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  • Soundgraph D-Vinyl PadPublished on 03/26/05 at 18:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The D-Vinyl pad consists of a mix of software and a tactile surface as can be found on the laptop, it can also be used as a pointing device.
    the installation of the pad can cause some problems, but once installed it nikel!
    a requirement to use a monitor output, this software is able to get out good mix.
    qualitée good value / price
  • Soundgraph D-Vinyl PadPublished on 05/12/06 at 06:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    An excellent entry level for DJ beginners.
    Easily transportable and complete, you must have at least two outputs on your sound card (Windows compatible) for the paramtrer prcoute.
    The PAD is enjoyable to use, the surface of CONTRL is larger than a touch pad laptop and makes it possible to master the scratch. It can also be used as PAD effect.
    The particular feature I like least is that you can only use one track simultaneously (spcial a button on the pad to switch from one another). The installation is somewhat Drout (I have to reboot my PC several times).
    I tried the Hercules DJ Console, and the problem with it is its ergonomics. It is also a sound card, which can cause some......
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    An excellent entry level for DJ beginners.
    Easily transportable and complete, you must have at least two outputs on your sound card (Windows compatible) for the paramtrer prcoute.
    The PAD is enjoyable to use, the surface of CONTRL is larger than a touch pad laptop and makes it possible to master the scratch. It can also be used as PAD effect.
    The particular feature I like least is that you can only use one track simultaneously (spcial a button on the pad to switch from one another). The installation is somewhat Drout (I have to reboot my PC several times).
    I tried the Hercules DJ Console, and the problem with it is its ergonomics. It is also a sound card, which can cause some compatibility problems when the D-Vinyl PAD is compatible with your Windows sound card.
    The DJ Console is also more CHRE.

    In conclusion, the D-Vinyl PAD is an mp3 mix solution with a ratio qualitprix unbeatable, which allows fun anywhere you want o take him. Much more than a gadget, the possibilities will keep you going for many hours.
    Good mix.
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