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Publié le 08/27/08 à 09:10
Audience: Beginners
- How long have you use it?
For 6 months.

- What is so special that you love
- Plus:
MP3 playback, the three cue points (possible to put them on the fly), afichage the title music for MP3 CDs, ergonomics, the ability to change the exit point of a loop.
- The Cons:
That the BPM to be more precise, the scratch which is zero as it must Apuy Bourin order stops the song and do not talk to scratch, explaining the instructions wrong, the few bugs (uncommon anyway) and Durt buttons.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Not much, two models:
The numark axis 9 of which are very well but do not read MP3 (shame)
The Pioneer CDJ-400 that there are top but it is not the same price

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Very good its been 6 months of happiness in their companie =) and I do not regret my purchase

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Ben ... Platinum is a very good for beginners who do not seek a super scratch! But now that I progressed I was a model passers above.
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