Numark Intros TT250USB USB DJ Turntable

Numark-TT250USB-dj-turntableNumark has introduced the TT250USB DJ turntable – a professional direct-drive turntable designed for heavy-duty DJ and music playback duties.

According to Numark, the TT250USB’s quartz-controlled motor delivers virtually perfect speed accuracy when playing back records, and its high-torque motor and heavy cast-aluminum platter provide the ideal amount of resistance and feel for scratching effects.


  • Quartz-controlled direct-drive motor for virtually perfect speed accuracy
  • Die-cast aluminum platter for rock-solid stability (.09% wow & flutter)
  • S-shaped tonearm ensures precise tracking of record grooves
  • Includes pre-mounted high-quality magnetic cartridge
  • Pitch Fader and Pitch-Bend controls customize the pitch for a perfect effect
  • Pitch adjustment range ±10%
  • Damped cuing raises and lowers tonearm
  • 45 and 33 1/3 RPM speeds and selectable 115/230V operation
  • Converts records to digital files with USB cable connection to computer
  • 1/8-inch input for remote start with compatible mixers
  • Attached stereo line-out RCA cable

Pricing and Availability

The Numark TT250USB USB DJ turntable is expected to be available in early Q4 2015, priced at US $299.

9 thoughts on “Numark Intros TT250USB USB DJ Turntable

  1. I think this is great. Good price, looks quality. If you don’t already have technics and can’t quite afford it, this looks a good a second on a budget.

  2. Finally it’s about time having a USB turntable with a full size platter. I have the old Numark one but I hate the way the records overhang the edge of the turntable.

  3. > Converts records to digital files with USB cable connection to computer

    Uhhhm, this doesn’t sound like it would appear as just another input device at my computer, does it?
    Please no custom drivers and/or software. 🙁

    (Besides that, at this price point, the thing seems like a good option)

  4. Yeah, speaking of USB interfacies, does anyone out there just plug in 2 USB turntables, make them an aggregate audio device and then just mix in ableton? Is that a thing you can do in this year of our lord 2015 or does the latency make it not at all worthwhile?

  5. I was wondering if this turntables its gonna be as good as the tt200, wich was a really nice turntable for just a few bucks????

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