Submitted by LeadFlagon 08-03-2008 @ 16:21
Stanton

Model : ST.150

Brand : Stanton
Brand website :  www.stantondj.com

Category : Turntables

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Stanton ST.150 Turntables

In creating this ST.150 (Curved Arm) and the Stanton STR8.150 (Straight Arm), Stanton went back to basics and re-engineered everything. These 'no nonsense' turntables have everything professional DJs need, and nothing they don't. That's why the ST.150 (standard S shaped tone arm) and STR8.150 (skip-proof straight tone arm) are built first, and foremost with quality in mind. Both models offer durable construction designed to minimize feedback, industry-leading torque motor - up to 4.5 Kgf-cm, and an ultra-stable platter and tone arm.

Features

feature World's Strongest Torque Motor (4.5 Kgf-cm)
feature Heavy Duty Steel Construction
feature Ultra Stable Platter and Tone Arm
feature Start/Brake Speed Adjustment
feature Digital Output [S/PDIF] Plug straight into CD-R or computer sound card
feature Key Correction
feature Selectable Phono or Line Output (Key correction works on line output only)
feature Dual Start/Stop Buttons
feature Height Adjustable Tone Arm
feature Reverse Play
feature 3 speeds [33,45,78]
feature Quartz Lock
feature Selectable pitch control [+/-8%,+/-25%,+/-50%]
feature Motor Off Feature
feature Removable Target Light
feature Adjustable Feet
feature Includes slipmat and 'L' shaped cables
feature Includes Stanton 680HP cartridge mounted on headshell
feature Turntable Platter 332 mm diameter Aluminum die-cast

Specifications

feature Starting Torque More than 4.5kgf.com
feature Motor Direct Drive/16pole, 3phase, brushless DC motor
feature Braking System Electronic brake

feature Pitch Controls +/-8%, +/-25%, +/-50%

feature Wow & Flutter Less than 0.1% WRMS (JIS WTD) with 33 1/3rpm
feature S/N Ratio More than 60dB
feature Channel Separation More than 15 dB

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Flagrichard_35 wrote on 29-11-2013 @ 10:10
Hello,

The missing information is the problem with this deck, i have two of them, the heavy weight of the table is 'placed'in the metal upperdeck, instead of the underdeck, which is the standard oem-plate, so in combination with the ruberized feet, it gets quite fast unstable.
That's why i tighten all four feet and use hard plastic to set the deck flat, which ain't have to be a lot if your underground is allready set horizontal.
It's too bad they didn't used some extra weight in the lower deck, instead of everything i the upperdeck.
And with most oem-turntables, i'm still amazed that they are deliverd with a non calibrate tonearm and you have to do that yourself.
I have replaced some cheap parts on the deck, like the pre-amp of the line out and the ic's which are used for the powersuppl of the motor, replaced for a couple with more overhead and a larder coolingblock. But that ain't really a 'have to do'thing.... Only when recording the records i'd like to have a clean sound. Scratching goes perfectly, using the 44-7 and qbert and lately i mostly use analogue and the seldom skip.

I like the standard 680.v3 on a headshell where it comes with. Sounds very clear and it's not some cheapass unit, which often comes with a unit.
Looks are nice and with a suzuki slipmat it's a nice scratch table. I bought both for 380euro's a piece, which is a bargain...
Personally i think the 599euro's where it's often sold for a too high price, cause it's just another oem and i've had a synq oem, which also did the job fine...same torque,engine,tonearm,enz...Only without a digital output, but the a/d converter is also cheap in the stanton, s why use it....

It's a great looking deck....

gr.richard
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