Tag: Numark

Meet Numark’s Portable Scratch Turntable

The PT01 Scratch will be Numark’s latest addition to its turntable line, specifically designed for turntablists on the go. Harness your inner Grandmaster Flash (I’ve been binging Netflix’ The Get Down for a few days now), with this portable deck, complete with internal crossfader and built in speaker system. Aside from those features, the PT01 Scratch also holds the ability to maintain stylus/record contact even when turned upside down or sideways, allowing for street side, on the knee style scratching. The PT01 Scratch runs on 6xD Batteries, allows uploading for audio via USB, and features a “Scratch Switch,” which substitutes ... Read more

STEMS Supported 8-Deck Mixing Is Now A Reality

For the DJ who dreams of digitally spinning on 8 decks with full STEMS support, your time is now. Speaking in analogue terms, DJing has long been a 2 turntable affair with some notable exceptions coming in the form of 3 or 4 deck mixing by the likes of Carl Cox, Jeff Mills, etc, while its digital counterpart largely centers around 4 deck mixing. But, now, Mixed in Key has released the Flow 8 and, as the name suggests, users are able to mix 8 audio tracks on its digital interface. This is the first time such capability has been offered ... Read more

Numark Rolls Out An Affordable, Technics Inspired New Turntable

With a platter, layout and S-shaped tonearm nearly identical in design to those of the no-longer-in-production Technics SL1200, Numark has unveiled their latest turntable, the TT250USB. Described as a “top-flight” piece of gear by the company, it’s affordable €279,00 (suggested) price tag will not pain the wallet as much as a vintage Technics or the, similar styled, Pioneer PLX-1000. According to Numark, the TT250USB’s quartz-controlled motor delivers virtually perfect speed accuracy when playing back records, and its high-torque motor and heavy cast-aluminum platter provide the ideal amount of resistance and feel for scratching effects. “This is the ideal turntable for demanding turntablists,” said Numark Marketing Manager, Karl ... Read more