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  1. #1

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    Stanton ST 150 MK2



    These are my favourite looking decks so sexy and I do own first Generation MRk1's the grey ones what are the best ones will that what people say online.

    Am in two minds about buying these as I would like to buy 3rd turntable and that would be a Technic. Take my mixing to a whole different level

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    Stanton 150 mk2 turntable weight - Google Search

    If you look on on the right handside you can see the Reviews people have wrote and they are totally loving these new Stanton ST 150 MK2 turntable . So if you want a brand new Turntable I think theses are ones to consider.

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    Every review i've read and watched has slated these.

    They aren't the same quality as the originals, they're too light, not built to the same quality and no turntablist would touch one with a bargepole.

    Shame they've let themselves go as i'm still rocking a STR8.150 that I bought to replace a busted 1210 about 8-10 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiglo View Post
    Every review i've read and watched has slated these.

    They aren't the same quality as the originals, they're too light, not built to the same quality and no turntablist would touch one with a bargepole.

    Shame they've let themselves go as i'm still rocking a STR8.150 that I bought to replace a busted 1210 about 8-10 years ago.
    I still have the first genration ones the grey ones the first ones they built, they bought out a second addition what was in blue and they are not as good as the grey ones, am glad you told me about the bad reviews and I will stay clear of them am very happy with my turntables.


    Am not sure if them being lighter is a bad thing these are way to heavey and I don't think they shaved of to much weight but the good thing about the old ones if you accidently jog them it don't affect you mixing you would need a lorriy to move them and the torque on the old ones is just phenomenal.

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    Stanton Releases Lighter Weight ST.150 M2 and STR8.150 M2 Turntables


    I found this review and I read nothing that suggest they are rubbish.

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    https://djbooth.net/pro-audio/stanto...150-and-st-150

    Here is review on the mrk1's but I think we have already established they are good.

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    http://hearthemusic.us/stanton-st-150-turntable-review/


    Here is another review of the Stanton mk2 and they give them a good review as well.


    And I have read real reviews buy real people who have purchased them and they get good reviews.

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    https://djguider.com/top-5-professio...tables-of-2019

    And in this review this guy rates the mrk 1's as his all time favourite turntables.

    Am going to shut up about this now this will be the last review I post

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    Found this bit of information today

    Stanto 150 Wow & Flutter Less than 0.1% WRMS

    1200MKII wow & flutter 0.01% WRMS

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    I bought a pair brand new in December 2017.

    Excellent deck, but I just could not get used to them - they were just “different” to use compared to 1210s.

    One deck also kept dropping one channel (my mate has them at the minute, and its still doing it ....... it’s off for fault finding soon hopefully).

    I bought a set of refurbished 1210s!

    Nice deck, but I prefer the 1210s even though they aren’t new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marty View Post
    I bought a pair brand new in December 2017.

    Excellent deck, but I just could not get used to them - they were just “different” to use compared to 1210s.

    One deck also kept dropping one channel (my mate has them at the minute, and its still doing it ....... it’s off for fault finding soon hopefully).

    I bought a set of refurbished 1210s!

    Nice deck, but I prefer the 1210s even though they aren’t new.
    You would of bought the 2nd generation of the mk1 I have 1st genration of the mk1 the grey one it's a better turntable, they do take time to get use to if your been use to the 1210s,

    And the other way around, people have said if they have been use to the Stanton and then used the technics they had found them hard to use.

    I can get them to mix perfectly with house garage is a bit more tricky but that's only because it's harder to mix.

    The trick with the stantons is to use the platter as they have so much torque. Put your finger on it works perfectly for me.

    I learnt to mix on Technics 1210s back in the 90's , brand new out of the box. I owned my first pair in 1998 before that I had belt drives.

    I had sold Technics in 2001 and did not do any more mixing until about 2017 on turntables. This is all fresh to me the collecting of records and mixing and I am cracking on a bit in age now.

    I meet a guy recently when I was viewing houses, he was in his early 50's and had just bought his first set of turntables, am in my early forty's.
    Last edited by gregsta; 1st August 2019 at 08:50 AM.

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