“ Manufacturer: Technics / Model: SL-DZ1200 / Direct-Drive Digital Turntable / CD, CD-R/RW, SD Cards, MP3, AAC / MPEG2-AAC/MP3 / 4Hz to 20.000Hz / 100dB (JEITA) / Approximately 1kilo-ohm (Output Impedance) / Digital Pitch Control: +/-8 and +/-16% / 43/8ins x 1239/64ins x 13ins / Full Scratch Capability / SD Card Storage „
the long awaited cd deck from technics is saddly not what it has been hyped up to be. you could be fooled into thinking that a company like technics would be at the forefront when choosing a cd deck and if what you want is deck that looks great and can perform the simple tasks of playing and adjusting pitch then maybe just maybe this deck would be worth a look however look a little closer and play with it a little and it wont be long untill you are dissapointed with its functionality. The main problem is its scratchin and cueing capabilities, considering technics have there own scratchin world championships it is hard to be believe how poor this deck sounds when pulling the platter back and fourth compared with a pioneer cdj or a comparitive denon deck. for the money buy pioneer everytime if you dont have enough then keep saving!
The Technics SL-DZ1200, the worlds first Direct-Drive Digital Turntable, looksand more importantly feelslike spinning wax on a classic 1200. The distinctive slip surface on the 10" platter lets you spin, scratch, break, and otherwise work a track in a number of formats, including CD, MP3 and AAC. Along with its realistic vinyl feel and classic direct drive, the SL-DZ1200 also lets you store, playback, scratch and loop sampled media from a removable SD memory card. About the size of a postage stamp, these cards store all your favorite samples, songseven whole albums. And although they won't ever be able to replace vinyl, they're a whole heck of a lot easier to carry around than a crate of records.