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Homemix TT500M Belt Drive Turntable Kit only £95.39 @ Amazon

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Excellent price for this bit of kit. Selling around £160+ elsewhere and even 2nd hand / refurbished models are £100+. Also has fab reviews.

The TT500M belt drive turntable kit comprises of 2 x TT 500 turntables and 1 x MIX3 professional DJ mixer. The turntables come copmlete with aluminium platters . 2 x cartridges also supplied along with closed ear design headphones. 55 mm crossfader. Line and phono inputs. Headphone and microphone connections.

This great looking DJ kit is perfect for people looking to get into mixing. The kit comes complete with 2 decks, slipmats, needles, mixer and headphones. The TT500m has received some great reviews and is a quality piece of kit for both mixing and scratching. All you need to do is hook it up to your amp and your away. This item is 100% brand new in perfect condition. It would make a great present or why not treat yourself.

Box Contains
2 x TT-500 belt drive turntables
1 x MIX3 professional DJ mixer
2 x Aluminium platter
2 x Headshell
2 x 45 RPM adapter
9V AC Adapter for MIX3
2 x Counterveight
2 x Slipmat
1 x Headphones
Instructiion manual

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All Comments (4)

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    juicestop
    Good find OP, 5 star reviews on Amazon, heat added.
    EastLondon
    Better to get some used direct drive numarks off ebay than learning on belt drives.The feel of the platter when using these for mixing is nothing like the constant force from direct drives.

    Cheap though have to say that.
    watson44
    EastLondon
    Better to get some used direct drive numarks off ebay than learning on belt drives.The feel of the platter when using these for mixing is nothing like the constant force from direct drives.

    Cheap though have to say that.


    had the same thought, but belt drive does have some benefits over direct drive...

    Direct-drive turntables may suffer from vibration due to the motor. This is less of an issue for belt-drive turntables. However, in recent years, shock-absorbing (less dense) material, placed between the motor and platter, has been used to cut back on vibrations. The torque on direct-drive turntables is usually much higher than on belt drive models. This means the platter speed is less susceptible to outside forces (stylus, hand). Higher torque also means the platter will accelerate to its proper speed faster so less distortion is heard when the record begins to play.
    0scar222
    Allways thought most high quality turntables are belt drive may be direct drive better for DJ one but
    for hi fi it seems to be nearly all belt drive

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