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    Turnable for beginner till 350 EUR

    Hi,
    please can you recommenn me best dj turnable for beginner?
    Reloop 2000/4000, Pioneer PLX500, or something better?
    Thanks

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    Reloop 7000 mk2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stomp View Post
    Reloop 7000 mk2.
    thanks, but it is 500 EUR with some type of Ortofon :-)

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    Better save up, lower models are waste of money and time.
    ps I think I saw it below 400 eur at Thomann. Add a basic Ortofon or Reloop cart = 30-40 eur, and you're good to go.
    Last edited by stomp; 11-19-2020 at 11:25 AM.

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    ^^^ This. Or if you really can't stretch your budget, maybe have a look at the second hand market. With a little patience and research you'll always find a good bargain.

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    Yes, but I am playing only at home. I would like to learning at home how to mixing with vinyls, I am not DJ from the club and maybe never will be:-)
    I would like to learn mixing, in my room only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djboom View Post
    Yes, but I am playing only at home. I would like to learning at home how to mixing with vinyls, I am not DJ from the club and maybe never will be:-)
    I would like to learn mixing, in my room only.
    Rest assured that the people giving advice have been in the same position as you.
    From there experience they are giving you guidance for free.

    From my experience, I have bought cheaper turntables starting out because I felt I didn't need expensive ones.
    Those turntables ended up given away for free to a friend, because they are worth little second hand.
    While expensive turntables seem a lot of money in the short term, they pay off in the long term.
    The second set of turntables I bought were expensive. That was in 1997. I still use them now. A much better investment.

    The better Reloops will serve your purposes better, and be a lot nicer experience to mix with.
    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
    finally a mix by me
    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    PIONEER PLX-500 isnt good for home playing and mixing?

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