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    Default Coloured timecode vinly (traktor)

    Thinking of getting either the white timecode vinyl or maybe even the crazy glow in the dark green vinyl, just wanted to know if anyone has it and if they have had any problems with any of them? or they just as good as the original ones ??
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    I got some white ones that give me no problem.
    Also it might be handy having multiple control vinyls since they wear out in about 4 to 6 months.
    Moar colors & less wear n tear seems like win-win to me
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    I have the green ones and they are SICK. They glow really bright. Mine work great.

    Every timecode vinyl SHOULD be the same. Its the same vinyl plastic just with colors and UV snaz.

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    I have the orange Fluorescent vinyl and it works great. Not warped at all. I think I got the last pair from Amazon sold my a major distributor. #swag.
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    I have a pair of each available colour... none gave me any problem. All good.... but the so called Fluorescent "blue" one aren't blue at all... a total fail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJKeyWee View Post
    I have a pair of each available colour... none gave me any problem. All good.... but the so called Fluorescent "blue" one aren't blue at all... a total fail.
    Got the fluoro blue ones and they don't really glow (or do they only work under blacklight?)

    Aside from that they (and the white ones I've had) are fine ..
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    aren't different colours different thicknesses depending on intended use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradCee View Post
    aren't different colours different thicknesses depending on intended use?
    The white are heavier that any of the others I've got - not sure if they're designed that way for specific use, or they're just that way because ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock Ohms View Post
    The white are heavier that any of the others I've got - not sure if they're designed that way for specific use, or they're just that way because ...
    i think thickier/heavier ones are more biased towards straight mixing and thinner/lighter ones are more scratching... can't remember the reason behind that difference right now though...

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    It's harder to move a heavier vinyl.

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