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Pioneer CDJ-1000 MK3
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Pioneer CDJ-1000 MK3

Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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anthonyriderdj67 anthonyriderdj67

«  the best the market yet maitenant »

Published on 11/11/12 at 03:29
I utlise since 2009

i esseyt nouveux the model cdj 850 900 2000 and 2000 nexus

most it is just a sublime platinum which all correct if the dj desu and good biensure

month bun Setting the usb but I think has not used much or afternoon but likes to fake it by computer and never as a shelter of dun beg windows or mac

Platinum is the rest day the best ever made by the pioneer 2000 took desu e maisj since 2011 is a shame because its already 15 years peuve say dj platinum sincro all because she is not even sure pioneer with its apparel e large ecrand the cdj 2000 REVEE which is true, but if not the rest remains on autent 1000MK3

I would choose to do so time pioneer not platinum as well as 1000MK3
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