Product Type: Technics turntables
Newest Review: ... have the technics- so don't get to rely on a feature that you might miss if you have to play on Technics. For this reason most people wil... more
Good but old!!!!
Member Name: dry7gam
Date: 24/02/02, updated on 24/02/02 (470 review reads)
Advantages: reliable, powerful, popular
Disadvantages: no extra features, looks
I have been using the famous technics for a fair old while now. Working as a DJ, if somewhere doesn't have them, they aren't taken seriously.
They start when you press the button, they stop when you press the button, and they go faster or slower as you twiddle the lever, and thats it. I have no real complaints with the technics and they have been around for donkey's years, but there isn't anything flashy about them. If I was to be on the lookout for a new set of decks now, my first port of call would be the new breed of vestax, with more bells and whistles. A cheep pair of second hand technics are as reliable as a you could want, but for the same money, vestax have more torque, more functions and have they cool look. The technics have lasted though and their reliability can't be questioned- something that can't be compared with the new breed of decks.
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