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  • Neo AngelloNeo Angello

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 12/20/09 at 06:32
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  • SilidroneSilidrone

    A good alternative to Pioneer CDJ

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 07/24/13 at 09:56
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    How long have you use it?

    - Approximately 3 years.


    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    - I already had a Pioneer CDJ 200 bought new and a Reloop RMP2 used, these are my only points of comparison in terms of CD player.


    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    - First of all the price relatively low at the time and I bought this plate is what attracted me first to see options / opportunities it offered (the other model that made me the eye was the CDJ 800, ie a factor of two in terms of price but hearts hearts in terms of possibilities!)

    Its main strength lies in the four hot cue (very accurate), in addition to the opportunity to sample some o…
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    How long have you use it?

    - Approximately 3 years.


    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    - I already had a Pioneer CDJ 200 bought new and a Reloop RMP2 used, these are my only points of comparison in terms of CD player.


    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    - First of all the price relatively low at the time and I bought this plate is what attracted me first to see options / opportunities it offered (the other model that made me the eye was the CDJ 800, ie a factor of two in terms of price but hearts hearts in terms of possibilities!)

    Its main strength lies in the four hot cue (very accurate), in addition to the opportunity to sample some of the songs and multiple effects that offers the C324.
    The touch jog is no exception!

    The appearance of the plate throws must still admit it is rather nice to look at and touch, too! I love the feeling "rubber" flexible of all buttons, it is a question of feeling.

    The jog is fun to use, can be a "soft" hair? I have a point of comparison with the Reloop RMP2, which I find horrible to use jog, and with the CDJ 200 (which in a very shabby jog aluminum, ridiculous enough for a platinum worth € 500 new! ).

    To scratch I think it takes some time to adapt, but it is more (PioPio done better I think with the CDJ 800) but since I do not scratch it is not a weak point for me, the timing vinyl mode is very fun to use even if it has nothing to do with real vinyl feel.

    At fault, the main thing for me is the access to the songs on MP3 CD temp is veeeeeery long compared to my Pioneer!
    Be between 7 and 15s when the CD is inserted before navigate between tracks, it is not always suitable for the fast and technical mixes, must be taken into account .... This is a little better with the original CD but not exceptional (when I see that some users find it fast, I would not go so far ... it's still a failure ^ ^).

    There are also effects which are not at all easy to use, it is mandatory to pre-set the latencies for each mode in order to stick to the tempo of the songs under penalty of having very unpleasant shifts .... there is a dial that adjusts all that but do live becomes ridiculously complicated!
    Me that mixes almost exclusively drum'n'bass or similar, I made my presets once at the beginning, so I'm not pissed off: every time I launch an effect it is always perfectly synchronized with my tracks by one against which mixes different styles in different tempos going badly galleys ....

    The holding time is not bad for me, it seems that some users have their misadventures with the optical block (among others), I have no worries with this model since the first day I ' is connected, yet I use it very regularly (on average 1 hour per day, almost without interruption) in a smoky and often conducive to clogging by dust (not much I know environment, but I speak regularly and protects it when I do not use it ^ ^).

    If can be a drawback, the "play" button is very busy at times I have little trouble contacts that can be quite embarrassing .... However, it's been months since I did not have the worries!

    I forgot: the fast forward / rewind are very unpleasant to use ... but little trick: use the feed button + turn the jog at the same time to speed it all, like the other way :)


    How would you rate the quality / price?

    - Very correct, at the time an excellent alternative to CDJ 800 to name a few.


    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    - Today, new standards have emerged, I think including the CDJ 350 that are more complete and probably better finished, but it is also the world as the Numark NDX that came out later, although with appearance / finish rather doubtful, they can be interesting just for their USB port but I think it's still a notch below the overall Stanton to see ...

    To summarize, the C324 are a very good alternative for those who are getting into the mix CD cheaply, they are still valid and in good condition pair is trading around € 400/450 (sometimes less), I say without taking too much risk would merit its 7/10 :)
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  • UvoUvo

    A regrettable purchase

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 01/24/12 at 12:46
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    I pass the details on the functions, effects, ergonomics are very good etc but I want to tell you about the quality of the stuff -> ie to shit!

    I bought a pair, after 9 months of a two stranded breaks (bp lens). I am the change, but six months later, the new one + also have the problem (overnight). Rest Assured therefore the ball.

    Note that I am someone who takes great care of the equipment and I use good quality discs.

    So thank you for allowing me to Stanton turntables sold the 800 euros for a period of approximately one year.
  • stantonboystantonboy

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 05/20/08 at 18:16
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    - How long have you use it?
    Since three weeks
    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    The pros: The load times cd
    Sampler function
    Effects with adjustable jog
    The -: The fast forward is very slow ...
    The touch buttons is not very pleasant
    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Of Pioneer CDJ1000 mkIII
    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Good but fast forward is really a very negative
    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    With another budget I turn towards the pioneer but I would do this choice because for € 1000 (both) are very good turntables
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    - How long have you use it?
    Since three weeks
    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    The pros: The load times cd
    Sampler function
    Effects with adjustable jog
    The -: The fast forward is very slow ...
    The touch buttons is not very pleasant
    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Of Pioneer CDJ1000 mkIII
    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Good but fast forward is really a very negative
    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    With another budget I turn towards the pioneer but I would do this choice because for € 1000 (both) are very good turntables
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  • ToughTough

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 05/22/08 at 14:54
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    Stantonboy, you have to press fast forward and turn the jog at the same time (normal mode) and fast forward will drlement s'acclrer.
    Otherwise I have the C313, trs good cam that has been proven and I think my next will be the ones that I test in the store and well worth the turntables pioneer or prices are multiplied s by 2.
  • rollyfxrollyfx

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 11/26/08 at 03:55
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    3 months of use 1 / 2 hour to 1 hour a night to relax.

    Despite its somewhat plastic it is very pleasant to the touch.

    I bought a pair with a numark 5000 fx, sound was not great but by plugging the turntable directly to my amp I realized it was not that stanton kidding.

    The pitch is not as accurate as piopio CDJ1000 but the guys should be compared at the same price eh ;-)

    The simple but effective sound effects. It has a small loading time (2-3 seconds) but nothing serious.

    I think for a mix to start as an amateur or value for money is excellent.

    I would make a return in a few months to give you my feeling on his way to age.
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    3 months of use 1 / 2 hour to 1 hour a night to relax.

    Despite its somewhat plastic it is very pleasant to the touch.

    I bought a pair with a numark 5000 fx, sound was not great but by plugging the turntable directly to my amp I realized it was not that stanton kidding.

    The pitch is not as accurate as piopio CDJ1000 but the guys should be compared at the same price eh ;-)

    The simple but effective sound effects. It has a small loading time (2-3 seconds) but nothing serious.

    I think for a mix to start as an amateur or value for money is excellent.

    I would make a return in a few months to give you my feeling on his way to age.
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  • dj speak fantadj speak fanta

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 02/06/09 at 12:11
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    How long have you use it?

    4 months

    What is so special that you like most and least?

    large area of ​​work and effect sympatie

    is that I like least?

    the fact that the button that turns on if you're not in a dark or less
    enlighten you do not know if it is on or off

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    yes

    How would you rate the quality / price

    very good

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    yes sertainement with the same budjet
  • djtefdjtef

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 03/24/09 at 13:44
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    Deja, I use it only to spend Accapellas so I do not use it as my CDJ400. I've had 6 months.
    I was looking for a deck with many points and cue sampler, hot cues, adjustable stop reading ...
    Cot jog, I find it a little soft, rather I use the pitch bend buttons for + / - but a caller cue point is prcis (stuttering impeccable). As for the scratch is not bad but I do not use it much.
    Cot pitch, master tempo (or key lock) works well and does not PForm sound. For not as prcis against Pioneer (not even in 0.1 + / - 6%)
    The effects are cumulative and very Russian but can not set a purpose before you start, it's a shame!
    BPM works well with one digit after the decimal point.
    The buttons a…
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    Deja, I use it only to spend Accapellas so I do not use it as my CDJ400. I've had 6 months.
    I was looking for a deck with many points and cue sampler, hot cues, adjustable stop reading ...
    Cot jog, I find it a little soft, rather I use the pitch bend buttons for + / - but a caller cue point is prcis (stuttering impeccable). As for the scratch is not bad but I do not use it much.
    Cot pitch, master tempo (or key lock) works well and does not PForm sound. For not as prcis against Pioneer (not even in 0.1 + / - 6%)
    The effects are cumulative and very Russian but can not set a purpose before you start, it's a shame!
    BPM works well with one digit after the decimal point.
    The buttons are soft, I'm not a fan too but the release is instantaneous then a password.
    Cot display not clear, it should look a little better to see the plate but complete information is Submitted.
    Otherwise the manual is in English, I found the net in french but not complete but it is essential for many functions not found as a (for some, you have to press two buttons) even some functions are not even registered in the manual (such as backup samples or cue when the complexion Platoche)
    Otherwise it is quite impressive (level size), when I reu, I did not think it was as big, a little strange doing a cot for my CDJ400.
    The loading of CDs is fast (I do not use the mp3) and read correctly even cds grav faster (48x).
    Its level is perfect (I did not test on a super loud sound system has to REALLY see the diffrence).

    So for résumé for my usefulness (effects, sampler and cue points) I'm happy, it offers more features than the Pioneer and especially less CHRE (380)

    ps: on the other hand I have a little trouble with the loop because I can not remember when I left when I press reloop to bring me back my point of but it does re not the loop (and reloop is displayed on the screen). If someone could tell me how he does it, thank you.
    http://www.myspace.com/djtef
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  • LegalizLegaliz

    Very average ...

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 03/22/11 at 08:26
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    - For how long have you been using it?
    It is now a little over a year.

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Yes, Numark Axis 9, CDJ 400, CDJ 200, CDJ 1000 MK3.

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The PLUS: Beautiful design, effects quite nice, although very few practices ... Especially the 4 hot cue form pad in front of the plate is really great and very convenient (for acapellas is ideal) is the big plus of this plate.
    Cons: very fragile platinum! The master tempo distorts the sound (when we mix of progressive, it's really annoying) After 8 months, the buttons are struggling to react, especially play and cue (buttons flexible, not very pleasant). And f…
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    - For how long have you been using it?
    It is now a little over a year.

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Yes, Numark Axis 9, CDJ 400, CDJ 200, CDJ 1000 MK3.

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The PLUS: Beautiful design, effects quite nice, although very few practices ... Especially the 4 hot cue form pad in front of the plate is really great and very convenient (for acapellas is ideal) is the big plus of this plate.
    Cons: very fragile platinum! The master tempo distorts the sound (when we mix of progressive, it's really annoying) After 8 months, the buttons are struggling to react, especially play and cue (buttons flexible, not very pleasant). And finally, after a year of use, the block reading dropped.
    I still want to say I'm really careful, I do not smoke, I did almost not move, I'm not an addict "cue" ... And I do not use it excessively.

    I am really disappointed with my purchase .. With the experience I have now: It is better to save longer, and type in the Pioneer, rather than bother with the rest ...

    - What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Since it lasted only 13 months, it is not worth at all its 370 €

    - Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    Absolutely not!

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  • LegalizLegaliz

    Trs way ...

    Stanton Magnetics C.324Published on 10/19/10 at 04:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - For how long have you been using it?
    It is now a little over a year.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Yes, Numark Axis 9, CDJ 400, CDJ 200, CDJ 1000 MK3.

    - What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
    The PLUS: Nice design, cool effects PLUTT, although very inconvenient ... Especially the 4 cue points as a pad in front of the plate is really great and very convenient (for acapellas is ideal) is the big plus of this plate.
    Cons: very very fragile platinum! The master tempo PForm sound (when we mix of progressive, it's really trsgnant) After 8 months, the buttons are struggling ragir, especially play and cue. And finally, APRS one year of use, the read bl…
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    - For how long have you been using it?
    It is now a little over a year.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Yes, Numark Axis 9, CDJ 400, CDJ 200, CDJ 1000 MK3.

    - What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
    The PLUS: Nice design, cool effects PLUTT, although very inconvenient ... Especially the 4 cue points as a pad in front of the plate is really great and very convenient (for acapellas is ideal) is the big plus of this plate.
    Cons: very very fragile platinum! The master tempo PForm sound (when we mix of progressive, it's really trsgnant) After 8 months, the buttons are struggling ragir, especially play and cue. And finally, APRS one year of use, the read block which lach.
    I would say that even when I'm really very careful, I do not smoke, I did not almost displaces I'm not an addict "cue" ... And I do not use it excessively.

    I am really with my purchase .. With the experience I have now: It is better SAVE longer, and type in the Pioneer up, rather than s'embter with the rest ...

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    Since it lasted only 13 months, it is not worth at all its 400

    - With the exprience, you do again this election?
    Absolutely not!





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