What specs to check for scratching on a controller? - Page 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by makar1 View Post
    A used VCI 300 is probably the cheapest option with a reputation for good scratch capabilities.
    ok cool, thanks!
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    reloop TM2/4 have a nice crossfader and jogs although a 2-3mm cut-in might be a little more that your used to an a battle mixer It should be good for most techniques. It's relatively cheap in the US too, so a good controller to recommend to beginners wanting to scratch.
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