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  • MaxxFRMaxxFR

    Identical Audiophony Djazz PRO

    Stanton Magnetics DJC.4Published on 08/17/14 at 03:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's all in the title ...
    This machine is found in other "manufacturer" / Akiyama Pulsar brands ... for example ...
    Pretty good controller also we remain in the entry level anyway), I gave my opinion on the release Audiophony there qq time: https://fr.audiofanzine.com/surface-of-control-dj/ djinnseries / djazz-pro / opinions / r.99443.html
  • druapfidruapfi

    Stanton Magnetics DJC.4Published on 06/24/13 at 09:59
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    I think it works the thunder, but it is unfortunate that there have not a solution for a continuous play list, I said when the song is finished, the system stops and does not go on second player or the next song.
    Or it is possible and I do not know how to do ......
  • Erwan774Erwan774

    I do not know what to think

    Stanton Magnetics DJC.4Published on 05/28/13 at 01:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 3 weeks

    First printing solid metal knobs are correct fader (well we'll talk about later)


    The mapping on Traktor fairly easy to find but a little frustrating to not be said that the control of the master Flight example but that's retail or no bug ect ...

    The right price point for the EQ jogs is not top top accurate to say but the knobs are notched so convenient in the dark or 3 grams in each arm and there is a red LED Kill with no harm done


    The map is correct with a slight Rush previewing it's 16 bit 48kHz.

    The pitch is okay to be small flick to set ^ ^

    Good controller if you're new or looking for a mobile config Traktor whatever the Denon 3000 I think would …
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    I use it for 3 weeks

    First printing solid metal knobs are correct fader (well we'll talk about later)


    The mapping on Traktor fairly easy to find but a little frustrating to not be said that the control of the master Flight example but that's retail or no bug ect ...

    The right price point for the EQ jogs is not top top accurate to say but the knobs are notched so convenient in the dark or 3 grams in each arm and there is a red LED Kill with no harm done


    The map is correct with a slight Rush previewing it's 16 bit 48kHz.

    The pitch is okay to be small flick to set ^ ^

    Good controller if you're new or looking for a mobile config Traktor whatever the Denon 3000 I think would be better but more expensive

    Good surprise I would do this choice because it is what I want a mobile light but robust controller

    Ps: I did not even try as an external mixer to do in a few weeks
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