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Pioneer CDJ-1000
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Pioneer CDJ-1000

Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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fontainois69 fontainois69
Published on 02/07/05 at 06:15
This is not to teriible bought a platinum as when we see in our day what there is on the market ...
Tro pe .... The touch functionality is not teriible .... In short track your way ... not very nice .... /////
I forget to say in response to the message above o envi ... your den to your job lol there ac their trade depui lontps .. and djing c po pr .... the kid will progress and after vien ... here to tell his e mail ...!
My word you work at technics or what ???? It's not worth putting
crap on other boards, it's not a pro and more fake all,
so if it is to write anything, it was you who had better draw
your way ...... I knew that there was a fountain idiots now I am
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ki a guy so connai minimum will say pa ke fountain there are con ki do not mix .. save; t ki blok rest are on their povre platinum .. pity you fai ... returns a childish t ....! I knew i pa for the polimik avk you t platinum pe you sell them and encor will be wrong onete!
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