt drive, so this is a class above them. Real hi-if buffs could fit a superior cartridge as it will apparently take many other brands. It is not all that straightforward to set up, as the tone arm has to be balanced, and is manual rather than automatic, meaning that you have to lower the stylus on to records, and raise it at the end of each side, so you need a good eye, although there is a cueing lever to raise and lower the tone arm. Nevertheless, if you want a robust and good quality turntable, rather than one of the many sub £100 but rather flimsy offerings available, this is well worth consideration.

Numark TT250 USB Professional Direct Drive Turntable with high-quality magnetic cartridge, aluminum platter & S-shaped tonearm + Mac & PC conversion software included : What a great turntable it’s transformed my vinly collection worth every penny .

I bought the tt250 to play my record collection which has been collecting dust over the years. Compared to a lot of the slightly cheaper popular record players on sale at the moment this one looks great. Easy to setup but require some care as you are dealing with sensitive mechanic stuff here (tonearm, cartridge etc). As an owner of a technics sl1200mk2 which the tt250 copy in looks, i was slightly dissapointed in the plastic look of the player, the buttons etc. It can by no means be compared to the sl1200 in build quality but if your budget doesn’t allow for a genuine sl1200 this is not a bad substitute. For me the bonus is the built in phono amplifier delivering a line output which can be plugged in to most modern amplifiers that lack separate phono input and the ability to connect to a computer via usb cable (yet to be tested). Don’t plug this unit into the phono input if you have one as it will damage the circuits in your amplifier (this is clearly pointed out in the manual). The unit comes very well packaged up in a sturdy box. The instructions for assembly of the tonearm-cartridge and setup of balance/needle pressure is good and easy to follow.

Excellent price/quality factor.

Not cheap, but quality product. I was given this for christmas, and it seems to be a very good piece of kit, albeit evidently principally designed for use by djs rather than the domestic user. However, that does mean that it is well put together to withstand being transported. I am playing it through a roberts blutune 100 via an rca/aux adaptor, and the sound is very good, and more than adequate for me, if possibly not quite as good as the better systems or individual components one would have had in the 1970s or 1980s. However, those systems required a lot of space, while today’s rooms are usually far less cluttered. The turntable itself seems of good quality but the stated rrp of £300 plus is obviously far too much for this, and probably never actually charged, and even at the amazon price of £199, i feel that this may be a little much for domestic users who might be tempted to go for audio technica, ,sound labs or sony if looking for anything above budget price but below premium pricing. However, this is direct drive, whereas those are belt drive, so this is a class above them. Real hi-if buffs could fit a superior cartridge as it will apparently take many other brands. It is not all that straightforward to set up, as the tone arm has to be balanced, and is manual rather than automatic, meaning that you have to lower the stylus on to records, and raise it at the end of each side, so you need a good eye, although there is a cueing lever to raise and lower the tone arm. Nevertheless, if you want a robust and good quality turntable, rather than one of the many sub £100 but rather flimsy offerings available, this is well worth consideration.

Easy to set up , sound is acceptable with a decent mixer/ amp and it did come with a dust cover. How ever the power cord could be longer compared to other equipment i have, the slip mat could be thicker and the stylus is okay for normal use but would not recommend it for scratching. Overall not a bad record player for the price.

I bought the tt250 to play my record collection which has been collecting dust over the years. Compared to a lot of the slightly cheaper popular record players on sale at the moment this one looks great. Easy to setup but require some care as you are dealing with sensitive mechanic stuff here (tonearm, cartridge etc). As an owner of a technics sl1200mk2 which the tt250 copy in looks, i was slightly dissapointed in the plastic look of the player, the buttons etc. It can by no means be compared to the sl1200 in build quality but if your budget doesn’t allow for a genuine sl1200 this is not a bad substitute. For me the bonus is the built in phono amplifier delivering a line output which can be plugged in to most modern amplifiers that lack separate phono input and the ability to connect to a computer via usb cable (yet to be tested). Don’t plug this unit into the phono input if you have one as it will damage the circuits in your amplifier (this is clearly pointed out in the manual). The unit comes very well packaged up in a sturdy box. The instructions for assembly of the tonearm-cartridge and setup of balance/needle pressure is good and easy to follow.

Love this, great build quality all you need to. Love this, great build quality all you need to think your a cool 20year old dj, who can only afford one deck.

What a great turntable it’s transformed my vinly collection worth every penny .

A great turntable ,lovely sound,easy set up and good value.

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