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Best decks to start with?
jonneh
PostPosted: 09 May 2010 - 02:17:48 (137)  Reply with quote
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I've mainly being producing but im now starting to want to DJ and mix, what are the best decks to start with? thanks.
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PostPosted: 09 May 2010 - 04:24:31 (225)  Reply with quote
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jonneh wrote:
I've mainly being producing but im now starting to want to DJ and mix, what are the best decks to start with? thanks.


It always will depend on money and I will never pretend to know someone else's situation but my personal opinion from learning over the years is to buy the best you can buy in everything and you will save money in the end and get the best equipment at the same time. I spent a lot of money when I started DJ'ing on stupid gear so I wasted money. So with that said, If using Cd's get the highest level of the Pioneer CDJ's you can get and if you can not afford them now but can see yourself being able to afford them in the future then just save your money and wait to buy them instead of the quick fix with other gear. Mixers are a little bit more of personal opinion. I also use Pioneer for this, I have the DJM400. All the best.
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jonneh
PostPosted: 09 May 2010 - 17:25:02 (767)  Reply with quote
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Ye quite a few people I know who i've spoke to haven't just brought any CDJ's, they've gone for the 1000's or 2000's and got the full thing, Im going university in september so I think ill keep producing for a while before moving over as money will be tight, im sure i'll be able to learn a few bits and bobs on the way though.
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ArCee
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1) Cheap, no nonsens players are the Numarks Axis 4. Great for learning how to mix, no fancy effects, but they do what they must do.
2) Better are the Reloops RMP2 players, with the Poineer feel, but cheaper.
3) Pioneer is best, but you pay big money for it.
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jonneh
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Oh awesome, thanks for that, what about a mixer for them?
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Alkocen
PostPosted: 01 June 2010 - 12:53:02 (578)  Reply with quote
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Well i started playing with CDJ 200's and CDJ 100's. 100's are by now oldschool players and they are very hard to play with, but once you master them, you can play on everything without any problems.

But considering money and quality then CDJ 400's and DJM 400 are a good choice.

I haven't own any players yet and chose CDJ 2000's and DJM 2000 for my first players and mixer. Going to cost me HUGE amounts of money but i am sure it is worth the wait. Before 2000's came out, 400's were my best choice.
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teoulennon
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Any suggestions for vinyl decks under $200 (162 euro)
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Voci
PostPosted: 27 June 2010 - 23:49:59 (034)  Reply with quote
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I also agree with one of the first posts. You shouldn't get the cheapest as in the end, you will want to get more advanced stuff.

I have the CDJ400's as the 1000's are out of my prize range and they are pretty good. And when you know how to mix on a CDJ400, you can mix on CDJ1000's too.

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YonnyCage
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teoulennon wrote:
Any suggestions for vinyl decks under $200 (162 euro)


I dont remember how much they set me back, but ive got two Numark 200tt, which are totally ok. happy

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PostPosted: 14 July 2010 - 19:40:32 (861)  Reply with quote
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YonnyCage wrote:
teoulennon wrote:
Any suggestions for vinyl decks under $200 (162 euro)


I dont remember how much they set me back, but ive got two Numark 200tt, which are totally ok. happy



the tt's are what i started with, good choice for beginners.


also, for cdj's i would suggest the pioneer 200s. numark is cheap feeling and look weak.
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