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    Hi there.

    I hope this doesn't seem too cheeky for my first post, but I am looking to sell my DJM-T1. I know really this should be in the For Sale section, but I thought it would be ok here because it is relative to the thread. If it's not I apologise and please delete this post.

    Anyway, it's a UK model, 2 years old, hardly used and in mint condition, comes with all packaging, leads, discs and manuals etc.

    The Traktor software has already been registered, so would need to be transferred after the sale.

    If anyone's interested PM me. I'm from near Birmingham UK.

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    PM sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makar1 View Post
    Looks like a voltage converter is included in that auction, which is fine for home use, but a hassle for gigs. There are some new T1s on Ebay aren't there?
    Yeah Im not gonna bother with a US version now. There are some UK ones on eBay and I'm looking at a new one but If I can get a mint 2nd hand one i'll be happy.
    The T1 is discontinued now and they will no doubt bring a new version out soon enough so ... saving a bit would be nice.

    Anyhoo, looks like fate is on my side today

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    I love my DJM-T1 to pieces. It's sturdy, reliable, and sounds great. I jazzed mine up with a skin from styleflip. I spin Reggae & Dancehall here in Hawaii. Cheers! http://imgur.com/a/xIGBi/all

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken808 View Post
    I love my DJM-T1 to pieces. It's sturdy, reliable, and sounds great. I jazzed mine up with a skin from styleflip. I spin Reggae & Dancehall here in Hawaii. Cheers! http://imgur.com/a/xIGBi/all
    That looks really cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    The one i've seen is on an eBay store.

    So did your mates US version function perfectly with a UK adapter?
    The US Knowledge Base is pretty clear that it should be 120v although it will only draw as much power as is needed. US Power Consumption spec is 23w and UK is 25w.


    Is this your guy:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pioneer-DJ...p2047675.l2557
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    That was him, he had no issues as far as I'm concerned
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    For those of you with DJM T1's (which I am now one) you might be interested to know that Innofader have posted on Facebook that they "Were aiming for march for the mini innofader pnp".


    Good times. I'll be all over that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    For those of you with DJM T1's (which I am now one)....
    First impressions?
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    I haven't even had time to get it in my studio yet so I can't really say.
    I'm not a massive fan of DJM's in general but this seems much more compact and feels more sturdy than the 600s and 800s I've had the misfortune to run into over the years.

    I've only had it hooked up to the laptop to remap some of it.

    Hoping to put it through its paces at the weekend but, I'm silly busy at the moment so... I'll definitely report back.

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    I will look forward to it

    I love mine
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    http://www.sounditoutrecords.co.uk
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