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  • Bought 3x ST-150 new for the cost of a single 1210M5G (the only other deck I would have considered).
  • Really well isolated. I have my 8" studio monitors on the same desk barely an inch away from the decks, the cones firing straight into the tonearms. Not a skip or bump or bit of feedback to be recognised (though I've never done the same with Technics so couldn't offer a comparison).
  • Was a little concerned with the wow & flutter numbers quoted, but so far I've done a couple of 3-minute long blends and not a single beat has gone out.
  • 25% has actually been quite handy for switching up genres.
  • Had mine in battle style to be able to fit them on my desk: no issues with accidently hitting all the extra controls. And love the detachable RCAs and right-angled cables supplied, which help to keep things neat.
  • Being able to modify the brake has proved for some interesting braking effects, but never really adjusted the starting torque off MAX.
  • Six months, I really can't fault them. Just hoping to score some top plates for them, as the paint job isn't as quality as 1200s and wouldn't put it past it chipping.


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Nice.

Less chatter and more pics please.
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My setup. 2 Stanton t.80's . M.201 (or 202, I forgot) mixer, and 3 100w speakers. Not too bad, seeing as I'm 15. How much do you reckon this all cost?
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My setup. 2 Stanton t.80's . M.201 (or 202, I forgot) mixer, and 3 100w speakers. Not too bad, seeing as I'm 15. How much do you reckon this all cost?

Nice! Great modest entry level setup you've got there mate. Props to ya!
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How much do you reckon this all cost?

approx $860 would be the lightsounds cost, dj warehouse/storedj for around $645

second hand you would be looking $350-$400
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Eeeeek. Add in the amp, headphones and desk, it was coming closer to $1000. I might have been ripped off but hey, it's all setup now, so let the playing begin...
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so let the playing begin...

This.

15 years old and knows how the shit rolls.
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what is this? a 15 year old without pioneer cdj 2000s and djm 2000 mixer? gjdm
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what is this? a 15 year old without pioneer cdj 2000s and djm 2000 mixer? gjdm

What's so bad about them? Is that what every newcomer uses?
Also, vinyl appealed to me better (thats a different argument) but goddam it's expensive for a casual worker.
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What's so bad about them? Is that what every newcomer uses?
Also, vinyl appealed to me better (thats a different argument) but goddam it's expensive for a casual worker.

I think the joke was actually giving you props, as in you were one of the guys who worked/bought sensible equipment rather than begging their folks for the latest pioneer kit so they can play fully sic dubstep.

Wish I bought my equipment at your age!
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What's so bad about them? Is that what every newcomer uses?
Also, vinyl appealed to me better (thats a different argument) but goddam it's expensive for a casual worker.

2nd hand vinyl is cheap as chips. Most new music is crap anyway, better off buying stuff from 3 - 10 years ago
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Oh yeah. I worked for it all though. Do you know how much $1000 means to a 15 year old working casual at Red Rooster with crap bosses?
Anyway, I recently bought some Chicago/Detroit house on vinyl for $10 each. Green Velvet, Mr. Fingers, Lil' Louis, those guys. Anyway, I need a new Stanton cartridge and a vinyl cleaning brush so Imma head down to the Rocking Horse (Brisbane) and I'll probs get sucked into some crate digging as well.
And I still need to save up for a car. Might not go to schoolies....
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Anyway, I recently bought some Chicago/Detroit house on vinyl for $10 each. Green Velvet, Mr. Fingers, Lil' Louis, those guys.

nice one! some of those tracks might be 20+ years old and they will still sound current today. good to see at least some young kids have their head screwed on right and doin it proper!
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nice one! some of those tracks might be 20+ years old and they will still sound current today. good to see at least some young kids have their head screwed on right and doin it proper!

Quality over quantity mate. Some shit now'days is like' Why even bother putting that on vinyl?' Anyway, that's a rant for another day
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Hopefully add some CDJ1000's to this in the coming months, and yes i am aware i desperately need a clean up
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Wow mate. Got some very nice things going on there.
2 nice numarks with some really cool tonearms and headshells/cartridges. A Pioneer mixer that looks like it does the job. Also, did you cut out some styrofoam or something and place it around you setup. It looks like it's in it's own little trench. IMHO.
Just curious, but how much does it total up to?
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you forgot to mention the dj skudero promo card m8
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Wow mate. Got some very nice things going on there.
2 nice numarks with some really cool tonearms and headshells/cartridges. A Pioneer mixer that looks like it does the job. Also, did you cut out some styrofoam or something and place it around you setup. It looks like it's in it's own little trench. IMHO.
Just curious, but how much does it total up to?

Thanks a lot mate, the desk is built from MDF, the top part was just cut out to fit over the gear. Everything sits flush to the top. Keeps everything as tidy as possible. I paid £500 for the numarks 2 years ago, The ortofon carts were £112 2 years ago and the DJM800 was £1149 just a few months back.
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you forgot to mention the dj skudero promo card m8

Its a flyer from an event he did in the north east of the UK were i live. Probably the best night out ive had
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Upgraded my mixer to a 900 recently and got some new m-audio bx8a's

Paid $1600 for a new dim 900
$300 for the bx8a's

Thinking of upgrading 2000's because i know a few contacts and can get pioneer gear really cheap

Also gonna get a proper desk made thats a lot higher and fits everything nicely.

have paid for everything i own and will continue - 18 years old and loving the music scene
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Anyway, I recently bought some Chicago/Detroit house on vinyl for $10 each. Green Velvet, Mr. Fingers, Lil' Louis, those guys.

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Using Serato and vinyl, traktor or ableton. Depends on the set and the style of music. Still not confident enough to play out on just serato yet! (except maybe a psytrance set for some reason...) Ableton with a couple of midi controllers on the otherhand, heaps of fun in a club!

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Speakers are over in the other part of the room. An Rotel setup from the early 80's. Sounds so much better than a digital speaker system, even when playing music from a digital source.

Would like to upgrade the Typhoon though to have more options for mixing techno and prog with loops etc.

I use serato more for house, dubstep, DnB, psytrance...
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Digi, do you have The Bridge running?
And what are those can's you have in the last pic? the yellow ones. AKG'S?
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Upgraded my mixer to a 900 recently and got some new m-audio bx8a's

Paid $1600 for a new dim 900
$300 for the bx8a's

Thinking of upgrading 2000's because i know a few contacts and can get pioneer gear really cheap

Also gonna get a proper desk made thats a lot higher and fits everything nicely.

have paid for everything i own and will continue - 18 years old and loving the music scene

You're the dude that bought my xone 22, miss that little thing, awesome 2 channel mixer! Good to see you're still enjoying the mixing. How does the 900 go? Looks similar to the 800 imo but I have not played with one yet.

You mention upgrading to 2000's, with the 900 can't you play your computer via USB to the in built sound card and use a DVS with Traktor or similar? If so you could play all your digital files through timecode cd's in your 1000's? Doesn't seem like the 2000's would offer much extra functionality if this is the case. I only mention it as the 1000's are good solid units with a sturdier feel (IMO) than the 2000's. But hey, just my opinion and if you can get a good price on pioneer equipment as you say and are happy to spend the money why not?

edit, I'm assuming those are mk3's, and that you have a laptop for this to work well?
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Digi, do you have The Bridge running?
And what are those can's you have in the last pic? the yellow ones. AKG'S?

Nah, haven't tried The Bridge yet- something I will def get round to eventually. As for the headphones, the larger ones are some awesome phillips ones, the yellow ones are el cheapos from 'Factory'- not too bad for their impact though for $30! (and they have oldskool rave smiley faces!)
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2 x Stanton T.80

Do they have enough torque?
My t.60's aren't that great with the torque but I should be able to get my head around it.
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the 60's are stantons "we'll get ya hooked on the price to buy the next setup"
Decent, do what they do but are definately no 1200's.
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i think the torque on the t80's is higher than 1200's also. Havent used stantons but they look the part.
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I haven't used Stanton turntables either.

With the end of the Technics era it seems that perhaps Stanton would be next best choice?
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the 60's are stantons "we'll get ya hooked on the price to buy the next setup"

The STR8-60's were my second pair of decks (The Citronic PD1's were my first)

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I haven't used Stanton turntables either.

With the end of the Technics era it seems that perhaps Stanton would be next best choice?

Citronic PD-45's are incredibly good.

3x as much torque.

They feel just as solid as Techincs do.

Look just as sexy as Techincs do.

They also cost me half the price of what Technics use to cost brand new and came with a 3 year warranty.
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Citronic PD-45's are incredibly good.

3x as much torque.

They feel just as solid as Techincs do.

Look just as sexy as Techincs do.

Techincs are the palsonic of turntables
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^^ I haven't seen those Citronic turntables but the Stanton ST150 (and whatever the American Audio rebadged model was) was a heap of junk IMO. Way too much wow and flutter on the platter.

That reminds me, I've gotta pull my Technics out and get them serviced.

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[quote=plan-b;394469738That reminds me, I've gotta pull my Technics out and get them serviced.[/quote]

Angus, if you find someone in Brisbane who can do a good job for a decent price let us know.

I rang around a few places and the prices quoted were a joke.

I know a guy on the coast who is good and dosen't charge a heap, just a hassle with the drop off/pick up.
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The T.80's have quite good torque- they still don't feel as sturdy as Technics, but that's because the outer case is plastic, not metal. I got them second-hand for $600 for the two. I reckon it was an awesome deal!
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You're the dude that bought my xone 22, miss that little thing, awesome 2 channel mixer! Good to see you're still enjoying the mixing. How does the 900 go? Looks similar to the 800 imo but I have not played with one yet.

You mention upgrading to 2000's, with the 900 can't you play your computer via USB to the in built sound card and use a DVS with Traktor or similar? If so you could play all your digital files through timecode cd's in your 1000's? Doesn't seem like the 2000's would offer much extra functionality if this is the case. I only mention it as the 1000's are good solid units with a sturdier feel (IMO) than the 2000's. But hey, just my opinion and if you can get a good price on pioneer equipment as you say and are happy to spend the money why not?

edit, I'm assuming those are mk3's, and that you have a laptop for this to work well?

900 is indeed very similar to the 800, only real improvements that i can really enjoy and use is the xpad and the few extra colours (haven't really used the sound card yet). As you mentioned I am yet to try these out connected to my macbook but i will give it a shot in the next few days and see how it goes But yeah obviously would save a lot more money and makes a lot more sense
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Aahhh! My cartridge broke! I've been looking around and the cheapest I can find is 23 pounds (40 ish dollars).
Can you connect a different branded cartridge to a stanton headshell? If not, I'll have to ship from the UK, and I can't really wait 2 1/2 weeks.
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Yeah, that shit sucks. Sorry can't help but just wondered if any of you vinyl peeps can suggest ways top get rid of static/popping sounds from old records?
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@teddylorcan: fairly certain I've seen pics of Ortofon OM and Shure carts on Stanton headshells. If you can't get a confirmation, trawl through this thread and see if you can find a pic that states as much.


@m_xt: might be worth asking in the production forum. Aside from using some Revirginizer and anti-static clothes, if you use a DVS you may need to consider ripping the wax and then try to clean up the digital version.
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Yeah, that shit sucks. Sorry can't help but just wondered if any of you vinyl peeps can suggest ways top get rid of static/popping sounds from old records?

If the record is dirty, AM Cleaning Solution does the trick.
If the record is scratched or worn, there is nothing you can do. If you really must play the track I advise you to rip it, Audacity has a click/pop removal tool. Note: you have to manually select every click and pop yourself, it's a pretty time consuming task. It took me around 2 hours to roughly clean up a 6 minute track, and I certainly didn't get all of them, just the loud and repetitive ones.
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Yeah, that shit sucks. Sorry can't help but just wondered if any of you vinyl peeps can suggest ways top get rid of static/popping sounds from old records?

This shit works a treat. Store DJ stock this.

http://recordrevirginizer.com/
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Thanks all, will try that revirginiser. I'm not intending to play the records out, was more hoping to make old rock records a bit nicer to listen to.
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Isn't there like a vinyl cleaning brush? I don't know, but I've heard about it.
Oh, by the way, this is teddylorcan, so don't get all creeped out.
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Yeah but just to clean dust off. Won't clean up scratches and the like.

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Angus, if you find someone in Brisbane who can do a good job for a decent price let us know.

I rang around a few places and the prices quoted were a joke.

I know a guy on the coast who is good and dosen't charge a heap, just a hassle with the drop off/pick up.

Jesus! Baax! Long time no see!

Will do mate, I'm down the coast every few weeks at Platinum and sometimes my gf and I make a full weekend of it, so I might be able to do a pickup/drop off over a couple of weekends and drop mine off at the same time.
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Yeah but just to clean dust off. Won't clean up scratches and the like.

Alright. Might do some research on them. Getting into buying more vinyl, but it's getting expensive, don't you know.
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Aahhh! My cartridge broke! I've been looking around and the cheapest I can find is 23 pounds (40 ish dollars).
Can you connect a different branded cartridge to a stanton headshell? If not, I'll have to ship from the UK, and I can't really wait 2 1/2 weeks.

Just out of interest, how did your cartridge break?
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