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The Stanton STX portable turntable.
Designed strictly for 7" records. (Does not play 12" records)
The Stanton STX is a mobile, compact and portable turntable equipped with a factory-installed Innofader Nano mini crossfader. Designed to last over 4 million cycles, this extremely smooth fader can be easily switched between left and right positions to accommodate both left- and right-handed scratch styles.
The independent crossfader cut-in and curve knobs provide an unmatched level of crossfader customization, allowing DJs to precisely calibrate the crossfader to their own style.
Performing with beats and loops is so easy. Just connect a smartphone wirelessly via Bluetooth or via the jack stereo input and you're ready to track to your tunes. The USB port with one-touch recording makes it quick and easy to record high-quality audio, while the stereo RCA outputs allow you to connect external mixers and speakers for live performances.
The most popular and useful features Inspired by the modding scene are already included in the STX, including a start/stop button, built-in speaker, and pitch slider with ultra pitch selector.
Included with the STX are high-quality, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that provide enough power for hours of portable use. The batteries can be easily recharged by connecting the unit to a computer or power adapter via the USB-C input.
To top it all off, the lockable lid also acts as a stackable, lockable base that brings the STX to standard turntable height.
Stock fader calibration instructions can be found here.
Want to increase your fader performance? Get the JDDX2R-SX.
The reviews of this product looked good but I wasn't sure of what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised. The unit is well featured and seems sturdy. Output of the speaker is sufficient and if you want more bass you can always hook up to something external. USB record is a great feature but do keep in mind the type of USB device you use and it's format (I could not get a 64GB USB drive to work but a 16GB USB drive in FAT32 was fine).
It's a lot of fun to be able to noodle on some scratches anywhere, anytime.