Turntable and Control Vinyl Questions
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    Everyone:

    I was wondering what turntables are in this video ( ) and I was wondering where I could get white control vinyl like that because whenever I look on Native Instruments website all the control vinyl has Traktor Scratch on it and not the logo.

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    Those are Technics 1200 turntables. The control vinyls come with the Traktor logo on one side and the other side has the words Traktor Scratch

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    Dude, if you don't recognize the iconic Technics 1200s (the industry STANDARD for decades), you may want to to do a bit more research on all of this before diving into vinyl/DVS (assuming you don't already have turntables). They are still the gold standard for DJs, and they aren't even in production anymore.

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    Hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdownesbaird View Post
    Dude, if you don't recognize the iconic Technics 1200s (the industry STANDARD for decades), you may want to to do a bit more research on all of this before diving into vinyl/DVS (assuming you don't already have turntables). They are still the gold standard for DJs, and they aren't even in production anymore.
    I don't know anything about turntables and stuff, I am just getting into vinyl/control vinyl DJing. Thanks for the response
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise View Post
    I don't know anything about turntables and stuff, I am just getting into vinyl/control vinyl DJing. Thanks for the response
    That's not a problem. If you're a noob then you're a noob. In future try to do a lot of research and find out as much info as you can before posting such a noobie question BUT do not fear to post a noobie question. We all started somewhere and the members on this forum are generally helpful.

    @members: don't be a douche to a noobie. Point out how he can help himself rather than calling him a troll.
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    And that's a z2 in the middle

    Yep, scratch logo on one side, traktor on the other. All of my time code looks like this.
    2 x gemini PT 1000 . Gemini PS-525 . X1
    NI Audio 6 . Traktor Scratch pro 2
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    for practice i use the sides with the words.

    But for gigs i use the bad ass side with the logo.

    And yes the white ones are the BEST!

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