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Numark CDN90
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Rackmount DJ Player from Numark belonging to the CDN series.

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  • Numark CDN90Published on 11/15/04 at 10:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello everyone I'm new.
    3j'ai a cdn-90 fly I'd sell to buy me two denon dn-s1000

    I voulai has to know how much I pouvai sell it and if I am right in this fair.

    thank you in advance to all.

    macgear.
  • Numark CDN90Published on 08/25/06 at 09:27
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    I had a CDN-90 for several years, and I'm not mcontent of selling! I did essey several DJs that machine live in their clubs instead of a Denon, Stanton, Pioneer, and all have incredible dtest Instability, he spends his time has changed BPM.

    The CDN-88 (his little brother) is much more stable, but the instability of their BPM is a critical point of these machines. I personally use NDCs for-88 with three cots cratifs Hot Cues and effects. But the NSC-90 despite the updates is a failure.
  • Numark CDN90Published on 10/09/06 at 08:23
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    Hello, I have a 90 cdn for a year. I use it in discomobile is happiness. Perfect, and versatile. It is not even mix properly (c'estpas the pioneer but the fact ca) The effects are nice but not essential.
    Machine only correct and I highly recommend it.
    If I had to redo the chosen one would have for the machine so as impeccable.
  • Numark CDN90Published on 02/14/08 at 05:50
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    I use this product for 5 years and I have no problem with ... I mix two hours per day and for now it delights me! and in the evening it is not fake at all! I do two evenings a month and they are totally in the loop! although some say it's not NUMARK a good brand for now all is well! before I turned the player on an american dj 500 that gave me satisfaction for 4 years and I have to change that to have the master tempo and effects and even then I was told that it was not American Dj serious. I hesitated between the Pioneer CMX 3000 and gemini CD2000 and Denon 2600F. I had my platinum 1200 euros!

    gemini fesait only better! and the quality was less touch! and the reaction time after the......
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    I use this product for 5 years and I have no problem with ... I mix two hours per day and for now it delights me! and in the evening it is not fake at all! I do two evenings a month and they are totally in the loop! although some say it's not NUMARK a good brand for now all is well! before I turned the player on an american dj 500 that gave me satisfaction for 4 years and I have to change that to have the master tempo and effects and even then I was told that it was not American Dj serious. I hesitated between the Pioneer CMX 3000 and gemini CD2000 and Denon 2600F. I had my platinum 1200 euros!

    gemini fesait only better! and the quality was less touch! and the reaction time after the order longer! the denon 2600F was more complicated in the evening I have no time to fight with the user manual for my pioneer the mix was perfect, but I had to buy a table for the effects pioneer ... numark my brief is a good compromise and I would look if I change what numark as it turns nickel!

    Oh yeah I forgot the most important are zozos who want me to believe that a CD player to scratch his foot is! mix of my references are not theirs! I do not ax her, I Bound, I am Caribbean and it's been a ke over there we went to the cd comes out because we do almost nothing except the vinyl sound of Jamaica while the double platinum ke Scratch n ' gadjet is that for me! anyway a scratch on the zouk is blah! I recognize his stall the story mode scratch but fun evening, we ask you to provide, not grandstanding! so keep your readers overpriced and let others make their own opinion! a reference to the mix? the 2600F or 2500F Denon or cdj 500s pioneer of the rest of this Gadget for any ke ki wasting his calaisse!
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