DJ Premier:Turntables vs. Serato

Seems to be a standard today to use Serato, but is it better than using good ol’ fashioned Turntables. Primo ways in:

Evolution of the Turntable

"Not your Daddy's Turntable"

This isn’t your Daddy’s turntables. Though we live in a time of Mac and Serato DJs, the traditional turntable will always be the “truest” form of mixing. Here is a way to move some of you more stubborn djs into the future. At least in look. Here are the specs:

Turntable
• Chassis available in matt black, glossy black, red and white
• A quiet running synchronous motor with a two-step pulley drives the platter’s outside edge via a rubber belt.
• The drive motor is isolated on its own platform and completely decoupled from the plinth to eliminate vibration transmission.
• The resonance-optimised platter is made of medium density fibre.
• A inverted, chrome-plated stainless-steel axle runs on a polished metal ball in a sintered bronze bearing housing.
• Connection to the phono input of the amplifier can be made with connecting cables of your taste through the gold plated phono sockets and earth screw.
• External power supply avoids potential electro-mechanical interference.

The price is right too. At least you won’t have to put a quarter on that needle anymore (shrugs).

Visit http://www.project-audio.com for more.