For some reason, I thought that the belt might be hidden way down in the inner workings, and I'd have to take it apart. But, it is indeed a direct drive then, because it looks to have a gear that drives the table right under the platter.
I do know that it can play multiple records in a row, but I didn't realize there was a differentiation in terminology between a turntable and a "stacker." I just thought there were some turntables that offered this feature and others did not.
Audiophile quality or not, it still sounds good through my modest Polk RTi8s and vsx-d912 Pioneer receiver.
Anyway I'll see if I can find some info through this link.
EDIT: It looks like they have a replacement stylus, and I emailed them about info about this model. Anyway, at least I know where to get a stylus. I guess I need to do research on the quality of cartridges before I purchase though.
UPDATE: Well I got an email back, and they had no info on the turntable. I was directed to another website that had manuals and info on other classic turntables, but there was no mention of this one. Oh well, at least I know what stylus to get.