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M-Audio Torq Xponent

MIDI Control Surface for DJ from M-Audio belonging to the Torq series.

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M-Audio Torq XponentPublished on 09/10/09 at 08:03
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M-Audio Torq XponentPublished on 05/13/07 at 04:00
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Bjr has voila you I start lasono and want to know a dns opinion on the 1000 Platinum is the pioneer for you to advise me thank you
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" Very good CHOX"

M-Audio Torq XponentPublished on 07/30/13 at 03:35
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I use it for bientt 2 years.

Not before j'tait on CD decks, this is the first Controller I buy.

Plus: -Rtroclairage buttons
- Touch Pav assignable to-controlling the mouse and effects
- Touch sensitive jog wheels
The least I did not find ngatif points as this is the first I had Controller.

The qulitprix very good report and I think it is a good brand and a good Controller.

Yes, I think.

If you want I sell 250, they are in very good condition
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" A good outsider"

M-Audio Torq XponentPublished on 01/23/14 at 05:23
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I use very little regularly since 2008. Before that I had bought the Hercules MK2 that I found too limited and I did not like Virtual DJ. I then bought the EKS XP10 with a mixer but this config did not suit me at all either and I finally found my happiness with the Xponent. This is a console rather well done, with a good touch and Torq software has found a second life with version 2.0. The Xponent community is composed of small but passionate. Mapping twelve o'clock fully configurable offers unlimited possibilities in terms of ergonomics and combos effects and encourages creativity. This is a very fun console that perfectly serves its role in the evenings alone or with friends! ...
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I use very little regularly since 2008. Before that I had bought the Hercules MK2 that I found too limited and I did not like Virtual DJ. I then bought the EKS XP10 with a mixer but this config did not suit me at all either and I finally found my happiness with the Xponent. This is a console rather well done, with a good touch and Torq software has found a second life with version 2.0. The Xponent community is composed of small but passionate. Mapping twelve o'clock fully configurable offers unlimited possibilities in terms of ergonomics and combos effects and encourages creativity. This is a very fun console that perfectly serves its role in the evenings alone or with friends!
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  • Manufacturer: M-Audio
  • Model: Torq Xponent
  • Series: Torq
  • Category: MIDI Control Surfaces for DJs
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2007

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