While my timeline is populated with pictures of faders glued to portable turntables, this concept called the 7″ Portable Scratcher looks the business.
We all like a bit of cutting, so watch Matt from Reloop UK talk and DJ Angelo scratch on the RP-8000 Straight on our demo stage at BPM 2015.
At IFA 2015, Technics announces that they’re working on a turntable. And this is how far they’ve got — early days then. A tonearm might improve things.
I have no idea just how people manage to break turntables, but it happens. And the ICE headshell should help them out in a dire emergency.
The relaunched Record Runner will bring a smile to your face while you panic about the thing falling over and trashing your vinyl. It doesn’t BTW.
DJ Daylate has sent us his ideas for the perfect Pioneer DJ and rekordbox turntable. The PLX-1100 mockup has lots of cool ideas. But what do you think?
Technics might be over, but that doesn’t stop clever people making old Technics better. The SL-DZ1200 has been modded into a 10″ turntable by DJ J-Tek.
Numark hauls itself aboard the turntable gravy train. But instead of nextlevelness, the TT250USB turntable is a simple box ticker, the biggest being price.
Pioneer DJ continues to plug gaps in their one-stop shop. Designed with Nagaoka, the PC-X10 is their own DJ cartridge for the PLX-1000 turntable.
In a clear case of when worlds collide, Viny’ Lourd Son decided to hack expensive DJ gear into a format that makes them into much more of a visual performance instrument. The result is the Scratchocaster, a Rane/Vestax decktar or something.