Vci 100 vd dj2 vs vci 300
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    Default Vci 100 vd dj2 vs vci 300

    Hi all,
    completely new here and in digital djing.
    Been using cd and vinyl for a decade so thought to move up a bit.
    With traktor which of the above would give me the fewest problems?
    Thank you

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    have you considered timecode vinyl?
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    hi,
    not really.....

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    what style of djing are you into? mix, scratch, some variation of the two or what?
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    Just mixing, sold my cd players and turn tables btw so i am left with the pc....

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    With your original question in mind, I would imagine the VCI-100SE would be the best fit with Traktor.

    That being said, there is a lot going for the VCI-300 and ITCH as well.
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    ok thanks but whats the difference in the SE?

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    clicked the add and found out

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