Getting into DJing via the vinyl route is expensive. Single turntables are costing more than a whole controller does. So Epsilon Pro’s Inno-Propak is a welcome antidote, with a pair of high torque DJT-1300 USB turntables and a mini-Innofader equipped Inno-Mix 2 mixer for just $799.
Pioneer takes it back to the times before they changed everything with the CDJs. The PLX-1000 turntable is their take on the classic Technics.
before we draw a line under the topic of the Technics petition, let’s take a look at the poll results and see how they possibly translate to reality.
Turntables are normally used for playing other people’s art. But as Robert Howare shows, they can also be used to create their own turntable art.
A call for a Technics 1200 revival has been made. But just how realistic is it? Craig Reeves gathers together industry intelligence to find out.
Missing Technics? There’s a petition for that. And we ask some questions to see just how much you really do miss the iconic turntable brand.
Vinyl records house a filthy secret, and you make it worse whenever you lick your fingers. Say hello to the icky grime that is handruff.
Vestax is known for left field thinking. And their new Vesta Audio ACT-X100 turntable falls into that category. Calm down — it’s not for DJing with.
Another day, another story about turntables. This time, it’s an update to the DJ Tech LF-12. First seen at NAMM, it’s coming out really soon.
After Qbert’s loose-lipped gaffe in the DJ City video, the secret Pioneer turntable project was preemptively outed. But now it’s properly out there.