Sony PSDJ9000

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Bousie, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. Bousie

    Bousie New Member

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    Brought a pair not so long ago, must admit there not the best decks but there alright to learn on or jsut mess around with.
    However one tonearm is really sturdy and when you pull on the decks its night and controlled, on the other deck if you pull it the tonearm swings all over the place! I tryed finding tutorials on how to weight them down and stuff but theres nothing out there. I think my tone arm is probaly just shagged, where would i get a replacement from?
     
  2. $marty

    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    These were my first pair of decks :) There's screws on each tone arm, so try give those a tighten up.
     
  3. Bousie

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    On loads of tutorials it says to screw the couter weights on and stuff but mine literally slide on and off, thats what leads me 2 believe there shagged!
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Haha the weights shouldnt just slide off. The need to clip and twist on. Thing is, I don't think they do the parts for the model any more. I believe they are discontinued.
     
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    my 1st and only decks, tried others but i really like these, not bad for 150 quid. never let me down!