The Technics SL-1200MK7 raises the bar for direct-drive DJ turntables. It brings new digital technology to Technics' classic SL1200 Series design. The SL-1200MK7 turntable features a new coreless motor for improved performance. It keeps the same style and feel that made the 1200 Series popular with professional DJs. The MK7 precision turntable looks almost identical to previous models, the MK5 and MK6, but with a slightly more refined all-black design.
Its recessed gold-plated phono terminals help prevent damaging the outputs after you've detached the RCA cables. Its redesigned digital motor control enhances performance. The SL-1200MK7's starting torque and brake speed can be customized to suit your style. Its reverse function play lets you expand your creativity, while its digital pitch control delivers improved tracking and accuracy. The Technics SL-1200MK7 is no ordinary record player. This precision turntable is aimed squarely at professional DJs.
The SL-1200MK7 has rock-solid build quality and feel. Weighing in at 21.2 lb., this pro-grade record player features a chassis whose top plate is cast from aluminum. The bottom half is molded from robust ABS and fiberglass. The result is maximum stability and vibration damping.
Technics' pedigree in the world of direct-drive turntables is undeniable. It released the world's first direct-drive turntable in 1970. The SL-1200 turntable became a favorite of early hip-hop DJs. They took advantage of its quick start-up time and high-torque motor to perfect scratching and other turntablism moves. The Technics SL-1200 turntable became a fixture in virtually every DJ booth and recording studio around the world.
The Technics SL-1200MK7 precision turntable offers high performance for demanding DJs. It aims to live up to the reputation for reliability you've come to expect from Technics over the past four decades.