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    Anyone every use/see one of these things?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3IY5Lwr57U

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    I had a brief play around with one and all i can say is 'i want'.

    Shame its quite expensive but it has good features.

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    I did, great "mixer" but touch screen is really not my cup of tea. High likely, it will be one of the weak point of this mixer for repair... but the strongest for repair shop like me.

    It has some sick feature, but I don't see any advantage to buy it for my own use. For clubs? Yikes, if DJ would care about gear, that could be a good thing.

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    I think the best feature Pioneer's latest equipment has come out with is the Linking capability. Too bad this only works if you aren't using DVS correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nunz View Post
    Anyone every use/see one of these things?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3IY5Lwr57U
    All that is a bit much for what he's doing.
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    ive used it a few times. its a solid piece of equipment, but not at all necessary, especially at the price.
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    That is a sick performance but yeah he hardly touches the features on the 2000, the 7 band or whatever eq would be nice...he really only uses the white noise effect...might have to start keeping something like that in a sample slot in traktor

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    that dj is sick!
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    i'd rather have a xone db4 even though the 9 (?) band EQ crossfader thing is pretty nice
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    Played with one along with a CDJ2000 and a 900, it was awesome fun but I still prefer my digital setup
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