The NTX1000 is a professional-grade option for a lower price.
Retailing at $399, the direct-drive turntable is a cheaper option for DJs unable to afford more high-end products like the new range from Technics. "Numark recognizes your need for a professional turntable that capitalizes on the resurgent popularity of vinyl for DJ gigs," the company writes. "But we're mindful that you need for both versatility and value. The NTX1000 gives you everything you're looking for."
Notable features include an improved start-up torque, an S-shaped tonearm with adjustable height, and a variable start/stop control function. The pitch range can be toggled from ± 8, 16 and 50%, and the body is designed to resist feedback and external vibrations. The full specifications are available at the Numark site.