i think the blue ones are the "DJ" series and are the most moderately priced. get ellipticals because they're easier on your records. do you scratch? the red ones are their scratch model (and they're spherical which is better for scratching).Originally posted by Hipsterave
which model would you recommend?
Originally posted by beaker
my friend had a pair of the nightclubs and hasn't replaced the tips in over five years. he takes good care of his setup and they still sound great.
yeah they obviously don't sound as good as when he got them. but it's still pretty impressive.Originally posted by The Electrician
He should REALLY change thoughs... they are only good for a max of 2-3 years... with heavy use... even if they sound good to you... they still need a change... they wear down..
I think its the other way around...an eliptical stylus will wreck the track as its hugging it and shize, the back and fourthy will wear the vinyl down... or something.Originally posted by ev
if you'll be doing lots of backcuing or trying to scratch your best choice is to go an eliptical stylus.
Originally posted by kick
I think its the other way around...an eliptical stylus will wreck the track as its hugging it and shize, the back and fourthy will wear the vinyl down... or something.