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Reloop RP-2000 MK3 S
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Reloop RP-2000 MK3 S

Turntable from Reloop belonging to the RP series.

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pengoo pengoo
Publié le 08/03/06 à 01:06
Value For Money : Excellent
I use these plates for 1 year. In the era, a large novice j'tais vinyl and it gave me in exchange for services rendered, so has suited me well trs.
Say they are not made for pro use, lack of torque and a few small dsagrments perplexing that can (sort Systm lifting one arm who died a few Yadji time).
Otherwise, the rgonomie is well known amatteurs Technics. The LED is able to spring up instead of being hydrolic, the pitch is not forcment trs prcis ... We will say that it is quite modest rplique at lower cost, ideal for beginners who want the vinyl without breaking the bank (but it will pass if you want bigger or persvrer then keep them for training).
A good price for a quality second set of turntables or beginners.
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