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    Default would you trust this site for VCI-100?

    *EDIT - site was a scam*
    Last edited by etch; 07-27-2009 at 08:17 PM.
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    if it's too good to be true...

    but seriously, they've been in business since 1997 and only registered their domain last year?

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    Domain ID:D154502375-LROR 
    Domain Name:*Site link removed by DJTT admin*
    Created On:20-Oct-2008 07:45:39 UTC 
    Last Updated On:11-Jun-2009 13:57:58 UTC 
    Expiration Date:20-Oct-2009 07:45:39 UTC 
    Sponsoring Registrar:Directi Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. d/b/a PublicDomainRegistry.com (R27-LROR) 
    Status:OK 
    Registrant ID:PP-SP-001 
    Registrant Name:Domain Admin 
    Registrant Organization:PrivacyProtect.org 
    Registrant Street1:P.O. Box 97 
    Registrant Street2:Note - All Postal Mails Rejected, visit Privacyprotect.org 
    Registrant Street3: 
    Registrant City:Moergestel 
    Registrant State/Province: 
    Registrant Postal Code:5066 ZH 
    Registrant Country:NL 
    Registrant Phone:+45.36946676
    seems fishy to me...
    Last edited by BentoSan; 07-27-2009 at 01:38 PM.

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    I wouldn't do it if they only accept payment via Western Union. Too easy for them to just take your money with no guarantees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiL0 View Post
    if it's too good to be true...
    my thoughts exactly, and thanks for the domain lookup, hadnt occured to me,

    and @ freakuency - yeah also very true,

    right, onwards with the quest to find a 'student friendly' priced VCI-100!
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    try ebay - I got mine factory b-stock for $375 from "unique squared inc."

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Vestax-VCI-100-U...d=p3286.c0.m14

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    Quote Originally Posted by etch View Post
    right, onwards with the quest to find a 'student friendly' priced VCI-100!
    tell me about it bro...

    get on ebay! if you're lucky, you'll get s one for an absolute steal at some point, just be patient

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    Yeah ebay or craiglist is your best bet. I got mine for 275 it was the mixvibes edition and he listed it under vci-100mv so no one jumped on the deal.

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    SCAM SPAM - editing the post so people from DJTT dont get suckered into the site

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    @n2hf1st & belchman & fa5ky - yeah been watching ebay for quite a while, had to let several go because there just outside my price range, title of 'broke student' is soo shite, thanks for the advice, also good to know about the mix vibes edition wasnt aware of that,

    @BentoSan - sorry! had a moment of madness, thinking there was a slim possiblity it was real!

    aye, gotta keep watching and waiting, just irritating because ive got a gig in a couple of months thats much more low profile to stuff normally, so wouldv been a really good opportunity to have given the VCI-100SE its first 'spin' so to speak, i know t scratch pro fairly well in combination with a midi keyboard for effects and loops but feel im gonna want to have some time to really get to know the VCI-100
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    Craigslist is definitely your best bet if you're looking for "student friendly" pricing. I got mine last summer for $200 in perfect working condition. Just a couple of cosmetic scuff marks. If you're getting an overlay from DJTT, even that won't matter.

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