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Vestax PDX-A1 MK2
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Turntable from Vestax belonging to the PDX series.

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  • tboildtboild

    Vestax PDX-A1 MK2Published on 12/29/04 at 14:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Despite its sober in its wooden hull and simplicity of its foctions (33T-45T, + -10% pitch) it provides serious night because it does not move even a fold in a session scratch pork; nan frankly I am proud of my titin! lol ...
  • ninjafadaninjafada

    Vestax PDX-A1 MK2Published on 09/01/05 at 18:36
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    I would drop it for the world,
    lots of torque, has not move,
    8 because the stop is a bit allatoire.
  • Anonymous

    Vestax PDX-A1 MK2Published on 04/30/08 at 10:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Here, two weeks that I have this little jewelry
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    "It is a perfect platinum hip hop, scratch, pass pass, but a bit more difficult for the mix because his pitch is most accurate. But not the problem of registration plate. And yes, it's vestax, the brand has not betray his reputation. The aesthetic is simple, but it n'enpeche not the fact that it is a very nice deck with its wooden hull and a V profile We can still blamed a lack of rigidity in the arm but it does not move in a little scratch.
    </ul>
    I own previously Stanton STR8 80, and I tried the Technics MK2, but it is far from the resemblance is a platinum do anything that requires a bit of patience certe at the beginning because th…
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    Here, two weeks that I have this little jewelry
    <ul>
    "It is a perfect platinum hip hop, scratch, pass pass, but a bit more difficult for the mix because his pitch is most accurate. But not the problem of registration plate. And yes, it's vestax, the brand has not betray his reputation. The aesthetic is simple, but it n'enpeche not the fact that it is a very nice deck with its wooden hull and a V profile We can still blamed a lack of rigidity in the arm but it does not move in a little scratch.
    </ul>
    I own previously Stanton STR8 80, and I tried the Technics MK2, but it is far from the resemblance is a platinum do anything that requires a bit of patience certe at the beginning because the touch n has nothing to do. The compromise between flexibility and torque is amazing.
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    -The price is very reasonable I think for a deck that is becoming rare on the market. Do not look new, there is more in store! And report quality price, vestax the same, we are in the high-end must not be forgotten.
    -I would do this hsiter chosen without, even if it took me a bit of getting used to the sensitivity of the pitch and the plate (at the beginning, no way to calibrate 2 zik). But I'm really not in my shop ...
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    -I put 8 because I think we can do better now, but must hold still ...
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