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    Default Z2 + sl1200 + ???

    Building my new setup and considering all options.

    Thinking about the x1 mk2. Would it be a good choice till I can add another SL1200 to the rig. Or should I just wait for another SL1200. Mostly a mix DJ and just antsy to be honest. I need to get something together. Buying the Z2 early August.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickd View Post
    Building my new setup and considering all options.

    Thinking about the x1 mk2. Would it be a good choice till I can add another SL1200 to the rig. Or should I just wait for another SL1200. Mostly a mix DJ and just antsy to be honest. I need to get something together. Buying the Z2 early August.
    I would want a second 1200 first.
    Z2 and 1200s is a great Traktor Scratch Pro setup in and of itself, especially with a mapping like Priscilla J's.


    Last edited by botstein; 08-01-2013 at 03:39 PM.

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    I currently have a Z2 with 2 Technics 1200s and a X1. I rarely take both 1200s to a gig with me due space in the booth. Sometimes I will take the Z2 with one 1200 and X1 or I will just take the Z2 and X1 and leave both 1200s at home as I did this past weekend.

    I would get the a X1 now so it will give you some options to how much gear you may want to take to a gig. Def get the other 1200 soon though.

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    Pick up a cheap turntable until you can get another 1200. Personally, that's what I would do.
    2 x gemini PT 1000 . Gemini PS-525 . X1
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