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    Hey I'm sort of new to doing, and i would like to know, if i wanted to get the control s2, how could i save money for it, and maybe, should i get a different piece of instrument. [i don't think that makes sense at all]

    The s2 bundle with chroma knobs, a rca cable, and dj power tools the one I'm aiming at, and within that price range. k so Bye for now. oh and I'm not too old either. under 15.

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    S2 is your best bet till the end of the month
    $400 for Controller+audio interface+software that costs $200
    and the one from DJTT has extra knobs, audio cables, powertools ect. free!

    Also if looking for cables ever I suggest checking Monoprice.com
    Got some decent rca cables for my S2
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    I mean I want to get the djtt one, butz I need to think of a way to find money, easily.

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    Y u no help

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    Y u no look for solutions?
    ask your parents to lend you some money while you work somewhere to pay them back.
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    Zzounds, talk to parents, mention $100 a month for 4 months for S2
    They will probably be more willing than $400 upfront
    http://www.zzounds.com/item--NINKONTROLS2
    Last edited by MuzicFreq; 03-15-2012 at 02:40 PM.
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    Since you're so young, I highly doubt that DJ'ing is going to be a money-maker for you. So this isn't an investment at the moment - it's a hobby.

    If you're looking for money... find a job. Start mowing or something. You can save up $400 in a month or two rather quickly. Personally, if I were in your situation, I'd look at a cheaper used controller like the Hercules RMX or Numark Mixtrack to get you started for less than half the price.

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    I'm doing djing as a hobby, I'm going to probably start investing when I get older. Thanks for the support tho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitPixel View Post
    I'm mixing as a hobby, I'm going to probably start investing when I get older. Thanks for the support tho!
    fixed
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