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    Default UK DJs! Anyone got experience with http://www.djfinancedirect.co.uk

    Hi guys,

    Looking to purchase some Rekordbox CDJs in the next month on a 0% APR payment scheme. Anyone hand any experience with either:

    http://www.djfinancedirect.co.uk
    http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk

    Many thanks

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    Tech Mentor JayRuss's Avatar
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    First one seems a bit like if you underpay them by a penny youll have 3 ugly fu**ers at your door the next day. Either its late and im being lazy, but all there information on the financing is available "by written request" which sounds dodgy to me.
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    Don't buy shit you can't afford outright. If you wind up in hospital, can't get gigs, lose your residency, or whatever else, then you're up shit creek with no income and responsibility to keep up with your payments; if you can't keep up, you could lose your credit rating, your car, your house, or your legs.

    Buy an S2 or a Mixtrack Pro, use that until you've got 4k in the bank, THEN spend your money on expensive gear.

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    i have used both sites for gear no problems.

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    There are plenty of used CDJs on the market.
    VCM100 / X1 / DJM250 / DJM900 / CDJ2000s / Maschine / Audio2+4 / 2i4 / HS8s / TSP 2.6.8
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    Hey guys, thanks for your responses.

    @Makar1 I've been looking at second hand CDJs, but having spent a lot of time dealing with second hand equipment on Gumtree I'd rather not be spending in expense of a grand cash in hand, there's so much that could go wrong, I'll reconsider buying them from Ebay though.

    @mcdesign I appreciate the risks involved with credit however I'm to receive a bonus in September which will allow me to pay the remainder off instantly and in the mean time have a very secure job which pays about 4x the monthly amount to be paid every month.

    @TommyQuiet that's good to hear

    @JayRuss yeah, I get that impression too haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJDShrimpton View Post
    @mcdesign I appreciate the risks involved with credit however I'm to receive a bonus in September which will allow me to pay the remainder off instantly and in the mean time have a very secure job which pays about 4x the monthly amount to be paid every month.
    so why don't you just save up and wait?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistertuckshop View Post
    so why don't you just save up and wait?
    Gonna run the risk of sounding like a spoiled brat here but nevertheless... In two weeks time I start my 4-5 month long summer with absolutely no commitments and I want to spend that time productively getting at home and creative with some CDJs.

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    Had no experience with Dolphin but a friend bought his CDJs from DJFinance and I've heard no complaints from him.
    If you can afford the repayments and are happy with the credit terms then why not go for it?

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    Bloody tempting.....
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