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    So - anyone used this? No idea how it got past me, but it looks like something that I WANT.

    Could be stop-gap while I save for a Pio S9...

    Basically looks like a Pioneer Z2. Can anyone shed any light on this mixer?
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    i presume you've seen the one Karlos is selling?

    http://forum.djtechtools.com/showthread.php?t=95843

    He'd be the best person to ask.

    I agree, it still looks like a lot of mixer for the price. And also everything on-board to use stand alone if necessary.
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    Cheers Ian.

    Yeah, I'm selling my DJM-T1.
    I have a Z2 now so I don't need 2 fully fledged scratch mixers. I just bought an A&H Xone23c just to use as a backup that can fit in my spares box.
    The DJM-T1 was just too heavy for my needs as a spare mixer. I have a Swan Flight case that I'm giving away with the mixer worth 104.

    It's no secret that I'm not a Pioneer fan so if you are a fan then it's a great mixer. Comes with a Traktor Scratch Duo licence and brand new, unopened timecode (blue).

    I've tested it with macOS Mojave and High Sierra with the latest Traktor so it's as future proof as can currently be.

    I'd prefer collection but I'm checking shipping options today cus a few folks have asked.

    Holla if you want more info dude.

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    Will do mate.

    Honestly, I REALLY want an S9, but I can't seem to get a straight answer on whether or not there are any functionality "compromises" when using it with Traktor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisian View Post
    i presume you've seen the one Karlos is selling?

    http://forum.djtechtools.com/showthread.php?t=95843

    He'd be the best person to ask.

    I agree, it still looks like a lot of mixer for the price. And also everything on-board to use stand alone if necessary.
    I was selling mine also. I'm thinking I may keep it though and have it just hooked up to the 1200s. pretty good mixer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Will do mate.

    Honestly, I REALLY want an S9, but I can't seem to get a straight answer on whether or not there are any functionality "compromises" when using it with Traktor...
    I thought you can use any equipment with the new Traktor? Plus from what I've seen, the s9 is a better mixer.

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    I thought you can use any equipment with the new Traktor? Plus from what I've seen, the s9 is a better mixer.
    The S9 is a thing of beauty. But I remember reading that some of the functions weren’t available without Serato. Can’t get any further info on that, though.
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