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Vestax Launch Super-Slick PDX-3000 Turntable

The launch of the Vestax series of PDX Turntables provided the first credible alternative to what had been the industry standard, the Technics SL series. With the impending launch of the new PDX-3000 series Vestax are further raising the bar.

Vestax Launch Super-Slick PDX-3000 Turntable

The super sleek unit incorporates the feature set of the PDX-2000’s whilst adding Torque Simulator adjustment, a new digital servo that allows Midi Control, and a choice of A.S.T.S or new ‘S’ Tone arm. This enables DJ’s to match the turntable to their own unique style of DJ’ing.

“The PDX-3000 is the ultimate turntable for all types of turntablists, including the next generation of digital DJ's, with its USB connection,” enthuses the MD of UK Vestax Distributor, Leisuretec Distribution. “It incorporates the new 2007 Vestax colour scheme, taking it back to black with a slick grey/black chequerboard enhancement. It’s more powerful than ever, and a must try product when it hits the shops this June.”

PDX-3000 SRP £419 inc VAT. PDX-3000 MIX (‘S’ Tone arm) SRP £469 inc VAT

For more information, go to www.leisuretec.co.uk / www.vestax.co.uk

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006