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    1. CDJS (All in one package)

    2. Turntables (All In One Packages)

    3. Mic

    4. Stands (for laptop and speakers and possibly my controller.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nudedudewithattitude View Post
    I'd just like to get a nice deal on some technics. They're expensive in my area for some reason though.
    they are expensive in my area as well (California). Basically waiting for the right price and condition to make my purchase.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlvrDragon50 View Post
    There was a pair w/ a mixer for 500 on the Facebook DJ classifieds.
    I did not know Facebook had a classified section, better yer, a DJ classified one. I will look into this. For convenience, do you have the link?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bc6 View Post
    Why were you underwhelmed with the RMX?
    I don't want to bash it, I'll just say after trying it out in practice, it wasn't for me...
    Traktor/Ableton /Komplete /MBP OSX el capitan

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    Akai AFX, KRK eights, Ableton Push and X1 mk2.

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    Deejaesnafu is right. The RMX-1000 is really suited to certain styles of music and not so much others.

    I think you have to give it a while to try. I just got mine, and I really like it, but I'm still learning how to use it. I tend to overdo the effects sometimes, and it makes my mixing sloppy, but (hopefully) I'll get used to it and master it. I don't want to judge the RMX-1000 too fast.

    Here is the DJ Classifieds FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/djclassifieds/
    LOTS of Tech 1200s on sale, but not all are great prices.
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    -korg volca bassline
    -xone 42
    -event studio monitors
    -XDJ 1000s
    -some kind of midi controller that has a lot of faders to control my mix downs in Ableton

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    Eventually some xdj 1000s. Maybe if street price starts going down a little on them.

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    kwal have you looked into the apc40 mk2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deejaesnafu View Post
    kwal have you looked into the apc40 mk2?
    Yeah I've had my eye on an APC40 for a while now. I just have zero use for all those buttons/pads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwal View Post
    Yeah I've had my eye on an APC40 for a while now. I just have zero use for all those buttons/pads.
    BCF2000 might do the trick then, you get multiple pages and the faders update position when you scroll them.

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