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post Oct 12 2010, 01:02 AM
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post Jan 18 2011, 11:45 PM
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Just assembled my new desk a few days ago. Actually, everything is pretty much new from the last time i posted.


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post Jan 19 2011, 06:05 PM
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Updated original post to reflect something newer than my desk from 2006.
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post Jan 19 2011, 06:40 PM
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Dag yo, what kind of monitors are you using? And are those stanton turntables? How are you liking them? It's becoming harder and harder to find some technics for a decent price these days so I might take it down a notch and get some lower end gear.


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post Jan 20 2011, 09:11 AM
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I have Alesis M1's for the turntable rig, and a Pioneer home theater setup for the PC, in 2 channel. The Alesis give a nice flat reference, while the Pioneer is great for gaming.

Yep, Stantons. The only issue I have had with them is slightly low torque, but that may be due to the wear and age of the units. They work like a charm with Serato. Definitely easier on the wallet than 1200s, and miles ahead of entry level brands.

Here's a shot of them in action in the field.

My setup from last weekend's show. on Twitpic

I also keep a single cheapie CDJ on hand, as I spin and scratch for performers, who often give me a CDR of their backing tracks. It's easier to swap CDRs between groups, than try to set up the laptop's audio out and bypass the SL1 box everytime. That way I can still scratch over their tracks.
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