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Djdim Djdim

«  Very good but .... »

Publié le 08/25/10 à 07:01
For how long have you been using it?
1 week

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
Akai MPD 24

What thing do you like most/least about it?
In short, very surppris by the quality of implementation of the case. Exceptionally, it is heavy: 1kg for this little beast and it breathes sérieux.DENON, there is a tone above the Pioneer returns to her through the 80's: of all plastic!!

What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Bad luck, it was a fault at CUE A side that remained to jump if you left your finger on the kind 1 / 32 time. So disappointed in this respect. It is already replied in VAS.

Side operation "on hand" is working well, nothing to say, he meets the finger and the eye, it's clean, precise, no wacky functions. The handling is very simple and the inclusion USB is very very fast and flawless. It is not resource hungry and yet I'm on PC;
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
A remake, despite the problem of youth is a delight with serato. I had Pioneer CDJ800 and I ironed on Technics turntable with serato SL1200MK5. Hitherto lacked all artifice mix that makes a beast of a CDJ race.
Today I would not go back for anything on CDJ. I believe this supplement is the result.

8 / 10 as default on the first attempt (this allows me to test the "new DENON Service" which is normally better than what it was)

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