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dj d a m dj d a m
Publié le 10/10/06 à 07:19
I bought three boxes of this type there are now 6 months. What I look for first in a cell has: the quality of his, kept a good groove and comfort of use (I scratch and mix of electronic music). Comparison with two other models dj utiliss (Concorde scratch djs and consistent): the sound is similar to that of the djs (and much better than the scratch), the fit is less mdium dedant and the bass and treble are prcis and further, the groove is held at the same djs and is a less well than the scratch, the same comfort and scratch DJs but more upscale in design.
Basically I was looking for a cell with the best quality of sound / light in my groove and found happiness at the price o one can touch it in Germany worth.

PS: j'tais tent by the elektro but his cot boom boom does not suit, seeking the plutt Fidler and precision over the entire spectrum and also to reduce the risk of rumble due pronounced accentuation of low frequencies.
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