Written on: 22/07/2003 by Scott Jaye.
- Adjustable arm base
- S-arm Tone Arm
- Pitch Bend -8 to +8
- High Torque motor
- Quartz Lock Accurcy @ 0 % Pitch
A highly robust and durable turntable, an industry standard and a must for DJ's in the professional field of mixing records on vinyl. The platter is very sturdy and you could put a hoochie mama on it and would still go round!
SL1200's and SL1210's have no difference except the colour of the turntable and both have the same working parts inside too.
Both turtables have the feature of 33 or 45 RPM for the speed of the record.
For the beginner of the experience of the technics deck, the platter will seem heavy when cueing up records to start with, but as time progresses, the begginer will get used to the platter in time.
Value for money?
Not bad, priced around £349 in the UK for just one deck but most dealers do deals with pairs.With the MK IV out with 78 RPM and reverse platter feature, I'll think I'll stick to me old faithfull 1210's m8.
Scott 'the masta' jaye sheffield-live.co.uk (Internetradio)
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