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Numark Pro TT2

Turntablefrom the Numark Pro TT series

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FP User's review

By FP User, 31/10/2008
These "features" are all gimmicks.....a turntable has one job, and one job spin a record at a given speed. That's all. Reverse? who cares. Wider pitch range? All a wider pitch range does is make it HARDER to zero in on a certain speed. +/-8% is all you really need, any more or less is not necessary. And that LCD screen is also useless, as the pitch display isn't completely accurate.

On the contrary to the above review, the quality of wiring and circuitry inside the table DOES have something to do with sound quality. After using my Stanton Trackmaster RS cartridges on both my 1200's and the TT-2's, I noticed a decrease in sound clarity and bass extension.

Of course it's easy to use. drop a record, press the start button.

This is obviously another table that has aspired, yet failed, to be a 1200. As with all 1200 wannabes, the platter is much lighter and easier to stop with my index finger (same with PDX-2000's). The chassis is not as durable, and I would be surprised to see this table in ANY club/bar/rave. It's still better than most other junk tables out there, but it IS NO 1200.

I, like many others, found some of the gimmicks fun to mess around with for a little while. But after a few hours of spin/skratch time, I began to doubt the LONG TERM durability of this product. Long after this table sh*ts the bed, my 1200's will still be faithfully doing their job. And 1200's are only $50 more/ piece than these TT-2's. IT IS WORTH THE EXTRA MONEY. If you're gonna drop $800/pair for decks, what's another $100????

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FP User's review

By FP User, 31/10/2008
This turntable has all the features of the standard 1200 but also has a few unique features. like an LCD screen. and a wider range of picth control. also has a reverse function, but who uses that anyway?!

Price paid


sound quality? this is a turntable. the cartridge and needle determine the sound quality.

dead easy to use.

all metal tone arm. appears to have a plastic base.

i love my pair and glad i didnt buy overpriced techs.

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Posted by: Unknown ( 4-, 2002)

Dj Persian's review

By Dj Persian, 12/02/2005
Superb dial jacks with a good engine, several functions (reward, digital pitch screen ...) short super rare platinum has not missed one good pr Dj! Custom 215 Ready Cygnus + cell ortofon cc pro s !!! ;-) Yeah the cooopains:-)

Outstanding Turntable For The Money

By Mike The Country Musicologist, 23/10/2018
I have owned a Numark Pro TT 2 since 2002, using it almost daily, since (It is October, 2018 as I write this). I got mine for a bargain price of $175, including a cartridge, as it had been a display model for a store that was going out of business. I don't do any hip-hop or scratching type stuff with it, I have strictly used it for normal purposes; listening to music, as well as copying several thousand records for burning onto CD's or making MP3's. It's sturdy, reliable, have never had a minute's trouble with it. I have used the Technic turntables at several radio stations I formerly worked at; I'd argue this one is very comparable in performance and quality. I can honestly think of no negatives about this machine!
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Numark Pro TT2 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Numark
  • Model:Pro TT2
  • Series:Pro TT
  • Category:Turntables
  • Added in our database on: 12/30/2002

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