CDJ help!!

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  1. djhektikz

    djhektikz Active Member

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    budget is £350 wat shall i go for???
     
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    thedjnifty Well-Known Member

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    Saving another £50 and getting a second hand Pioneer CDJ 800 MK2

    Or a second hand CDJ 600 is it?

    Either of them mate I would suggest
     
  3. djhektikz

    djhektikz Active Member

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    numark axis9 or cdx???
     
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    muzzadj POW!

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    got my cdj800 for 300 so i see that as a good option cos i love mine!
     
  5. thedjnifty

    thedjnifty Well-Known Member

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    Pioneer is the only way forward man
     
  6. dj-dusty

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    yeh mate, you NEED to save up for a pioneer, most clubs have em and they are just generally the best
     
  7. Code:Red

    Code:Red Defiant

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    ive got stanton 3.c24's and they've done be good a quite a while now but if you got the extra bucks i'd go for pioneer
     
  8. djhektikz

    djhektikz Active Member

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    fuck it i aint got da cash but mite do one of those finance deals.
     
  9. Nick-ep

    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    Pioneer all the way. The CDJ 200 is cheap enough. around 3-50 400 brand new.
     
  10. Wellsy

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    get one of these or anything above the 200s, got one for £220 second hand and looking to get another, great value and quality.
     
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    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    What was it like second hand? Was looking at brand new because if your gunna spend all that money, i wanted some gaurentee that if it fucks up then you got some sort of warranty. I take it was in good condition?
     
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    Teddy 60% Staff Member

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    been thinking about a cdj myself recently. which is the cheapest pioneer that plays mp3's?
     
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    harrybizzle Flyin Squad/Team Overload

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    dont get anything other than CDJ 800 or 1000!
     
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    buy all my stuff brand new, that way you know that you are the first person to use it and it has a garrentee
     
  15. TongueFlap

    TongueFlap Flappin'

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    look at his budget man! haha
     
  16. Wellsy

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    Yeah top condition and everything works perfectly, it was two years old but feels like its got alot more life to come, Ive tried a few different cdjs but pioneer are exceptional quality.
     
  17. Roastpotatoes

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    Id have to advise against the 200's as I have got a 400 myself and am very happy with it. If you can get a 800 then go for it, no-one would say otherwise but I find the 200's very frustrating to cue etc without a vinyl emulation, and they feel a little more cheap then the higer models. The 400 I find is great because it feels and responds exactly the same as the 800/1000 (more or less) but the 200 is different and a long step down I think. Im saving for a 2nd hand 800 and I cant wait to finish my rig for good!