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Reloop RCD 900 S
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Reloop RCD 900 S

Tabletop DJ player from Reloop .

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Reloop RCD 900 SPublished on 09/24/05 at 13:55
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_J'utilise This board for 6 months

_The Platinum trs reliable, the effects are of good quality Intgr INTERESTED and even if some are a little useless ... The samples and cue points are a bit capricious taking hand of the latter two is not empty for a nophyte brand.

_Son Report quality is good even sourtout used this type of platinum sold on ebay
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Reloop RCD 900 SPublished on 11/29/06 at 05:12
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TRS is a good deck, the effects are not bad but not Ceratina gnial or unnecessary. As for the grip, it is quite simple and I did that for two weeks, I know almost dej everything. At trs possibility is complte, Premire me what are my decks and I'm glad trs although they are a little "use".
For beginners as for the pro I think it is one of the best platinum report qualitfonction / price. To advise everyone!
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Reloop RCD 900 SPublished on 02/16/07 at 11:45
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I use it for 4months.

Likes: the sample used in cue point, the many affetti, the drive size: grip.

I do not like: the ridges on the effects (such as flanger) that can remove a boomer!
The effects non paramtrables per tray (in REFERENCE to denon), and especially anti shock that have nothing in the bag! A 2000 lucas drive back and do not read anything!

Report quality price: not so good when you know that the Denon dn s1000 of COST 395 euros and is much better!

No I do not have that choice would do, I turned over to a dns1000 for price and quality manufacturing Despite that small! ...
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I use it for 4months.

Likes: the sample used in cue point, the many affetti, the drive size: grip.

I do not like: the ridges on the effects (such as flanger) that can remove a boomer!
The effects non paramtrables per tray (in REFERENCE to denon), and especially anti shock that have nothing in the bag! A 2000 lucas drive back and do not read anything!

Report quality price: not so good when you know that the Denon dn s1000 of COST 395 euros and is much better!

No I do not have that choice would do, I turned over to a dns1000 for price and quality manufacturing Despite that small!
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  • Manufacturer: Reloop
  • Model: RCD 900 S
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 09/10/2004

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