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    djkit.com are excellent, my first port of call!

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    Still bad to see shops like this closing down though, if chemical records shut down id be pretty screwed
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    Quote Originally Posted by zimfella View Post
    Even if they were still going I'd never buy anything from them again. Every time I have there has been issues as well as really slow delivery times.
    Agreed, ever since vinyl for sale via the internet HTFR have always been expensive and delivery slow. I remember when Juno came in to existance, simple, text based website, good pricing and great delivery - the new benchmark. Also used Uptown and GlobalGroove (who'd play tunes down the phone to you from the shop - ace, but expensive phone bill!)

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    Geeze and oldskool company like that........... well they are pricey. I remember them in the 90's as one of the best for stocking stuff. But times change.

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    I used to shop there but had a few problems with items in stock, I took a complete new system out on finance and they only had half the items in stock. I demanded that the finance to be cancelled and that took forever. Once it was all sorted i never wanted to shop there again. So it forced me to look elsewhere. I found this other shop called matthews electronics, They stocked pretty much everything htfr did but had it in stock, they have also got a website not always up to date but they have stock. freindly staff aswell i think there website is www.4dj.co.uk

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    It looks like they sold off the gear part of the business and are just selling records now...
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    shame... pretty sure that's where i drove up to to buy my 1200's a long long time ago...
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