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Gemini DJ CDM-500
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Anonymous
Published on 03/14/07 at 07:28
I use any kind of audio mixer (Mixer) and console (Yamaha, Behringer, Pioneer, Yorkville) as they say it must be good tool for the right work. We do not ask a submarine while flying ,,,,,.
The Gemini CDM-500 is "all in one" double CD player / mixing console in good quality it has everything you need to get started, it is easy to use perfect for beginners or as a repair system (back up) . For me the recipe I use is a winner for 3 months, This now say the future reliability of a long-term use.

DJ Ladrille
Update March 14, 2007

Well now, after six months everything still works except that,,,, well its pretty basic and you quickly
(For those who want to continue in the Djing) of the table one can find poor, and that part seems a bit fragile.

For one who has jamma mix if he succeeded with this table it will find it facille with gear more "pros"
(See Technic, Pioneer, Vestax, Ecler and the list goes on ...)

The reaction time (pitch bend, cue ect ..) vraimment its slow and not accurate.

The "Jog Mode" to forget it's window dressing

I to continue on this run, but its too long to type. LOL

Finally, if you want vraimment you start DJing in a well can save you more satisfied in CERAS.

DJ Ladrille
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