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Stanton T.92 USB


$299.00 Released March, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Includes a high-quality cartridge and stylus. Turntable platter has a lot of mass, keeps it consistent. Counterweight and anti-skating controls work perfectly, well designed.

The Cons:No leveling controls, has to be handled externally. Included software isn't very useful or feature-rich. Included USB cable is pretty short, need to have a laptop right next to the unit.

The Stanton T.92 USB is a direct-drive turntable. While using the same general design and software as the Stanton T.55 USB, a number of new features have been added and a high-torque direct-drive motor is now being used.

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In addition to the USB output, the RCA outputs can be switched between phono and line modes, and S/PDIF outputs are available as well. The pitch control fader also offers a DSP Key Lock option, which allows the tempo to be changed without the pitch being affected. An S-Shaped Tone Arm is now used to reduce distortion for a clearer, higher quality sound. This is aided by a pre-mounted Stanton 500.v3 Cartridge, used specifically for improved sound quality. The drive motor has 3 default playback speeds of 33, 45, and 78 RPM in addition to a Quartz Lock.

Features

  • Direct-Drive turntable
  • USB and S/PDIF outputs
  • RCA Stereo Outputs (Phono / Line Switchable)
  • S-Shaped Tone Arm
  • 3 Playback Speeds (33, 45, and 78 RPM) and Quartz Lock
  • 2 Start/Stop Switches for Mix or Battle Setup
  • Pitch Control Fader with DSP Key Lock (+/- 8% or 12% Adjustment)
  • Accessories include RCA Cables, Slip Mat, and Dust Cover
  • Includes Stanton 500.v3 Cartridge Pre-mounted on Headshell
  • Includes Cakewalk Pyro Audio Creator LE music and sound editing software

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    includes a high-quality cartridge and stylus

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    turntable platter has a lot of mass, keeps it consistent

  • 1

    counterweight and anti-skating controls work perfectly, well designed

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    USB output is high definition and reliable

  • 1

    pitch control and strobe are responsive and precise

Cons
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    no leveling controls, has to be handled externally

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    included software isn't very useful or feature-rich

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    included USB cable is pretty short, need to have a laptop right next to the unit

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