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Turntable from Numark belonging to the TT series

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  • dj breakbeatdj breakbeat

    Numark TT200 DPublished on 05/02/06 at 23:53
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    Must stop messing around la.d agree it is nice but the bottom c'estde platine.c this shit is the little sister of the TT500 and TTX as you dis.Perso I do not take it as a compliment. TT500: engine rotten and arms not great.
    ttx: digital and kidding with everyone wins.
    I saw a ttx or the engine was not bloqué.il touran more even with the main.c is to say.

    so I think that the TT200 is well worth the mk2.
  • DraazDraaz

    Numark TT200 DPublished on 10/27/07 at 05:18
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    It's been three years since I have the numark (3 decks including 2 that fail) and I regret having bought this brand.
    This plate has a pretty face, a few gadgets, an ultra pitch, Digital .... numark
    is a registered U.S. but all its parts are made cheaply in Asia, in short, TTX is a beautiful apple, but rotten inside that could make return in SAV.
    It's been nine years and I use MK2 tecknics mix for 7 years without any failures and vestax 5 years without any failures and numark was the turn of the last 3 years and failures.
    the price / quality ratio is good compared to technics, but for a repair of a TTX am asked 380 Euros (the balls )..... even for 200 euros I want to.
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    It's been three years since I have the numark (3 decks including 2 that fail) and I regret having bought this brand.
    This plate has a pretty face, a few gadgets, an ultra pitch, Digital .... numark
    is a registered U.S. but all its parts are made cheaply in Asia, in short, TTX is a beautiful apple, but rotten inside that could make return in SAV.
    It's been nine years and I use MK2 tecknics mix for 7 years without any failures and vestax 5 years without any failures and numark was the turn of the last 3 years and failures.
    the price / quality ratio is good compared to technics, but for a repair of a TTX am asked 380 Euros (the balls )..... even for 200 euros I want to.
    The Platinum is the best MK2 certainly it is simple, it is expensive, but the life you ........ ENJOY TECHNICS
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