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  • lyssulyssu

    Gemini DJ PS-676iPublished on 03/28/05 at 07:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello all
    made by me I chui nb v aquérir the gear debutnt jor both decks bst PR200 live int
    and this rich enough mixer stroke 3 com so I'm told jme v to connect the audio output of my sound card SB Audigy 5.1 m knowledge which the seller my di yes !! a friends told me especially not you will grill your card c 4 home and your table of ten home ..... c Alor? jpeut connect my gear on koi o minimum? ke I can meclater tt ki sounds happening in Belgian box lol ....

    USE

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    SONORITS

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    NOTICE GLOBAL

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  • hablablahablabla

    Gemini DJ PS-676iPublished on 01/21/06 at 21:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Table Rack
    3 line inputs, 2 phono, 1 CMOP, 2 outputs and master cabin + 1 output record
    RCA connectors
    Sampler Intgr

    UTILIZATION

    The grip is trs fast, even at the chantilloneur. The manual is clear but I did not much use if it is to understand the basics of chantillonage

    SOUNDS

    Unfortunately it leaves a breath which can be Gnant when the master is too lev.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months, never any problem, trs easy to use. Nevertheless it is a table so a lightweight low-cost breath, low mids and highs just Submitted always even and at least one chantilloneur which could have been better quality at the made. Difficult prvoir also the output volum…
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    Table Rack
    3 line inputs, 2 phono, 1 CMOP, 2 outputs and master cabin + 1 output record
    RCA connectors
    Sampler Intgr

    UTILIZATION

    The grip is trs fast, even at the chantilloneur. The manual is clear but I did not much use if it is to understand the basics of chantillonage

    SOUNDS

    Unfortunately it leaves a breath which can be Gnant when the master is too lev.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months, never any problem, trs easy to use. Nevertheless it is a table so a lightweight low-cost breath, low mids and highs just Submitted always even and at least one chantilloneur which could have been better quality at the made. Difficult prvoir also the output volume of the sampling.
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  • dj otakédj otaké

    Gemini DJ PS-676iPublished on 01/17/07 at 09:22
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    OVERALL OPINION

    Hablabla has already said everything on this table cheap at the time I paid a hundred euros and it was time to do what was ...

    the switch phono / line are very fragile should not be abused (it takes a max of play)
    The "sampler" and very random in both the volume in the accuracy of the length of the piece échantillonné.le seller have mastered it, that's why I bought it. (But it's probably a stroke of luck, I do also happened a few times ...)

    bah say in conclusion that ... it's a nice table to start and learn the soft electro mix at least it helped me in my learning to mix.

    PS: I sold it in. For those w…
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUNDS

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    OVERALL OPINION

    Hablabla has already said everything on this table cheap at the time I paid a hundred euros and it was time to do what was ...

    the switch phono / line are very fragile should not be abused (it takes a max of play)
    The "sampler" and very random in both the volume in the accuracy of the length of the piece échantillonné.le seller have mastered it, that's why I bought it. (But it's probably a stroke of luck, I do also happened a few times ...)

    bah say in conclusion that ... it's a nice table to start and learn the soft electro mix at least it helped me in my learning to mix.

    PS: I sold it in. For those who are dear little interest ...
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  • FP UserFP User

    Gemini DJ PS-676iPublished on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    Comes with a 12 second looping digital sampler which was instrumental in my purchase. it was pretty easy to figure out and get to grips with, but the sound quality of the sampler isn't up to scratch. the loops can sound OK but can really lack bass. it's not what I had hoped for and wouldn't recommend buying it for the sampler. the cue controls are good. the three line inputs are good. it has booth, master, and record output, which is handy. the bass, mid, treble controls don't go to minus infinity so for me it really lacks kill switches.

    Price paid: £175

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to figure out and has pretty good layout. except the range controls are a little to close together so mani…
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    Comes with a 12 second looping digital sampler which was instrumental in my purchase. it was pretty easy to figure out and get to grips with, but the sound quality of the sampler isn't up to scratch. the loops can sound OK but can really lack bass. it's not what I had hoped for and wouldn't recommend buying it for the sampler. the cue controls are good. the three line inputs are good. it has booth, master, and record output, which is handy. the bass, mid, treble controls don't go to minus infinity so for me it really lacks kill switches.

    Price paid: £175

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to figure out and has pretty good layout. except the range controls are a little to close together so manipulation of say bass and mid is difficult, but not impossible. as I said the sampler is pretty easy to use. the manual wlaks you right through it all

    SOUNDS

    I haven't run it through a power amp yet, but have read somewhere that it isn't great and may hiss a little. in my bedroom setup it's pretty good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm dissapointed with the quality of the mixer which started playing up in within three months. I took it to peices and cleaned it and got another two months, but the next time I tried one of the clips snapped off. so I've a feeling if I try again that'll be it finished. I don't really know how long a mixer should last but I hoped for more than that (and have had more in other mixers). Also the phono/line switches, which I use alot for effect, crackle a bit. I haven't contacted gemini, but now that I think about it, I might.

    I really like it. I do miss the kill switches on my old numark, and sometimes the quality gets me down a bit, but I think thats me being nitpicky and don't think anyone who listens or has a mix would really notice. I'm think about upgrading, but probably a year in advance. and I'll be moving right up into the next price bracket looking for much superior quality (sound and build) but for the under £200 price range I'm really happy with what I got

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: Unknown ( 5-, 2003)
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