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FP User's review (Vestax - FDG-1)

By FP User, 09/11/2008
Pretty simple.... one input (phono/line), one output, 3 rotary freq. knob kills + 3 instant kill switches, and a bypass switch. that's all....

Price paid


very good sounding unit!!! tho the S/N-R is a bit high (generaly, and compared to a set of EQKillers), the overall sound is very good!!! the boosting of a freq. sound very good (especially the low freq. boost, sound very dynamic and "rounded" and not punchy or harsh), the slope is nice and smooth, with no static noise made by the freq. knobs which are rather big, hence - it is easier to make small adjustments

if you can't use it, ur in the wrong biz :p cos' this unit is as simple as it gets!! manual wasn't needed, and if it was, it was very "skimpish" on the info the unit can be set in a tabletop position, or in a half-rack space (or 19" rack with optional kit)

very well built, weighted a lot more than i expected. the unit is like a small brick! the freq. knobs are super smooth (i even like to turn them just for fun!), but the switches are a bit too short (and i got tiny-girlish palms). like the EQKiller, it too uses an external PSU this unit can take a lot of abuse, and i've seen it been used in one of the best clubs here in Israel (HaOman 17), that's gotta say something about its build

nice unit, i like it... made me consider its bigger brothers (the DCR-1200 and DCR-1200PRO) as a future option.... the build and sound quality is better than the EQKillers, but i still like the EQKiller better since it offers a lot more.

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Audiofanzine FR's review (Audiophony - SD-MASTER)

By Audiofanzine FR, 14/11/2008
(Originally written by djblackbay/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

I tested this instrument for a while and I decided to buy it. The manufacturing quality is good, the instrument is light but not cheesy, the rotary knobs, the pitch control and the jog wheel have a good quality and do their job properly!! I find the functions very comprehensive and easy to use. The value for money is very good. The only problem is the 2 GB limitation for each card. I advice you to buy high-speed cards (about 10 MB/s in order to use both sides simultaneously without having to wait 2 or 3 seconds for a folder to open). Playback starts as soon as your press "CUE" or "Play", there is no sec delay like on Pioneer devices. This unit can replace a dual CD player or two single CD players or turntables.

Check the user's manual from Hitmusic:

Fun (Numark - Virtual Vinyl)

By JimboSpins, 06/10/2012
Numark’s Virtual Vinyl is a DJ Software complete system that comes with an audio interface. It comes priced in at about 450 and it is worth every penny of it! You can mix, scratch and sample all of your audio files with this analog turntable. It comes with CUE 5 software that will run on your system without any issues, it is easy to install and doesn’t take up much of your CPU. You can visually check your mix right on the screen, you don’t have to have speakers to do it on if you don’t want. You can run your audio or video out to a system that is external like in a club and everyone else can see and hear what you are doing very easily. Now I wouldn’t want to use this system as my main set up, just because I don’t feel it is a good enough work flow for me, and part of the reason is because I am just not as comfortable with it is I would like to be but over time it will grow on me. It has been out for a few years now though I have only had it for a year and maybe used it a total of 50 hours or so just messing around. I have not used it in a live setting and probably won’t because I just don’t trust it yet.

It is a good system to buy for someone who wants the whole experience of using hardware with software. As long as you have a fast computer you should be able to work well with it. I have used several similar systems and most of them are all priced at about the same number so I am pretty sure it’s a standard value for the price. I wouldn’t purchase this if you are a full time working DJ though.

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