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Vestax 275

beaker

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i know two people who own it and both of theirs are broken or have been broken. one of them broke within 4 months of him buying it.
 

Lexicon

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hmmmmm funny u asked, I was trying it out at my friend's place last weekend, wasn't too bad of a mixer....

By any chance, your name is Kevin, Red Turtle?
 

quantumdj

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I own one. I find it a very reliable, solid mixer. I hear a lot of rumours about problems, but I havent had a single one. Its great if you're experimenting with three decks, if I wasnt I would have bought a Red Infader, but i'm very satisfied with it.
 
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pr0nstar

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<hug djm500>
Haven't tried that Vestax, but most of the others I have tried are pretty decent mixers.
But most decent Vestax I speak of start at $500 and go up over $1500.

pr0nstar
 

RJ45

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by beaker:
i know two people who own it and both of theirs are broken or have been broken. one of them broke within 4 months of him buying it. </font>
That's bad right?
 

quantumdj

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by beaker:
actually i think they both had the 270 so maybe the 275 has better parts?</font>
The 270 is a rip off. The 275 has good parts. What I heard is that the 17a was just a cheap version of the 27a, designed for an entry level market. They didnt expect that the 17a would be the more popular one, although it cost half as much. So to sell the 27a, they had to cut its $1100+ price tag. Solution: the 270, a 27a on the outside, but a 17a on the inside. Big mistake. The 270 was a shitty mixer. So their next solution was to redo the 27a, but introduce more a efficient manufacturing process to cut the costs, to make the 275.

Now I could be wrong, because the person who told me this was trying to sell one. Nonetheless, I have had no problems.

alphastate~
 

tommysmalls

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i've had the 275 for 2+ months and i love it....the crossfader has been tested to withstand over 1 million slides...apparently the channel faders are what goes first, so you gotta be gentle with em.

for $700, you get what you pay for - a good medium quality mixer that feels great to use

cheers,
tommy
 
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dj Red Turtle

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Lexicon:
hmmmmm funny u asked, I was trying it out at my friend's place last weekend, wasn't too bad of a mixer....

By any chance, your name is Kevin, Red Turtle?
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Yes it is. Whos this?
 

Lexicon

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It's Aaron here.
I was at a friend's (Alan) place somewhere at Richmond Hill last friday, and I just thought you might be the Kevin I met there.....
 

dj Red Turtle

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Hey Aaron , whats up. Whatcha guys doing this Friday. Up for another session? One more thing.... whens your show? You can email me at kyu@mpathix.com
 

Lexicon

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haha.. okay, Kev, I'll hit you up with an e-mail later this evening about the show.
It'll be on friday, I'll provide you with more info on that....

Not sure if there'll be any session this week, I'll let u know if anything comes up.

cheers.
 

quantumdj

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by tommysmalls:
...apparently the channel faders are what goes first, so you gotta be gentle with em.</font>
Fortunately, they are replaceable, just like a crossfader. The entire top panel comes off, and voila, replaceable components.
 
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Gunark

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by beaker:
actually i think they both had the 270 so maybe the 275 has better parts?</font>
The PMC 270 is the shitty cheap one. The PCV 275 is nice and solid (it better be cuz I own one


My only complaint about this mixer is the lack of a cue fader. Split cue is kind of gay.

But other than that I can't say enough good things about it. The whole thing just screams quality.
 

Spinsah

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My cross fader blew after just two months of use...and I hardly ever use a cross fader to begin with.

Just a warning, it's still a sweet mixer.
 
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Guest

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by dj Red Turtle:
Not saving up for the pioneer anymore?</font>

I'm going to get something high end a little down the line, maybe even a 600 or a rane but right now I have a party to pay for and can't afford it.
 

Kalemic

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I own the "inferior" 270a but still really like it and have had no problems at all so far. So I can only assume that the 275 is that and better.

Now MY STUPID ROOMATE just came home with a Allen & Heath Xone:62 and I have been playing with it for the last hour and a half...

OH. MY. GOD.

Like I said I like my mixer but if you can hold back and save your money... GET THE XONE:62!!!! God I'm in love with it and may have to hurt my roomate to get it, the sound quality is phenominal!!
 
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