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Reloop RMP-2

Tabletop DJ player from Reloop .

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Reloop RMP-2Published on 05/11/07 at 02:17
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Hello here I'm going to buy me a pair of turntables cd but I hesitate between reloop rmp-2 and Stanton C314 in the lowest price of 500 euros for a deck or do you recommend another chose.Sachant I want have an effect machine and an integrated sampler and I mostly mix of house and electro! Please help me in my choice! Good luck to all!
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" Very Good if one is to use"

Reloop RMP-2Published on 06/25/12 at 00:20
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I try it from a friend there is a more or less a year!
and today I read the reviews on this product and I really laugh about for sure!

yes I try to model many barriers before!
I try a little of all the major brands ... Stanton, Vestax, Pioneer, Denon, Traktor

The highlights that I found are the same as those listed below!
the size of jog ... product size, scratch function ... excellent anti-shock system ..

In short! ...

one weak point that I believe that has not been named is that the screen could have been angled.
yes it is true that BPM is not great but I'm going because I yvais ear.

Well that being said ...
I want to remember some things to say am-dj who......
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I try it from a friend there is a more or less a year!
and today I read the reviews on this product and I really laugh about for sure!

yes I try to model many barriers before!
I try a little of all the major brands ... Stanton, Vestax, Pioneer, Denon, Traktor

The highlights that I found are the same as those listed below!
the size of jog ... product size, scratch function ... excellent anti-shock system ..

In short! ...

one weak point that I believe that has not been named is that the screen could have been angled.
yes it is true that BPM is not great but I'm going because I yvais ear.

Well that being said ...
I want to remember some things to say am-dj who express their discontent about the product:

1 - A CD should not be MP3 if you want good sound. even if the option is being touted by the merchant.

It will destroy the sound quality because the mp3 is compressed, so if you scratch with no surprise if you ca not sound great. The best format is always the WAV, or CD sales!

2 - A CD can not contain 50 Tunes!

you can but it's not supposed to work well. it's like a fridge back in a van! ca is but it's not great! Also do not be surprised that the loading time is long if you did! Yes I agree that this CD is changed boring! But that's life! Otherwise use the usb port

3 - The quality of effects depent in part on the quality of the sound card.

If you use a sound card for $ 50 you will not miracles! I have mine cost me $ 800.00. yes it is dear but I have the quality in return (should not pay too expensive and do this stuff either: P)
for those who are interested in a good sound card: Profire 2626 or if not cheaper brother profire the 610 m-Audio (Avid).

4 - the files on your USB drive should not be in Mp3

5 - The talent of a very good DJ will not mess with a BPM counter not very efficient!

By the way yes some of Pioneer products are very good but I think they are way too expensive!
I am familiar with audio connection because I work in the sound, With Pioneer you paid $ 1,000 (and even 3200, $ 00 and you still have cursed Cinch (RCA) which is supposedly in passing is the worst cable Audio marketed.

So yes Pioneer is good for some things but it should not be devalued other product that are not the same or similar.

In terms of quality / price:
this is good material if used properly and whether the work we do with desire.
this is not the top but it is much better than several base plate in the same price.

With experience I think I'll buy one.
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Reloop RMP-2Published on 11/05/07 at 04:32
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Hello, here's a comment on a flat plate cd reloop RMP2.
has bought 499 new in store.
frankly, do not buy this product, BPM all the time trying to calculate loading and long jen happening is a low-end player.
The very good dj will tell.
Advanced Member reloop not.
buy denon or numark pioneer or
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Reloop RMP-2Published on 11/17/07 at 14:05
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- How long have you use it?

2 months

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

+ Effects effective enough to use
+ Jog quite nice
+ Function scratch convincing
+ + Price

- Sinking cue button on cots
- BPM counter that starts in the cabbage Not infrequently
- Notice symbolic (it gropes to try the functions of the plate)

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

Numark Axis 9

- How do you report qualitprix?

Exellent quality price ratio

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

If I make my purchase at this time, I would hesitate and wait for the strong Pioneer CDJ400.
But to get started in a relatively small......
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- How long have you use it?

2 months

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

+ Effects effective enough to use
+ Jog quite nice
+ Function scratch convincing
+ + Price

- Sinking cue button on cots
- BPM counter that starts in the cabbage Not infrequently
- Notice symbolic (it gropes to try the functions of the plate)

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

Numark Axis 9

- How do you report qualitprix?

Exellent quality price ratio

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

If I make my purchase at this time, I would hesitate and wait for the strong Pioneer CDJ400.
But to get started in a relatively small budget decks with advanced functions, the RELOOP RMP2 are a exellent choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Reloop
  • Model: RMP-2
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2007

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