Thoughts on the Pioneer CDJ-350 & DJM-350
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    Default Thoughts on the Pioneer CDJ-350 & DJM-350

    I would like some opinion's here if this combo is any good.

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    I can get this whole set brand new for 500 $ just wondering if it's good quality?

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    the whole set? 2 cdjs and mixer? Even though the its not the best thats a good deal imo.

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    Yeah i can get both cdj's and the mixer for $500 does the mixer have good sound quality?

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    I think i might just buy the whole set and get a different mixer i dont like the djm 350.

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    Mixers ok. it doesn't have hook up to trs or xlr, so its not gonna hook up to big systems. The sound is alright, not huge, but its a decent mixer. For the price you can beat that though. THe CDJ jogs are kinda crappy but the usb drive is huge.

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    if you can get djm and cdjs 350 all for $500 new, do it. that seems too good to be true though so be careful

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    Dont worry lol this deal is legit. Are these jogs decent for scratching?

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    I was thinking since the mixer doesn't have trs or xlr could i just use a adapter?

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    I would imagine that the jog wheels wouldn't be ideal for scratching, but then the ideal for scratching would be a good DVS anyway.

    I had the CDJ 350's. I bought them as I had taken an 8 year gap from DJ-ing, and decided I didn't want to spend 3k on the CDJ 2000's and then not get back into it.

    They are a decent enough beginner deck. They lasted me a few months before I realised I wanted something a little better. I sold them on after a year, and didn't loose too much money on them, so all good.

    But then again, I do have some skills, and am not a beginner, so I grew out of them quick. If you are just starting out, they will do the job nicely, and get you into it well, and should easily last you a few years before you need to upgrade.

    I paired my CDJ's with a DJM 800 for that year too. Which has now been upgraded, and using Traktor DVS with my 1210's until Pioneer release specs on the CDJ 900 Nexus, then I will decide between them and the 2000 Nexus.

    For $500 that is FAR too cheap. I suspect they are stolen at that price. I made substantially more than that selling my CDJ's alone, and they were a year old.
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