Digital interfaces and such aside, the turntable is clearly
here to stay — having outlived the casette tape, it now looks like it
will outlive the CD, too! (Watch out, computers — you could be next.)

With sales booming, isn't it time for a design that looks a little
more, how shall we say, 21st Century? Enter Stanton, whose new T Series
turntables (see Harmony Central press release) are downright sexy: clean, elegant, and all rounded corners.

The T.60 (shown here) is currently the cheapest scratch-ready deck from
Stanton, with a street price of US$200. Hmm, maybe I should finally
take the plunge myself. I can switch between keys and scratching . . .