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funkyfresh
04-17-2012, 05:00 PM
Anyone heard or tried this TT? I saw that DMC is giving a pair of these away to the winner of their online dj battles. I wonder how they feel/compare to the TT 1200's.
http://www.djtechpro.com/product_detail.asp?display=image&cate_id=62&subcate_id=106&product_id=527&icon_path=/uploads/Image/large/sl_1300_mk6_B_04_m&image_path=/uploads/Image/large/sl_1300_mk6_B_04_l

HBBoogie
04-17-2012, 05:40 PM
It's another super OEM turntable from Hanpin Electron. They basically sell their TT's to different companies like Stanton, Reloop, Citronic ect... And those companies will cosmetically make that turntable theirs.

I would say that turntable might feel a lot like a stanton 150, but i think this one is based off a different model and has different specs. (DJ-U1160)

http://www.hanpin.com.tw/4_Products_02.html

DJ Difficult
08-12-2014, 11:45 AM
Let's lift this topic up..
Does anyone have a first hand experience about these tables? Thomann sells them for only 199 and I think that it's a very good price for a Super OEM table.
I sold my tables about a year ago and I think that now is the time to buy some new ones.

James Martin
08-12-2014, 09:58 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_ciHwI96Lc

I remember seeing a review of a mk6 on djbooth.com a few years back.

DJ Difficult
08-13-2014, 04:34 AM
Yes, I saw that one too. I'm just wondering how these can be so cheap. Reloops 7000's cost about 400. Two pretty expensive extra knobs?

Panotaker
08-13-2014, 07:49 AM
Can't these manufactures come up with a different name for their turntables that doesn't try to cash in on the Technics name?

Sigma
08-13-2014, 08:16 AM
Yes, I saw that one too. I'm just wondering how these can be so cheap. Reloops 7000's cost about 400€. Two pretty expensive extra knobs?
DJ-Tech seem to operate on smaller margins than other manufacturers.

Their new mixer, for example, is supposedly only going to cost $239 yet it has a Mini innoFADER for the crossfader, hardware-based filters and MIDI functionality like a Native Instruments Z2.

http://i.imgur.com/Iw3D3IN.jpg

DJ Difficult
08-13-2014, 09:25 AM
That looks nice! Only con for me is that I don't see possibility to listen master out thru the headphones.

Edit. I use Mixvibes so this would be perfect mixer for me. But for mixing at home I need the possibility to listen master in headphones. Pretty often I practice when everybody else are sleeping.

Sigma
08-13-2014, 09:32 AM
That looks nice! Only con for me is that I don't see possibility to listen master out thru the headphones.

Edit. I use Mixvibes so this would be perfect mixer for me. But for mixing at home I need the possibility to listen master in headphones. Pretty often I practice when everybody else are sleeping.
It's got a cue/master switch on the front. You just can't see it in that picture.

Here's a pic of it courtesy of DJWORX: -

http://i.imgur.com/c00wqYr.jpg

And the back panel: -

http://i.imgur.com/mYndQeZ.jpg

Open the images in a new tab/window to see them full size.

DJ Difficult
08-13-2014, 09:40 AM
Thanks man! I really have to check this out!

Sigma
08-13-2014, 09:47 AM
Yeah man, as long as the build quality is there it's an absolute steal. I have a Z2 with the same crossfader in it and I love that mixer, and this offers most of the Z2's functionality at a much lower price.

DJ Difficult
08-13-2014, 09:49 AM
Just came back from Google..
It seems that it doesn't have a built in soundcard for dvs. I thought that it would work straight with Mixvibes Dvs because MV works with any soundcard. But still, this looks very promising mixer.

Sigma
08-13-2014, 09:52 AM
Haha, yeah, that would be asking a bit much of a $239 mixer that has a $99 crossfader in it.

DJ Difficult
08-13-2014, 10:09 AM
Fortunately I allready have a Mixvibes own soundcard. Bought it for 20 among with control cd's and vinyls. But because I don't currently own tt's it's useless. Playing with control cd's is a pain. I rather use real silver assholes :lol:
But when i'm doing open format gigs from 22 to 04, I connect my mac straight to cdj's because Mixvibes works great in Hid mode with any cdj that have USB connection. The amount of music that I need in those gigs is so huge that I simply don't want to burn all them on discs.
Shorter house gigs are a different story. Those gigs I play from cd's.