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Pioneer DJ PLX-500-W White, Direct Drive DJ Turntable @ Amazon £293

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  • Excellent sound design, just like the PLX-1000 the PLX-500 is built to produce a high-quality vinyl sound. The shortest possible audio routing from the stylus to the outputs reduces distortion, while the phone/line output switch lets you connect directly to your sound system or to powered speakers with no need for an external amplifier.
  • Easy digital recording by connecting the turntable to your PC or MAC via the USB out
  • Use the PLX-500 to mix and scratch your vinyl record or combine the turntable with rekordbox dvs, a compatible DJ mixer and the RB-VS1-K Control Vinyl to play and perform your digital files
  • Cover Art Display - Put your record covers on display while listening to your vinyl thanks to the sleeve stand inside the dust cover.
  • Slipmat, cartridge and stylus included.

Brand: Pioneer
Connectivity technology: USB and RCA
Signal format: Digital and analogue
Signal-to-noise ratio: 50 dB Item dimensions 56 L x 26 W x 46 H
Material: Plastic
Item weight: 10.70 Kg
Colour: White
Model: PLX-500-W
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    Ok for beginners, Unless u have the £££ for SL1200

    Review Here (edited)
    I have a pair of the MK2 decks for home use only now. Still going strong after over 40 years (The decks, not me so much) although the lid looks old and beaten up (That's the decks and me)
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    Stick with the originals. Technics
    one of them new is £800, you could get a pair of the pioneers and a mixer and headphones for that. even second hand ones aren't cheap. the pioneer is a decent clone for the money
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    I'm very seasoned on 1210's they're my nirvana for mixing I much prefer them over CDJ's, but I'm tempted to get a pair of these in white to link to my Traktor Kontrol S8 and Yamaha HS8 speakers I think they'd look the part, just how chuckable are they is the question because I'm quite vigorous on a deck and naturally you want Technics quality tracking

    Given the reviews of the new Technics and their build quality these could actually make a lot more sense for a number of reasons, unless I can find a pair of 1210's for a good price

    Seems like a really good deck this
    Steer well clear of these. They've got a terrible reputation for reliability and are considered one of the worst Hanpin OEM's. Youtube is your friend to back this up.

    Well documented issue across many forums. ^^

    After many (MANY!) trials of Technics clones, I opted for the Reloop RP7000mk2's when my 30 year old 1210's finally gave up the ghost. The 500's are essentially plastic toys by comparison. The Reloop 7000mk2's are everything you will need if you want a Technics clone. Nothing else touches them. Don't fall for the pretty colour and Pioneer Hype, if you were a DJ from the 80's or 90's you will be disappointed in the 500's. Also - They're certainly NOT for audiophile's (edited)
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    I’m a bit of a sound nerd and own a Rega P6 but I am so attracted to this…maybe ideal for what could be my KLF room
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    I never get tired of the sight of beautiful decks.
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    48180544-uDGU2.jpgSadly a lot more money, but this is the only white turntable that interests me … (edited)
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    Been looking for a turntable for my daughter for Xmas and she's looking for something that will go with her room?
    Having dj'ed since the mid 90s I don't want a cheap poor quality item and this looks like it'll tick all boxes.
    Have a look at the Pro-ject Debut Carbon Evo, excellent turntable, easily upgradeable, and comes in all sorts of colours.
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    Looks Gorgeous
    Plastic photographs well.
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    Vaguely recall that these might be rebranded Audio Technica units with improved specs on Pioneer's request.