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  # 230008 1-Jul-2009 16:52
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haha allgood,
yea my set up are 2 cdj1000s mk3, djm 800 and a sl1210mk5, ive got a cdj400 but i dont really use it.

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  # 230009 1-Jul-2009 16:52
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anyone had experience with the korg kp3 pads btw?

 
 
 
 


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  # 230014 1-Jul-2009 17:06
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s.joseph: haha allgood,

yea my set up are 2 cdj1000s mk3, djm 800 and a sl1210mk5, ive got a cdj400 but i dont really use it.



Would you be interested in selling it then?, I currently have one cdj400 I hireout but would love another one so that I can hire them out in a set.

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  # 230022 1-Jul-2009 17:53
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how much you offering? its pretty much new

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  # 230032 1-Jul-2009 18:42
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Well I can buy them $900 new so about what price range are looking for?

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  # 230038 1-Jul-2009 18:47
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i think ur better buying them for 900 mate, cus there $1200 at dmc shop, $1300 at rockshop and $1400 at impro.
Sorry

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  # 230063 1-Jul-2009 20:30
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I have a white C2D MacBook running serato, and traktor these are the two best pieces of software for live DJ'ing and they interface really nicely with my decks (Vinyl and cdj), I run fruityloops in bootcamp and pro tools / logic in os x (I mainly play dubstep and the like).

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  # 230087 1-Jul-2009 21:45
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s.joseph: i think ur better buying them for 900 mate, cus there $1200 at dmc shop, $1300 at rockshop and $1400 at impro.

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Yeah, I get them wholesale :D

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