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    Quote Originally Posted by SlayForMoney View Post
    Also, coming from experience with Denon equipment that also (like the Phase) generates it's own version of timecode that "should" be compatible with Traktor/Serato/Rekordbox, don't be surprised when suddenly you start getting weird problems after a software update. Calibration failed, software pitch suddenly locks to -30%, software switches to int mode,....all problems solved by using a official timecode vinly/CD.
    I hadn't considered this, but you're right. I suppose it's similar to when Apple/Microsoft releases a new OS and the app needs to be updated to be compatible. Pain in the ass, sure; but it shouldn't be a deal-breaker.

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    I think $350 is a fair price and may be a steal if the product performs as well as my Rane, Pioneer, and Technics products. If the technology cuts the mustard than think of the time and money saved vs current DVS systems.


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    Dont get me wrong, I'm not hating on Phase at all, just not sure if it's as game changing as some claim it to be.

    As a matter of fact, I'm quite excited to see this out in the wild to see what its capable of in the right hands. Also if I was to finally make the switch from mainly vinyl to DVS, I'd certainly be interested in Phase. $350 for this tech is a steal IMO.

    The writing is on the wall for us vinyl users if Phase takes off. With companies like Shure dropping their range of carts / styli, it may not be long for Ortofon to have the same idea. Maybe that's the game changer?
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    I just got mine 2 weeks ago. A few hiccups that need to be adjusted via firmware update, but other than that everything is good. Better to pay $399/pair than $700 for a rane 12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spy View Post
    If I was a mobile DJ and/or gigging regularly, they would be a very interesting prospect indeed, especially as someone who is only accustomed to using turntables. One can probably obtain a Tutuapp 9Apps ShowBox very nice controller for similar money, so it might not be such an attention grabber for someone who comes from a media player/controller background. However, I suspect it's not really aimed at that group of DJ's anyway...
    Cheap in comparison to a NS7iii or a pair of Rane 12's but I see where you're coming from. However, if my understanding is correct, they're a relatively small company with only one other product on the market so they don't have the economy of scale that the likes of Numark, Rane, etc. do.
    Last edited by ZIMZIMOU; 07-12-2019 at 01:23 PM.

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    5 hrs without a hiccup


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