The first real DJ Turntable in a decade: Technics MK7

Los Angeles, CA – Technics brought it back! Now is it worth the hype?  DJ Black Rabbit takes us on a quick tour for what’s new on the MK7 Model – (11 years since the SL-1200MK6) VisionQuest Sound host, Christina Sofina covers the action.

VisionQuest Sound at Technics

Technics MK7 Turntable

Re-engineered from the ground up. The MK7 turntable has been designed specifically for the performing DJ which allows scratching, improved tracking, a new stylus illuminator, and a reverse play function to help DJs expand the breadth of their various play styles. Built of aluminium and glass fibre.

The sleek, matte black deck which should be available as SL-1210 MK7 (UK and Europe) and as SL-1200 MK7 (Japan and US) List price £899 / 1000 euros / $1200 ETA showing release this summer.

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Article by: Philip Garcia – music producer, content creator, and founder of VisionQuest Sound based in Los Angeles.

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