Vestax PDX2000

Discussion in 'Production' started by hawkinsa, Jan 2, 2003.

  1. hawkinsa

    hawkinsa New Member

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    :gun: I want these decks and can afford them soon. Do you own a pair, and are they shit hot? they look it. i've read other reviews but you never know whether someone selling them on a website is the person writing it! Much respect
     
  2. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    I think klusta is a big fan of Vestax decks!

    He'll prolly see this post tomorrow :)
     
  3. Affliction

    Affliction thought size didnt matter

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    these things are pretty shit hot :slayer: lots of torque they start & stop in about 0.0005 nano seconds or something crazy like that. And the +-50% ultrapitch comes in handy aswell (not for dnb). Only thing i dont like about them is the platter is made out of some weird plastic and the slipmatts dont slip so well. Dunno if they're a contender for the 1210 throne but they come close :thumbsup:
     
  4. klusta

    klusta Pulsar

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    they absolutly rule, me and my bros are set as a 4 dec setup.

    alot of people don't like them basically caus they aint 'played' on um, i.e. started using some of the extras and got use to um. I've been playin on them since they first came out and the only downside is the fact that I now feel limited when I play out on 1210's.

    They are the absolute nutz for scratchin and dnb juggling :slayer: :pimp:

    Some of the shit done on PDX's just cannot be repeated on 1210's, which is why some of the scratch perverts are reluctant to play at venues without um. The turntabilists do pave the way for new dex.

    the bottom line is that pdx's make 1210's look lame, but because of the volume of dj's out there that hav/mix on 1210's the pdx's will take a long time to get into the clubs, therefore get properly noticed.