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mike haddad

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thoughts?
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RetroClub14
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Serato is neat. However, its design and functionality better suits Hip-hop deejays. As for mixing, the accuracy is just not spot on. As a newcomer, it's a "just noticeable difference."
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MNTN

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very satisfied with it
using it for 2 years now


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i have been using for almost 2 years, it is fine. Got this to transition away from vinyls without investing in CD decks. The downfall with this setup is it works with mp3 files and i have been wondering about using a better quality such as wav files.
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Digitalbil

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its a good system but a bit annoying on the setup unless the club has one already to go.
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mvp123

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i like cds more
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tomditchitall

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Depending on your style of music, as mentioned above - good for Hip Hop/turntablists, otherwise check out traktor scratch.
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toolegit

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Having used both, traktor is definitely better for dance music, Hip Hop/Funk etc is alot nicer to play out with on serato
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