Price paid: 400 (CAN)
I dont fully understand the volume premise, and how to que my records up with it ...or the split,but i never read the manual... most techy djs would proabably undertsand it though, kill switcheds up = permanent down = killed as long as you hold it there, in the middle = no kill. transforms are right in fron of your eyes, probably couldve been set up a little better though
that fader is gonna cause you some trouble if you plan on scratching, i suggest you have a can of tuner control spray handy, your gonna need it, accidental switching of the kill switches is apperent...but its strong i suppose....somewhat...i was using it for scratching and most people that get it wont be so, a 6 on quality fits the bill...
I wasnt feeling the sound, lotta static, weak fader, but with all those nobs i found it really easy to turn sloppy scratches into some semi-descent sounding shit, im. i could get the sound that i wanted out of the vinyl, ...adequete
Its alot of fun to mess around with, great for newbies, enough to keep you busy for a while, but not something you'd sleep with like say a Rane ttm56i
Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 6-, 2002)