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 Post subject: DJ Gear - 2 Decks, 4 Channel Mixer and BPM Counter/Midi Sync
Posted: Mon Sep 26, 2005 7:19 pm 
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Finally decided to upgrade. Looking for $1700ono for the lot. Paid over $4400 on sale/with discounts. RRP'd around $5000.

Will seperate at the prices listed below.

2x Pro Scratch Professional CD Decks ($1200 Pair)
1x American DJ 'Commander' 19" 4 Channel DJ/Club Mixer ($450)
1x 19" Sidemount Beat Counter/Midi Sync Unit ($200)

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About the Pro Scratch CD Decks
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The worlds first single CD player that 'scratches' like a traditional vinyl turntable, with the convenience of a digital CD player!

MAIN FEATURES:
• 9 On-board FX: Scratch, Filter, Echo, Trans, Skid, Phase, Flanger, Pan, Bop
• 4 Preset Parameters settings for each FX
• Parameter Ratio adjustment knob
• Parameter Time adjustment knob
• Pitch Bend: ±4%, ±8%, or ±16%
• 3 Flash Start Sampler Buttons (7 second sample per button with or without a CD in drive)
• Flash Cue
• Front Load Single CD Player
• Anti-shock memory
• Instant start
• Seamless loop
• Fader Q Start
• BOP effect
• Reverse play

ADDITIONAL FEATURES:
• Volume control between music and sampler
• Mixer between music and sampler, can adjust pitches separately
• FX MIX on the fly
• Auto cue function (-48dB)
• 3 sampler (cues) can be memorized
• Selectable elapsed, remain and total remain time display
• Single/continuous play
• Flip Flop (Relay playback between two decks)
• Headphone output with volume control


These have been an absolute pleasure to play on for the last few years. Used in many clubs and private gigs around Sydney, and even have their own claim to fame - they've been used by the world famous DnB DJ - Kid Kenobi! :D

Never had any problems reading CD's or skipping. They will play the most brutally scratched CD's without a hitch. Never frozen or had any glitches! Even before looking at their ability to scratch, they are a fantastic CD deck to operate. Always been well cared for. Inspections welcome!!

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Commander Mixer
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The Ultimate DJ & Club Mixer!

• 3 phono, 6 line, 3 microphone inputs & 3 auxiliaries
• Balanced outputs
• High quality Feather Faderª for smooth, clean crossfades (replaceable/made in Japan)
• Bass, mid and treble for each channel
• 2 independent microphones with separate bass, mid & treble with Neutrikª connection - 1/4" (6.3mm)/XLR
• 2 zones with bass and treble
• Zone 2 is assignable to any of the 4 channels
• High level headphone output
• Cue mixing
• Split cue for headphones
• Low cut bass switch - 30dB cut feature for bass, mid and treble
• Auto mute
• Talk over level control
• Send & receive for every channel including independent mics - all selectable at the same time
• Left & right turntable ground connectors conveniently located at each end of the rear panel
• Master level LED display w/ peak hold
• Pre Fader Levels (PFL) for each channel
• Accurate beat LEDs for easy crossfades
• On/off switch for channel assign
• LED display for each channel
• Gain control for each channel
• Independent light control output for touch panels and chase controllers - 1/4" connection
• Soft-touch rubber knobs for better control
• 12V DC BNC connector for gooseneck light
• "L" shaped rear case design

XDM-3633 "COMMANDER" Specifications:
• Line Output: 25V peak to peak, (+21.5dB)
• S/N Ratio: Line= >88dB, Mic= >78dB, Phono= >83dB,
• Channel EQ: -30dB - +20dB for bass, mid & treble
• Frequency Range: 20Hz - 20kHz, +/-1dB
• Distortion: <0.03%
• Talkover: -15dB
• Headphone Impedance: 16 Ohms
• Power: 110V/220V switchable
• Crossfader: FF-2
• Dimensions: 19" W x 10.5" D x 3.5" H -
482mm x 267mm x 89mm
• Weight: 12 lbs. / 5.3kg.

Recently serviced with a new crossfader, guarenteed to be in 100% tip top operation. This mixer went everywhere the decks went. Ideally used for Club installations (generally due to the price factor) however very worthwhile for a versatile bedroom mixer at home and a reliable mixer on the job.

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 6:03 am 
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and here I was hopeing you have a pair of 1200's
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Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 11:09 pm 
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Vinyl is horrid to use when you're a mobile DJ. Even in clubs nowdays with the advances in CD decks, vinyl use is dropping off. All club installations have both a pair of CD decks and 1210's.

No doubt vinyl will live on for the true turntablists.. beat jugglers and the like, but not for the beatmixers and dance floors :)

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 11:18 pm 
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This stuff is headed to eBay.. I'll post links up shortly.

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 11:47 pm 
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vinyl.. vvviiiinnyyyl! .. cds suck :P
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Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 11:54 pm 
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fuzion wrote:
vinyl.. vvviiiinnyyyl! .. cds suck :P


Thats from someone who's closest experience to wax was in a beauty salon :P

 

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Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2005 12:28 am 
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Both starting from $1 with no reserve :)

Pair of decks: http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?
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Mixer: http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll ... RK:MESE:IT

 

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Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2005 1:27 am 
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hey man how much do you usually charge?

and how much for forums members ?? hehe :-)

 

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Vinyl is more fun plus you cant get alot of mixes and songs on cd's

Although saying that i have a pioneer cmx3000 dual cd mixer

 

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I am a digital dj and am wanting some 1200's as I can now sc ratch mp3's just like regular vinyl. The advantages, never have to change a record again and song selection is so much quicker.

Oh and before you start the flame up, I was a vinyl dj for 10 years, this is soooooooo much better
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Neo_nick wrote:
Vinyl is more fun plus you cant get alot of mixes and songs on cd's

Although saying that i have a pioneer cmx3000 dual cd mixer


Vinyl is more fun? Depends what you compare to. Have you looked at the new Technics CD decks (SLDZ1200) ? How about the Denon DN-S5000, DNS-3500. Hunt around for some of the demo video's. You will be amazed at how close some of the CD decks are to working with wax. It brings the best of both worlds together.

The only thing you'll never get from a CD deck is the audio properties of vinyl. While vinyl not as accurate as a digitally mastered 44Khz 16bit mix, it just has its own warm sound. This is something i'd prefer appreciate at home, rather than on a scratched up record that i'm playing to 1000 head banging pill poppers who probably dont know what you're playing off :D

 

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I am a digital dj and am wanting some 1200's as I can now sc ratch mp3's just like regular vinyl. The advantages, never have to change a record again and song selection is so much quicker.

Oh and before you start the flame up, I was a vinyl dj for 10 years, this is soooooooo much better


Are you talking about the SLDZ1200's ?

 

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BTW, i just thought i would add that i can vouch for this gear, have seen it and used it, in A1 condition !

 

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Are you talking about the SLDZ1200's ?


No I am talking about the new PCDJ scratch.

for a demo video have a looksee here http://www.pcdj.com/Products/scratch.asp
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Having a look now :)

At the same time you might be interested in MP3/CD decks with a rotating platter.. some good vids:

These are of the Denon DN-S5000. I've got a pair of these on order.

http://www.denondj.com/videos/oldschool-DJ-AL.wmv
http://www.denondj.com/videos/I_Wanna_Rock.wmv
http://www.denondj.com/videos/djshy_doubles.wmv

 

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