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  • aitdaitd

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 04/21/06 at 16:37
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    I chsoe is only to say "THANK MY GOD"

    I am fortunate to have a xone 02 table and QFO well I started them in any two the same cross and I cry with joy every day since I've done that!

    Imagine a custom cross your request, well look no further Eclecticbreaks the place for you ....... go run the achetter !!!
  • gamin92gamin92

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 02/23/06 at 07:09
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    - How long have you use it?
    2 days

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The pros:-Ability to SETTING THE voltage and cutoff point.
    Gliiiiiiiiiiiisse-a!
    -Simple install
    The - I know not!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    The basic cross my desk: PMC-05 Pro II
    He always does strangely rigid, so there is no comparison.

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    Correct. O say that the day has spent 99 euros it's perfect.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice?
    Without hsitation!

    Conclusion:
    The setting options allow use for all types of DJing, and especially the optimization of the cross for the scratch. Flexibility and flui…
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    - How long have you use it?
    2 days

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The pros:-Ability to SETTING THE voltage and cutoff point.
    Gliiiiiiiiiiiisse-a!
    -Simple install
    The - I know not!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    The basic cross my desk: PMC-05 Pro II
    He always does strangely rigid, so there is no comparison.

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    Correct. O say that the day has spent 99 euros it's perfect.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice?
    Without hsitation!

    Conclusion:
    The setting options allow use for all types of DJing, and especially the optimization of the cross for the scratch. Flexibility and fluidity.
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  • B.kulchaB.kulcha

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 04/02/06 at 14:02
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    I use it for 3 months ... is that the happy ...

    We can set the "cut in point" (length of the curve mute) and the flexibility of the cross ... for me once rglages effectus is a new life begins.

    I test a lot of cross (numark, vetax, Ecler, Rane ...) and the cross is all right for me ... (Better than my original cross vestax ...)

    I use it on a PMC-07 ​​Pro (Vestax)

    report quality / price is better than the cross vestax ...

    I'll see how long it is going to rsister DIFFERENT Turtablist passing it ... lol
    In any case we see that it is a destiny to cross scratcher of all kinds ...

    Enjoy it ...
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    I use it for 3 months ... is that the happy ...

    We can set the "cut in point" (length of the curve mute) and the flexibility of the cross ... for me once rglages effectus is a new life begins.

    I test a lot of cross (numark, vetax, Ecler, Rane ...) and the cross is all right for me ... (Better than my original cross vestax ...)

    I use it on a PMC-07 ​​Pro (Vestax)

    report quality / price is better than the cross vestax ...

    I'll see how long it is going to rsister DIFFERENT Turtablist passing it ... lol
    In any case we see that it is a destiny to cross scratcher of all kinds ...

    Enjoy it ...
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  • Dj KillDj Kill

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 04/12/06 at 15:13
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    - How long have you use it?

    A few hours ..........
    - What is so special that you like most and least?

    The lightness of the crossfader, the aperture setting of the millimeter to ... The least I know I did not find fault ...

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    Yes, I had the PCV Vestax CF ... The x-Pro is unmatched level of flexibility and the life I think

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    I find the price very good for the quality provided, the choice I would do without hesitation ....
  • Anonymous

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 06/01/06 at 03:42
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    I use it for a few weeks in my AEM-100 (the only table that is the team SERIES). I say one thing: it dchire!

    Personally I have not bothered to disassemble the table for the parameter, but the original touch is excellent.

    In my opinion this is the best cross!

    To buy without modration.
  • djcrazyhandsdjcrazyhands

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 08/10/06 at 03:18
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    ---> How long have you use it?

    > It's going to break any one week

    ---> What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Most:

    > It slips, it slides even though trs
    > Everything is adjustable, the cut in point, the resistance of the cross, he can be flexible as relatively hard, and all these rglages are very simple to do.
    > The opening of the cross fader is very easy adfaire two clips.
    > Packaging, grouping, lubricants, fasteners, accessories.
    > Ca cut trs trs well!

    The -:

    > According to the MODEL of mixer changes are done, for example on my Stanton Sa 12, I reperser the support plate, and file the opening of the cross fader so that it can happen, but nothing…
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    ---> How long have you use it?

    > It's going to break any one week

    ---> What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Most:

    > It slips, it slides even though trs
    > Everything is adjustable, the cut in point, the resistance of the cross, he can be flexible as relatively hard, and all these rglages are very simple to do.
    > The opening of the cross fader is very easy adfaire two clips.
    > Packaging, grouping, lubricants, fasteners, accessories.
    > Ca cut trs trs well!

    The -:

    > According to the MODEL of mixer changes are done, for example on my Stanton Sa 12, I reperser the support plate, and file the opening of the cross fader so that it can happen, but nothing serious I was warned.
    > The knob a bit small, but it quickly makes it a point dtail, but its importance has some do not like the knob.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    > Yes, the cross of dxm 06, dm950 LOL, pro sm1, and the penny gilles and present home in Stanton Sa 12.
    > The Pro X Fade dominates many of the existing crossfaders (except that of rane, and the last ecler Rodec scratchbox) And for those looking for the weapon scratches crazy it is, the ultimate is that many mixers are compatible with this little gem.

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    > Excellent, the packaging is complete, the cross is very well done, nothing adplorer.
    And Penny and Gilles is a 120 euros on average, this cross is available at 125 euros I think the choice is quickly made.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

    > Obviously if I can not change mixer (otherwise I will go to rane scratch or Rodec Mr.Porky box is not it? ;-))
    But it is monstrous and do not hesitate if you need to change the crossfader!
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  • El'NeréEl'Neré

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 12/01/07 at 07:08
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    I use it for one month
    Terrible the cutoff point adjustable wish, adaptable on many mixers
    I used the original cross of my vestax for 5 years and it has made me, but I gotta say that with the c XFade see anything, history qques hours and then get used to it ' es madness, orgasmic session limit;)
    We say that c'es a good value for money, j'sitais to buy a new table but the most powerful c then turn left for a good economy
    Clearly
  • FouksFouks

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 01/12/09 at 19:52
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    I have a month ago: cut to hell: D I can blow on the crossfader from left to right dplacer
    no problem at installation in my QFO LE
    I try a lot of other models and it beats them at all points (P & G leave your home and Vestax ^ ^) remains to be seen on the Longva now but certainly incredible flexibility really the best crossfader I've tested so far, most of the package is complete:
    I will repeat that choice in the future as ds will be death: D
  • Anonymous

    Eclecticbreaks Pro X FadePublished on 12/28/09 at 17:17
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    I use it for 8 or 9 months mounted on a vestax pmc 06

    I tried the original cross that was not my vestax top and not very solid (I changed a cross per year), other cross vestax pcv ditto not top, cross the hak 360 ecler: trick crazy but too soft and if I find quite a few others but on tablets of entry-level or so of good restaurants but not long enough to make me notice.

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    What I like most is that it fits on a lot of tables, and frankly this is a cross turie you can settle the level of flexibility.
    I'd say I prefer it to that of the ecler!
    In addition it is very expensive, when I changed I wanted to take a table, jsuis emerged from the shop with a Pro X fade and ultimately that's…
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    I use it for 8 or 9 months mounted on a vestax pmc 06

    I tried the original cross that was not my vestax top and not very solid (I changed a cross per year), other cross vestax pcv ditto not top, cross the hak 360 ecler: trick crazy but too soft and if I find quite a few others but on tablets of entry-level or so of good restaurants but not long enough to make me notice.

    +
    What I like most is that it fits on a lot of tables, and frankly this is a cross turie you can settle the level of flexibility.
    I'd say I prefer it to that of the ecler!
    In addition it is very expensive, when I changed I wanted to take a table, jsuis emerged from the shop with a Pro X fade and ultimately that's changing table!
    -
    What I like least er ... no I do not see for the price there is no photo!

    For now my cross is like the first day I cleaned only once yet we can not say that it was not known reposerr crisis ... remains to be seen over time but it m ' the beefy looks.

    I do not regret this small ultra efficient cross that I recommend to pocesseurs vestax or others. my friend has just changed its vestax and he is not dissatisfied to the contrary!
    I would put a 9 on 10 because there's more (Rane Rodec) level value for money but I am tempted to put 10.
    With experience I will ever be the same choice on it but now I want to move on the gear: the ttm 56 or 57!
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