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    Default CDJ 400s?

    Are the CDJ400s any good?

    I just want to lean the basics of cdjs do you think a second hand pair of these will serve me well?
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    Yes. They have start stop buttons and a pitch slider.

    That covers the basics.
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    I owned CDJ400's for around 2 years and loved the little things! Didn't cost much and had everything including USB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liambo View Post
    I owned CDJ400's for around 2 years and loved the little things! Didn't cost much and had everything including USB!
    +1

    even have some basic effects on them.
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    I love them. I'd take them over 800's and 1000's... seriously I loved them.

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    very functional players, i own 2, and as soon as you know your way around them, you can do anything people do on 2000's, except the hot cues. Browsing through a USB drive is a pain in the ass tho.
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    You'd be better off with a pair of RMP-2.5s, unless you get a REALLY good deal on the 400s.

    The 400s are still far too small for my liking though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdcdesign View Post
    You'd be better off with a pair of RMP-2.5s, unless you get a REALLY good deal on the 400s.

    The 400s are still far too small for my liking though.
    mdcdesign difficult to take your recommendations since they always seem to be Reloop lol might be the best cdj in the world will still be difficult to take..

    get me lad

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    Only thing I can suggest is that you try them for yourself I would never recommend buying something without actually seeing it first, but they're stocked in a fair few places in the UK and Europe so it's not too difficult to have a ganders at them in real life before you buy
    Last edited by mdcdesign; 04-02-2013 at 01:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRG12EG View Post
    mdcdesign difficult to take your recommendations since they always seem to be Reloop lol might be the best cdj in the world will still be difficult to take..

    get me lad
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