Stanton DJLab 1.1
Get started up with the Stanton DJLab 1.1
Since the beginning of time, people have had to start somewhere: that "somewhere" has always been at the very beginning of it all. No matter what we’re starting, whether it’s a home a cooked meal, a movie you’ve been dying to see or even a bar fight after you winked at the wrong girl (or guy, who knows), people want their "beginning" to be as simple as, well, elementary. This applies to DJs, too. Before entry level DJs can become Pro working DJs, they have to start at the beginning. No sense in buying a complicated package when you don’t even know what "crossfader" means, right? With Stanton and the DJLab 1.1, working DJs starting off in the trade will start easily and affordably.
The Stanton DJLab 1.1 offers:
T.52 turntables: With the T.52, Stanton has got you covered. It has an array of incredble features, such as a manual pitch control fader and a straight tone arm for entry level DJs who love to scratch. The belt drive isn’t bad either, but to be honest, it’s nothing to right home about. With that been said, the belt drive is very reliable and will be able to take you through your beginning mixing stages smoothly. The T.52 also comes with a headshell that has a 500B Stanton cartridge attached to it. To finish things off, the turntable comes loaded with protection, such as convenient slipmats and a cloth dust cover.
M.212 mixer: This little two channel mixer has got everything you’ll need in a mixer for the beginning level, and for pretty much every level. It has the basic features like the two way crossfader curve control, line inputs for your MP3s, as well as phono inputs, and an independent fader and 3 band EQ on both channels. The M.212 also comes with extremely bright LEDs, but not so bright that it becomes bothersome, forcing DJs change the lighting before it blinds them. Stanton and the M.212 have found the perfect happy medium for beginning DJs.
DJ Pro 90 headphones: Although this pair of headphones isn’t the type most DJs would rush to the DJ suppliers to go and buy before stores run out, the DJ pro 90 headphones are a perfect addition to this DJ package. They do happen to be closed back, but the cups and headband are both padded for extra comfort when you’re spending long hours mixing. They also come with adapters and flexibility in movement thanks to an 8.5 inch chored. For now, working DJs really can’t go wrong with them.
The retail price is a little steep, at $800, but working DJs can get it for half that price when they shop around for some good deals. $400 sure isn’t bad, especially seeing as most mixers alone cost that much. Basically, you don’t have to have a lot of money saved up for the Stanton DJLab 1.1, just a lot of passion for the road of deejaying ahead.
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