CDJ 350's & DJM 350 set

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Datt Male, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. Datt Male

    Datt Male Active Member

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    1379 for the lot am gonna order soon i think, i am no more than ure average bedroom dj never played no great ambition to do so, are these a good deck am i gonna get a year down the line and want better? currently using axis 9's and ave ad enough of em really, please help

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    cmon forum massive show ure knowledge itching to order em
     
  2. herojuana

    herojuana hairy kuala

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    if you want something you won't regret down the line, go for technic 1210s
     
  3. RUSSLA

    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    ^^ Fool!

    These should be ok man, never used them but can vouch for Pioneers stuff and is all good. Have a think bout getting them from America tho, tons cheaper but there is hasslehof factor.
     
  4. Datt Male

    Datt Male Active Member

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    nice 1 russla
     
  5. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    yea mate, pioneers are reliable and ez enuff to use. i dont see u getting bored of them any time soon tbh. never used that particular model but i use the 400s and they're quality.
     
  6. Fes Rock

    Fes Rock Nothing..........

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    500's or better FTMFW. the rest are just Fisher Price my first cdj
     
  7. PostmanPat

    PostmanPat I'll cum in your arse.

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    You're lucky to have the money for these, I would have ordered them long time ago lol
     
  8. Datt Male

    Datt Male Active Member

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    bump

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    u say this but i've spoken to a few people who are well established dj's in not just drum & bass but other usic who talk very highly of the 400's, 350's are their replacement, people have told me not to bother wive the 800's either and 1000's i don't think i need so i think these are wat i am gonna go wiv
     
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  9. marky1702

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    I love my cdj 400, I've never had a problem with it
     
  10. Nick-ep

    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    800's FTW! will be getting another cdj soon. Guna hit up the 800 mk2. Much more sensitive than the 800. Any pioneer product though you can't go wrong!
     
  11. Harry3

    Harry3 Chuki

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    These look pretty good, no way I can afford 800's or 1000's so these are right up my street.
     
  12. Alexi

    Alexi Drench Audio

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    I've got the 400s and they're brilliant, if you don't mind about the smallish jog wheel, then they out perform the 800s in terms of features.

    And like Russla said, I saved myself £500 by getting them over from America
     
  13. djrowney

    djrowney G13 RECORDS/SMOKESCREEN

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    i have heard the 400's are better than the 350's, not sure why..i've used 400's and they're good, not used 350's yet, will be this weekend though so i'll let you know how they fare..
    all about 1000mk3 and 2000's if u can afford em lol...400 deffo does the job tho, lot better than my fisher price numark axis 9 lmao
     
  14. Harry3

    Harry3 Chuki

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    I'll keep dreaming :lol:

    a review would be brilliant also
     
  15. ValleyOfLiquid

    ValleyOfLiquid Royal cunt since '87

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    lotsa talk that you should order from usa... ive been trying to locate some decent sites but havent found any... im trying to get a pair of cdj 400 and a djm 400 mixer. can manage to get used ones for about 1400 dollars... how much would a new set cost me from usa?

    pm pages if ye want to
     
  16. J-Rex

    J-Rex soundcloud.com/j-rex

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    saving for a 1000 atm, second hand mind
    they just look, feel and perform so much better than the others i've used....obviously haven't got my hands on the 2000s....yet
     
  17. ONSLAUGHT88

    ONSLAUGHT88 I sees ya I do I sees ya

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    2000's are defiantley the way but fuck me are they a lil pricey. i love the convenience of memory sticks, not even gotta waste time or money with CD's anymore
     
  18. J-Rex

    J-Rex soundcloud.com/j-rex

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    this please

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  19. Teddy

    Teddy 60% Staff Member

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    if ur going to order yourself electronics from the america to be shipped to the uk you may well find yourself with customs and excise taxes
    duty = value of goods + freight charge X about 2-4 % duty rate
    then VAT = value + freight + duty charge X 17.5%
     
  20. Datt Male

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    yeaah ordering from america sounds long got em now anyway