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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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fcha 301 fcha 301

«  simply very good and clear even on the funk! »

Publié le 09/19/10 à 07:25
ras, I use them for over a year at home in benefits, with a xone 92, sound quality and mix on top, winning almost zero on the table to be at zero db, therefore, quite margin when the CDs were not the potato. and, I think thrush is the best I've used, (known for having bought bst cdd 205c, 356, ds my first (bin koi ?)§!....( is made with means to start !) oxo Chesley (copy of the 500 at the time) 2600F denon, numark axis 9, denon dns 3500, and now with my technics 1210mk2, AND .... the miles MK3! rebuild ouaich without hesitation. little snag from the price, quickly forgotten is no possibility to control a PC, after is the new 2000, waiting to see what happens and how it ages, which will take place.aprés we'll see the table ... and everything else.
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