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Gemini DJ CDJ 650
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Gemini DJ CDJ 650

Tabletop DJ player from Gemini DJ .

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" Bad"

Gemini DJ CDJ 650Published on 11/29/13 at 03:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I used 6 months, as the third stage.
I use Denon DNS 1200 home and Pioneer CDJ 850 in the evening.

Most:
- The price
- Color screen, small but usable form Wave
- USB playback, fast and reliable.
- Possible use with Traktor / Virtual DJ / Serato (not tested)
- Jog: resistant enough, I like

Least:
- Design: very plastic, the quality is not that more pros brands
- The Hot cues and loop functions: very ergonomic, but still usable
- Sound card: Sound is too strong, making it necessary to mount the hugely gain on the table, making the equalization gains not compatible with a plate of another brand

Conclusion:
I used it as the third stage, mainly for accapelas, and......
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I used 6 months, as the third stage.
I use Denon DNS 1200 home and Pioneer CDJ 850 in the evening.

Most:
- The price
- Color screen, small but usable form Wave
- USB playback, fast and reliable.
- Possible use with Traktor / Virtual DJ / Serato (not tested)
- Jog: resistant enough, I like

Least:
- Design: very plastic, the quality is not that more pros brands
- The Hot cues and loop functions: very ergonomic, but still usable
- Sound card: Sound is too strong, making it necessary to mount the hugely gain on the table, making the equalization gains not compatible with a plate of another brand

Conclusion:
I used it as the third stage, mainly for accapelas, and it is not that (gain, hot cues, ...)
I still recommend it for DJs who want to start
- For its price, and choosing two CDJ 650
- Because it is compatible traktor / serato etc, which allows a PC / CD smooth transition
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" Excellent!"

Gemini DJ CDJ 650Published on 04/21/13 at 03:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
How long have you use it? February 2013

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Plus: jog correct size - Screen - reactivity of platinum
The least: Charging time USB and CD

Have you tried many other models before buying it? Not turntables but controllers

How would you rate the quality / price? fine

With experience, you do again this choice? Yes, no problem. I recommend it for users who do occasional evenings
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  • Manufacturer: Gemini DJ
  • Model: CDJ 650
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2012

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