Best mixer for around £150

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cheers for all the suggestions. I get put off by ebay because you never know what your getting really. Bought my orginal decks and mixer form there, the decks i still use till today but the mixer was completely fucked from the start. I am tempted to stretch to that vestax for £200 though.

Has anyone experienced this Gemini PS626? for the price it looks quite decent.

also any thoughts on a gemini ps-04

http://www.decks.co.uk/products/mixers/gemini/ps04
 

Greg P

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Get one of the Vestax reccomended here mate - they're all really good quality, and made to last... If you go for another Gemini then you'll end up having to replace it in 12 to 18 months when the faders, knobs and switches are so worn they stop working...

Get the Vestax and you'll still be sitting pretty in years to come, mines over 8 years old and works perfectly...

Basically Vestax is a quality brand name, Vestax isn't - you'll often see proffesionals using vestax products (particularly scratch DJ's) but I can't think of one case where I've seen a pro choose gemini...
 
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cheers for all the suggestions. I get put off by ebay because you never know what your getting really. Bought my orginal decks and mixer form there, the decks i still use till today but the mixer was completely fucked from the start. I am tempted to stretch to that vestax for £200 though.

Has anyone experienced this Gemini PS626? for the price it looks quite decent.

also any thoughts on a gemini ps-04

http://www.decks.co.uk/products/mixers/gemini/ps04

I considered gettin that mixer but thought against it as, I dont like the layout of the eq's.
 
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