Product Type: Numark turntables
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Numark Decks (TT1510)
Member Name: Brad Rick
Date: 01/04/01, updated on 17/04/01 (3976 review reads)
Advantages: Great Fun
Disadvantages: Can be expensive
The Numark TT1510 come in Belt and direct drive (direct drive are normally better).
The Numark TT1510 also have Belt drive turntable, a 10% Pitch adjustment which is great for the amount of money you are paying; 33, 45 rpm, a Removable headshell and lid, an Anti-skate control, Strobe indicator, 2 Slipmat included and lastly a Cartridge.
The needles on this product are also not as good as the ones on the market today. This is good because if you are a begginer then they should not break as easiy as they will be stronger. Then as you get better the you can get better and thinner needles.
Also the turn table are also very strong due to the amount of money you have paid. This is not a bad thing because like i have said earlier if you are not use to decks then these turntable will be able to take a lot more. Therefor being more convinient for the begginer because they would not break as easily.
They are a good pair to start with if you do not want to spend a lot of money. These decks can also come in packages, where you get the decks, a mixer and headphones etc. This is all in the price range of around £300. If you pay any lower than this then you are looking at them to be, poor quality or second hand.
Although the cost of paying out for records can also be a lot, and very addictive as you become better. However, to become ‘Super Star DJ’s’ like ‘Kevin and Perry’ you will have to buy many records to vary your selection for the audience.
However, from experience I would say that it is relatively easy to pick up and can become a lot more enjoyable as you get better.
As you become better you can also begin to do sets at parties which in the long run can earn you quite a bit of money. However, this does depend on how good you are and what music you are into.
Advatages of these are:
- Good for beginners as they are easy to use.
- Durable, so if you are a b
egginer they will be a lot stronger due to you not having a fine a touch like real DJ's i.e. EX
- Simple design and functions, therfor easyer for you to learn the basics.
- Can cost a lot.
- May have some faults due to the quality not being as good.
Overall, I would say that Decks are money well spent. I would recommend them to anyone.
Lastly be prepared to spend a lot of time on them if you want to get better (Practice makes Perfect).