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    150 is not a great difference. It could be considered the same price tag..
    Ive found 2 reviews straight in this site:

    http://www.djtechtools.com/2011/01/1...he-full-scoop/
    http://www.djtechtools.com/2011/01/1..._ddj-t1-ddj-s/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasti Datajay View Post
    150 is not a great difference. It could be considered the same price tag..
    Ive found 2 reviews straight in this site:

    http://www.djtechtools.com/2011/01/1...he-full-scoop/
    http://www.djtechtools.com/2011/01/1..._ddj-t1-ddj-s/
    theres the DDJ-S1 and DDJ-T1 I see!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanmc111 View Post
    theres the DDJ-S1 and DDJ-T1 I see!
    Yes, the S is bundled with serato software, T is bundled with Traktor. I dont know if there are differences in the hardware but i think the "Industry standard" software for Digital Djing is Traktor, not Serato..

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    Well, I was in the same boat as you. And I frankly (after the first 10 minutes) have never regretted spending any of the $1010.35 that I spent that day on the S4. Thing with the S4 is it is for beginners as well. Most people forget that point. It was engineered for both beginners and professionals alike.

    The S4 is simply amazing. You can start off with the basics (beatmatching) and after you get it down, you can slowly but surely move on to try new techniques and such. And the console has SO MANY FEATURES. I can't even stress the amount of features and stuff it has. This allows you to continually have things to learn as you progress skill wise.

    It lets you express your creativity like no other.

    If I were to do everything all over again, I would still buy the S4, and do everything the way I did my first time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfuzion View Post
    Well, I was in the same boat as you. And I frankly (after the first 10 minutes) have never regretted spending any of the $1010.35 that I spent that day on the S4. Thing with the S4 is it is for beginners as well. Most people forget that point. It was engineered for both beginners and professionals alike.

    The S4 is simply amazing. You can start off with the basics (beatmatching) and after you get it down, you can slowly but surely move on to try new techniques and such. And the console has SO MANY FEATURES. I can't even stress the amount of features and stuff it has. This allows you to continually have things to learn as you progress skill wise.

    It lets you express your creativity like no other.

    If I were to do everything all over again, I would still buy the S4, and do everything the way I did my first time around.
    where u a total beginner when u bought this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfuzion View Post
    You can start off with the basics (beatmatching) and after you get it down, you can slowly but surely move on to try new techniques and such. And the console has SO MANY FEATURES. I can't even stress the amount of features and stuff it has. This allows you to continually have things to learn as you progress skill wise.
    I agree with this point

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanmc111 View Post
    where u a total beginner when u bought this?
    Yeah. 100% beginner. I had never even touched vinyl or even really played on any turntables or anything of the sort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfuzion View Post
    Yeah. 100% beginner. I had never even touched vinyl or even really played on any turntables or anything of the sort.
    how are you getting on now?

    u long at it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanmc111 View Post
    how are you getting on now?

    u long at it?
    Not too bad. I mean I bought it the day it was available October 28th but didn't start using till Nov 1st, and about 4 months later (now) I DJ on my school radio and am looking for a small venue to DJ at.

    You can hear my mixes made on the S4 on my site at:
    www.djkunal.com

    You can take a quick listen on the "mixes" tab and then let me know what you think .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfuzion View Post
    Not too bad. I mean I bought it the day it was available October 28th but didn't start using till Nov 1st, and about 4 months later (now) I DJ on my school radio and am looking for a small venue to DJ at.

    You can hear my mixes made on the S4 on my site at:
    www.djkunal.com

    You can take a quick listen on the "mixes" tab and then let me know what you think .
    fair play man

    I'll have a quick listen now

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