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  • lepetitfoussetlepetitfousset

    Stanton Magnetics DigiPakPublished on 10/26/04 at 02:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    After hours of use qq plates stops in full song, very weird, and the mixing desk is without a quality in short avoid purchasing, departing I was delighted with my purchase, a date I will have to reinvest for more serious turn and leave his turntables at the show.
  • djceltesdjceltes

    Stanton Magnetics DigiPakPublished on 08/01/05 at 07:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I recommend this digipack for amateur DJs, almost everything is there:
    2 simple audio player (damage to the mp3 ...)
    A basic mixer (you can plug two other players on the table, the biggest problem comes when you connect the microphone jack on the ... This esttrop close to the edge of the briefcase, which can be annoying if this is not a soft grip ...)

    The sound effects are basic and easy to use.
    for now, I have used that evening in 8 1year and a half (plus the small trials from time to time)
    and until then I had no problem ...

    The display on the player 2 is very readable (with the function temp coultemp remaining), the plate reads her a CD or even in "single" mode is "continuo…
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    I recommend this digipack for amateur DJs, almost everything is there:
    2 simple audio player (damage to the mp3 ...)
    A basic mixer (you can plug two other players on the table, the biggest problem comes when you connect the microphone jack on the ... This esttrop close to the edge of the briefcase, which can be annoying if this is not a soft grip ...)

    The sound effects are basic and easy to use.
    for now, I have used that evening in 8 1year and a half (plus the small trials from time to time)
    and until then I had no problem ...

    The display on the player 2 is very readable (with the function temp coultemp remaining), the plate reads her a CD or even in "single" mode is "continuous."

    Over time, the j'hsite chang as a DJ n'tant amateur, that is enough emplemant on the other hand, if you want to make your mtier this DIGIPACK THAT YOU WILL BE USEFUL TRAINING ...
    But the report qualitprix, there is nothing to say
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  • jmdmarcojmdmarco

    Stanton Magnetics DigiPakPublished on 06/29/06 at 10:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For a short time but a great product easy to use
    I jou several other console that remains simple and practical
    but I am still attached to my table for the big behringer DX626 mix
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