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mr karnage

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why not get some technics 1210's and if your getting active speakers you dont need an amplifier, im no dj but you might need some headphones
 

EuroTide

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you wouldnt need the amp if you buy active speakers if im not mistaken plus how about 2nd hand technics while you can get em ?

why not get some technics 1210's and if your getting active speakers you dont need an amplifier, im no dj but you might need some headphones
beat me to it
 

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well if thats your budget you could do a lot better it seems, id spend less on the speakers and a bit more on the mixer

oh well and dont rush a purchase, read some test and search some boards
 

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standard mk2's (Industry standard) that what i got n they never let me down. Mk5's are alot of money in comparison.

My friend sellin a pair for 325, have a look on Ebay.
 

renzo

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Got the Mackie MR8's in the post, had a thought, how can I connect them to my computer?
Obviously a soundcard so, could someone point me in the right direction? £175-£200 max, thanks fellas xx
 

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£1000 for a beginner! Nah what are you on about my beginner was £272 total for everything

No need to spend that kind of money yet, even second hand Technics are around for 300-400

But then again you dont want to see that speakers I had as a beginner. Just spend the money on speakers :)
 

Cus93

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spending more on a better mixer is a thought you should consider. when i got my first setup i was keen to get the best as i didn't like the thought of having to sell my stuff to upgrade in a few years time. but i tdpeends how serious you are about mixing.
support the calls for a pair of Mk2s though, simply amazing.
 
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