I think most any table set up well will do it for you. I use my 1200s through a Denon 1600 mixer into Logic or Ableton. I like that your 92 has a built in USB. Still, watch your levels. Get them high enough to mess with it, but keep them as low as possible within that threshold to minimize noise. You can mix house all night on a pair of 92s.
Thanks for responding. You didn't comment on Stanton. As for as you know, how do they compare? Do you think the Stanton T92, which is for archiving, will get me the best results for the software to do its thing?
Hey Sorry, I don't log in daily any more. The noise is part of the record. If it's a noisy record, then there's just not lot you can do about it other than get it as clean as you can. If you are using software, you can also use a filter internally to reduce the noise. There are tons of VST plugins for Ableton, GarageBand/Logic that go a long way to cleaning up the track.
I signed up a while ago, confessing at the time that I am not into DJ'ing at all. My Aim was to get some opinions on Stanton turntables from those who I figured had the most reliable user knowledge. I'm not really a member of any of your groups which is probably why I haven't had any response in over a month since I posted my query.
Would you be able to give an opinion? Or, could you refer me on?
The question is 'can you play REALLY OLD vinyl on the T62 and have the scratches and hisses in the background instead of in the foreground?'