technics problem

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  1. dj__c

    dj__c Member

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    ive noticed that now when i try beatmatchin i continually av 2 change the pitch and very rarely do i get it in perfectly, it wasnt liek this wen i 1st used the decks but i dnt kno wot 2 do, i used my mates stantons t60s and they seemed a world better and were holdin the beat in sync a whole lot better,ive fiddled with the pitch settings and tried 2 set them, but what else can i actually do?(bearing in mind these were an ex club pair)
     
  2. Riisu

    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    they were an ex club pair, they've been fucking rinsed.
     
  3. thedjnifty

    thedjnifty Well-Known Member

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    Maybe get them serviced? Can cost between about 30 and 50 quid per deck, but for this price it should be guaranteed that the decks are restored to their exact original specs ...

    Unless the motors fucked ...
     
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    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    where would you go about getting them serviced man? one of mine needs a look at funnily enough....
     
  5. dj__c

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    faaack.
    so much, 100quid just to get both serviced.
     
  6. masochist

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    i feel this is goin to be hard to cure
     
  8. safety

    safety double safety

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    just go to any audio shop with a technics sign in the window. i've had both of mine fixed by different independent shops