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Pioneer CDJ-350 : Not bad but not a "bomb"

I started mixing in 1987 and really mix the tempo and sequence in 1988 at the time acid house and techno with Technics MK2, I officiated pro for over ten years, only in nightclubs , bars, pubs, or techno parties

I finally launched this year on CD (although I no longer "pro" now, just mix with me or friends), I chose to automatically Technics and I wanted something new, given the exorbitant price and scandalous large models of the brand I chose the 350

the transition to "plateau" has cost a few hours to understand all the subtleties but ultimately it is a technology that I find the point

I use no CD but with songs stored on USB flash drive 64 go, we gain precious time to mix the pieces below, is the thing that really amazed!
they have no effect but it does not bother me since I assignable effects on my DJM 400, I used quite a few anyway

by then the tempo issue against it thickens, it was not the time to add a decimal to BPM because they are not accurate enough to enjoy it, there are even times where I made long mixes with a BPM difference between the two pieces being yet totally in tune "by ear" unacceptable when one uses a decimal BPM!

that's why the score will be lowered because really the rest is almost all good (except the inflated price knowing the margin applied ...)

PS: I use them for 5 months