Sunday, April 19, 2009

TVD's Record Store Day 2009 Stanton USB Turntable Giveaway!

...We've selected a winner for The Stanton T.90 USB turntable! If it wasn't you this time around, stay tuned--we've got plenty more planned for the coming months. Thanks to all who entered!

It's true indeed--the blog runneth over.

We're pleased to announce that Stanton Magnetics, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of professional audio products for club and mobile DJs and turntablists has added to our already amazing Eleven Weeks of Record Store Day '09 Vinyl Giveaways--something to play that vinyl ON, The Stanton T.90.

The Stanton T.90 USB is a professional quality turntable with high-torque direct drive motor and a USB output, combining the latest digital technology with unique style. With Key Lock built-in, DJs can adjust the tempo of a record without affecting pitch, while USB and S/PDIF digital outputs make the T.90USB great for archiving vinyl.
Here's how the giveaway will work: every entry into our Record Store Day '09 Vinyl Contests over the course of the eleven weeks is automatically entered to with the Stanton turntable--even if you entered last week and and even if you've won or will win one of the vinyl packages we'll feature.

On Record Store Day, April 18, 2009 we'll randomly draw the email address from all of those who've entered over the course of the eleven weeks and ship that lucky individual The Stanton T.90.

And for the record, whose turntable do we have in TVD HQ? Why, that'd be a Stanton--purchased at DJ Hut, the guys behind the green ad over there to the left...

23 comments:

Fil said...

Well this is great! I've got 3 busted turntables!

Fil said...

Oh...you can find me at djbloo (at) gmail.com !

nicole said...

I love winning things and enter into as many contests as possible. The best thing I've ever won: Two tickets to a Van Halen concert last year. Is it too late to enter into your giveaway? If not, please accept my entry. Thank you kindly!

Nicole Boddington
Little Rock, Arkansas

nicole.boddington@gmail.com

marivic said...

Add me to the fray! Our LPs will be very happy to have a professional like Stanton rip them (and I will have a happy birthday right after Record Store Day.).

marivic_barriga@yahoo.com

Mathew said...

I NEED that turntable! Add me to the contest please.
Matt

mcj987654321@yahoo.com

Robtherecordman said...

This would be much cooler than the first contest I ever won. Radio played a song and said call with the name of the song and the group so I ran to the phone and shouted "Smoke From a Distant Fire by Sanford Townsend Band! What did I win?" My prize? A bag of fruit and vegetables from a local farmers market. A great prize when you're 13. Here's hoping for better luck this time.
Rob
rtinoh at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I'd love to be in the contest. Change 3 to e and "duck" to "dream" in the following:

x3lanth3 at duckshor3 d0t n3t

Mela Alexian

Anonymous said...

Toss me into the salad, please-
guido_420@hotmail.com

nicole - I too won tickets to a van halen show & hotel accommodations, many years ago in pensacola fl. the best part was meeting jon stewart, who was staying the same hotel that same night.

guido.

Candy said...

I've been a vinyl fan all my life. I'm thrilled to find your web site! I still have all my albums from the 60's on. Winning the turntable would bring all my babies to life again! Thanks for the awesome site!

JON said...

A reminder about email addresses...we need 'em to contact you if you win. Can be emailed directly if preferable.

Craig S Mullins said...

Please enter me in the contest: craig (at) craigsmullins (dot) com

Anonymous said...

Count me in as well for the contest...
ianjacobs (at) yahoo (dot) com

Sofia said...

If I won this thing it'd be one of the coolest things I've ever won (which is a limited list currently topped by the Sex Pistols record I won from you guys earlier in the month)

ofi@uga.edu

christopher said...

great promotion!

Davy H said...

I have only ever won one competition which was when I correctly put the pin where the buried treasure was on the papier mache treasure island at the White Rock Primary School summer fete in 1975. I don't actually remember what the prize was - which probably means it was hard cash, largely meaningless to a 9-and-a-half year old.

I deserve this prize because have 1)lots of records 2) a cheap and nasty turntable which doesn't them justice and 3) a longstanding and abiding affection for this blog.

Plus, if I don't win, the puppy gets it x

Davy H said...

...and the typos make me more, not less, worthy!

christopher said...

i deserve morer then anyone else because i have lots of records and i really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really need to take my current turnable/CD player/tape player/radio out back and light it on fire..

Cat Chew said...

Yes, please:

vestalcat at gmail.com

Thank you very much.

Claire said...

i definitely need a new record player. my brother "borrowed" mine since 2006 and i'm pretty sure i'll never get to see it again. i have records but no way to listen to them!

claire.smither@gmail.com

dickvandyke said...

My brother pissed in my Dansette record player in 1978 following a night on the beer. Lifted the lid n all, he did.

Physcologically, I never really recovered.

Physically, neither did his bust nose.

Stax said...

I started the day at 10:30 AM, lined up outside Amoeba Music in Berkeley, CA with 25 or so other vinyl junkies. I walked out a few hours later with an armload of Record Store Day exclusives, give-a-ways and other sundry items.

Then I headed over to 1-2-3-4 Go Records in Oakland to show it some love.

I ended up back in Berkeley to catch the Silversun Pickups' in-store set at Rasputins' Music. It was a nice acoustic show from a band fresh off a night at Coachella sandwiched between Paul McCartney and Leonard Cohen.

Thanks to TVD for keeping me plugged into the Record Store Day 2009 news. I can't wait for next year.


P.S. the Pavement live release from Matador is awesome!

Stax said...

staxnet@gmail.com

anntje said...

Awwww, congrats to the winner! And thank you again to TVD for 11 weeks of fun... I found out about this blog during the 11 weeks but will continue reading for sure! Definitely one of my new favorite blogs. :)