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  • xoroxoro

    Audiophony CD-2220Published on 07/15/03 at 07:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have the 2250 version and frankly there is nothing wrong, if not a little limited, no anti chock, no perfect loop

    Otherwise a set of these details, there is nothing wrong, this bike works very well and without problem
  • FifanFifan

    Audiophony CD-2220Published on 02/24/04 at 04:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a fairly standard double platinum but works well for a price plutt done everything honorable ... advise all beginners who do not want to ruin.
  • djmatt76djmatt76

    Audiophony CD-2220Published on 01/31/07 at 11:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I was going to do four years I have never had a breast and the Beast runs trs pity he did not buckle or otherwise pitch perfect ragisse trs well and good for beginners who want to be in. But today ruuiner prfr decks with effects
  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Audiophony CD-2220Published on 12/09/08 at 06:31
    (Originally written by xav69/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I bought this CD 2220 from a night club that closed down.

    So I didn't expect a lot regarding its condition and durability.

    After three years the device still works very good!

    I've never had any problem with it.

    It's definitely a reference regarding reliability.

    Nowadays where perfect loops and effects are hip, people often forget that a good DJ must first master how to sync songs. And for that you don't need a lot of gear, only pitch and bend controls.

    A few days ago I noticed the first defect: the second CD tray wasn't reliable anymore. But nothing fatal, I just cleaned up the unit and it worked perfectly again (…
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    (Originally written by xav69/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I bought this CD 2220 from a night club that closed down.

    So I didn't expect a lot regarding its condition and durability.

    After three years the device still works very good!

    I've never had any problem with it.

    It's definitely a reference regarding reliability.

    Nowadays where perfect loops and effects are hip, people often forget that a good DJ must first master how to sync songs. And for that you don't need a lot of gear, only pitch and bend controls.

    A few days ago I noticed the first defect: the second CD tray wasn't reliable anymore. But nothing fatal, I just cleaned up the unit and it worked perfectly again (it was the first time I cleaned it in three years).
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