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BST Cleving 148
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Tabletop DJ player from BST belonging to the Cleving series.

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  • dave4dave4

    BST Cleving 148Published on 02/14/06 at 09:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bon ben comentaire not veiled, I had a friend who had one and .... It almost never happens to run! he returned four times already and still do not work! This means that the SAV ... in the ass! That said I have to try some day she would walk (it's quite rare though) and it really is not great!
  • bbros1bbros1

    BST Cleving 148Published on 04/07/08 at 12:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I totally disagree with postsprécédents .. I have these plates since I started. after .. it depends not be the series but I guarantee you that I have never created problems for once. This is a product that is correct and the effects are nice (filter flanger) and add that the handling is more intuitive. in short a very nice little toy for beginers who made me takes off in the djing .. While we do not keep a lifetime (pioneer forces) but I am very happy at all .. salutaions
  • x-ratedx-rated

    BST Cleving 148Published on 04/07/08 at 12:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This CD player is flat not quite so bad as the previous posts seem to say. Material is quite correct, designed for DJs who start the mix. No problem noticed. Just know to take care of his equipment and not to go as a "nag" no less.
    This plate is made for beginners because its interface is pretty well thought. The main functions that a DJ needs to know are present: Pitch bend, jog, Scratch, manual BPM, Tempo Master, FXs and so on. Also the handling is quick and intuitive. No need to get a diploma engineer to understand how it works.

    In short, these plates are made to teach you the main concepts of the mix. And given the price, it's not such a big investment. ;)
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    This CD player is flat not quite so bad as the previous posts seem to say. Material is quite correct, designed for DJs who start the mix. No problem noticed. Just know to take care of his equipment and not to go as a "nag" no less.
    This plate is made for beginners because its interface is pretty well thought. The main functions that a DJ needs to know are present: Pitch bend, jog, Scratch, manual BPM, Tempo Master, FXs and so on. Also the handling is quick and intuitive. No need to get a diploma engineer to understand how it works.

    In short, these plates are made to teach you the main concepts of the mix. And given the price, it's not such a big investment. ;)
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