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Vestax VCI-300MKII
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MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Vestax belonging to the VCI series.

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  • Great price and stable

    Vestax VCI-300MKIIPublished on 03/25/13 at 05:39
    The Vestax VCI-300 MKII is a controller that comes with ITCH from Serato. I really liked the feel of this controller and it felt like a really high end controller. It was not cheaply made and all of the buttons and knobs/sliders feel like some of the old vinyl mixers/platters that I use to use (the real expensive ones). There is a built in interface that outputs high quality audio. There is 1 stereo input, 2 stereo outputs and Mic input.
    Setting up the VCI-300 MKII was very simple and was no different than any other software/hardware set up that I have done before. Using this controller was very easy because it worked great with the software. It was easy to select and edit the audio......
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    The Vestax VCI-300 MKII is a controller that comes with ITCH from Serato. I really liked the feel of this controller and it felt like a really high end controller. It was not cheaply made and all of the buttons and knobs/sliders feel like some of the old vinyl mixers/platters that I use to use (the real expensive ones). There is a built in interface that outputs high quality audio. There is 1 stereo input, 2 stereo outputs and Mic input.
    Setting up the VCI-300 MKII was very simple and was no different than any other software/hardware set up that I have done before. Using this controller was very easy because it worked great with the software. It was easy to select and edit the audio files in the software library. There are controls right on the interface/mixer of this unit that let me easily navigate through my files in Serato’s ITCH.
    There is also an emergency thru switch that let me run musk through it directly from my iPod in case something went horribly wrong. Which any DJ that works via through a computer knows that sometimes things happen especially if you are on a Windows pc. So this function was a must have! All you have to do is go on the back of the unit and hit the switch then it will work right from the iPod or MP3 player.
    Everything with this unit is mad to last a long time and it really fit my style at the time. I am very satisfied with this unit and still use it sometimes. If I could go back again I would have no problem purchasing the VCI-300 MKII at full price!
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    Vestax VCI-300MKIIPublished on 10/15/11 at 01:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?

    For two weeks now


    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    Several CDJ (200-350-1000)
    Several controllers (ns7 mixtrack-Pro-DX-Xone Hercules4set Hercules-mp3-e2)


    What is so special that you love the most, least?

    It is a good size I thought to see smaller before receiving it. This is a very good balance weight size.
    I love its reactivity, its design simplicity and especially ITCH.


    How would you rate the quality / price?
    I find it worth its price by contribution to another controller that does not justify tzarifs high.


    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Surely unless NS6 was cheaper: D ...
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    How long have you use it?

    For two weeks now


    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    Several CDJ (200-350-1000)
    Several controllers (ns7 mixtrack-Pro-DX-Xone Hercules4set Hercules-mp3-e2)


    What is so special that you love the most, least?

    It is a good size I thought to see smaller before receiving it. This is a very good balance weight size.
    I love its reactivity, its design simplicity and especially ITCH.


    How would you rate the quality / price?
    I find it worth its price by contribution to another controller that does not justify tzarifs high.


    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Surely unless NS6 was cheaper: D
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