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  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 07/11/06 at 11:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very well, no problem,
  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 09/03/06 at 14:46
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    Test http://www.davidgrillat.com heading "matod dj"!
  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 07/05/13 at 12:50
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    Hello, I have one and it works well, it does not damage the MP3.
  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 04/22/06 at 03:02
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    How long have you use it?
    I use it for some time that is 4 Months.

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    Most is the size of the plate
    The 4 Cue Points
    Its hard to pitch a little more precision and facilitbr /> to a mix.
    The size of the wheel handle easy to wedge a cue point
    We also like the effects numrique DIFFERENT. The effect is truly Scratch
    terrible one dconcertante ease.
    And his skull rtro light blue.

    So to say the least, I do not see much, indeed may be
    numrique some effects of the plate a little way.
    And also his drawers To insert the CD a shame.

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Plates for Simple, Not much but I......
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    How long have you use it?
    I use it for some time that is 4 Months.

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    Most is the size of the plate
    The 4 Cue Points
    Its hard to pitch a little more precision and facilitbr /> to a mix.
    The size of the wheel handle easy to wedge a cue point
    We also like the effects numrique DIFFERENT. The effect is truly Scratch
    terrible one dconcertante ease.
    And his skull rtro light blue.

    So to say the least, I do not see much, indeed may be
    numrique some effects of the plate a little way.
    And also his drawers To insert the CD a shame.

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Plates for Simple, Not much but I try Denon
    DNS-1000 a few prs platinum equivalent because I had a small
    hsitation between 2 and well I fell for the Stanton. The C304
    impossable and is much easier to handle thanks her
    Over-sized wheel.

    I think the report is qualitPrix intrssant trs, compared
    Capacity of the plate. Platinum is one that I highly recommend
    for budget and fans in the Contents. It will be you
    be filled and the height of its performance.

    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
    I think so but it is more intrssant to have a pair of C304
    to maximize its capabilities and s'clater with during your
    evening.
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  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 07/22/06 at 05:54
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    I use it for about two mois.aucun problem!

    the most:
    size (comparable to a cdj 1000)
    fairly precise pitch, master tempo (key lock) is Excellent when you are in +
    but the noise is heard metal in the least from -5%
    echo and filter effects
    the large jog
    loops, cue points and 4

    Cons:
    Heavy plate
    the sampler is difficult to take charge
    The effect settings.
    finish quality, the buttons and play platisques cue that "part of the sides"
    and the largest default the drawer! for that price he'll have a meter could eat disc type from that of the pioneer!

    jai already had the opportunity to mix on cdj 1000 mk2 cdj 800 and it is incomparablent but hey, I pocéde an axis 9......
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    I use it for about two mois.aucun problem!

    the most:
    size (comparable to a cdj 1000)
    fairly precise pitch, master tempo (key lock) is Excellent when you are in +
    but the noise is heard metal in the least from -5%
    echo and filter effects
    the large jog
    loops, cue points and 4

    Cons:
    Heavy plate
    the sampler is difficult to take charge
    The effect settings.
    finish quality, the buttons and play platisques cue that "part of the sides"
    and the largest default the drawer! for that price he'll have a meter could eat disc type from that of the pioneer!

    jai already had the opportunity to mix on cdj 1000 mk2 cdj 800 and it is incomparablent but hey, I pocéde an axis 9 and two turntables stanton t 80
    vinyl.

    value for money is a little excesif.
    for the same price you can buy a pioneer in cdj200
    whose quality is best and useless features are not present

    I will not repeat the experience with the choice, but c is a very good deck even when
    It can do many things but we must not see that on the aesthetic features and the number we must also look finish.
    and yes the c.304 reads cdr, but not cdr.w
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  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 07/17/06 at 10:16
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    Hi everyone, having already two CDJ1000, and as I did a lot of festival, I need four more decks to set ... In short, I plan to buy 304 C, only problem, all my playlist are sent by the DJ CD, CD-R ... So knowing that it does not read MP3, does it read when the same CD-R,-RW?

    Here, thank you in advance!
  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 06/18/07 at 18:55
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    - I use this board for over a year.

    - I love the plastic look anything deserves to be a little better, stripes appear over time. The screen quite readable.
    The buttons are well placed, the 4 banks are great cue.
    The accolades stop there, the accuracy of pitch is poor, in 0.1 is insufficient to DJ a house / electro.
    Not rely scratch with the sound that it is bogus. Stalled for a bit difficult to use the wheel it speeds up or slows down too much the song, for against the pitch bend is perfect. The key lock out sound very bad, to banish!
    It's simple on this board I never use the wheel it is useless.
    As for effects, they are rather bad, the flanger is just saturated. I use the......
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    - I use this board for over a year.

    - I love the plastic look anything deserves to be a little better, stripes appear over time. The screen quite readable.
    The buttons are well placed, the 4 banks are great cue.
    The accolades stop there, the accuracy of pitch is poor, in 0.1 is insufficient to DJ a house / electro.
    Not rely scratch with the sound that it is bogus. Stalled for a bit difficult to use the wheel it speeds up or slows down too much the song, for against the pitch bend is perfect. The key lock out sound very bad, to banish!
    It's simple on this board I never use the wheel it is useless.
    As for effects, they are rather bad, the flanger is just saturated. I use the echo.
    The bpm counter is a disaster, I mix to the ear so it does not matter, but for a good bpm effects is needed. Bpm tap feature is there to let off steam, but sometimes it does not work.
    The fast forward is not practical.
    The sampler, simply unnecessary and useless, too complicated.
    Finally the soles of both platinum without reason, it turns off / on again briefly. The only remedy left to rest 10 minutes disconnect. Fortunately it never happened to me live!

    In summary this model I use the play / pause button, cue the banks, pitch, pitch bend, and the echo effect. The rest is either unusable or bug! A C.303 under what I would have made this skate well enough.
    - From this model, I used to complement a C314 with significant improvements (see my review above).
    And if I had the opportunity to test a Pioneer CDJ-200 and CDJ-800MK2.

    - The price / quality ratio is rather poor medium or the same price you have a CDJ-200, super reliable, super accurate with no useless function.

    - This board allowed me to get started, if you know stalling on this machine you know stalling on any CD player flat!
    I just ordered the CDJ-800MK2 can finally stop worrying about the plate but that of my mixes.
    I do not advise anyone to go for this level of budget for the CDJ-200!
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  • Stanton Magnetics C.304Published on 07/05/07 at 08:23
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    - How long have you use it?
    3 months

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    (+) Effects, the memory cue, the loop end. and scratch.
    (-) I do not see much ...

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I owned a stanton C.303 was also very good but a bit simple. Otherwise I tested a Pioneer CDJ 1000 is also very good but I find
    the price a bit excessive.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Excellent
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