HOMEMIX TWIN DECKS TURNTABLES RRP £199.99, then £100, now £64.99+£3.99 p&p @Argos/Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Excellent price for Dj Starter decks
Amazon £107.44

-2 x belt drive DJ turntables, with aluminium platter, together with MIX3 professional DJ mixer.
-Headphone & microphone connections, also line and phono inputs.
-Supplied with closed ear design headphones.
-2 x turntable cartridges supplied.
-Plus / minus 10% pitch control.


+ £3.99 delivery
- jukkie
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#1
belt drive :(
#2
What you expect for £65.
Not a bad intro to djing for a young kid/bedroom dj
Shame vinyl is so bloody expensive!
#3
MorrisLDN
belt drive :(

Your kidding, what do you want for £65!!! Good deal for someone just starting out, my first decks were belt drive.
#4
AMAZING for £65!!!

As for the belt drive comment, jeez!
This is ideal for that teenager who wants to be a DJ then decides 3 months later i want to be a drummer... then i want to be a ... and it goes on and on
#5
Good price...my first decks were belt drives too.
#6
absolutely steal for a kid wanting an introduction to mixing!
like a few others, my first decks were belt drives too... doesn't half help you learn to constantly keep your ear on it!!
#7
nought wrong with belt drives for kids at this price
#8
Belt drives are far better for beginners. If you can keep a solid beat on belts, then your gonna shine on directs!!
banned#9
MP3 mixers like a berhingerBCD3000 are a better intro for kids as you don't need to buy vinyl....saying that this is still a hot deal.
#10
slamdunkin
MP3 mixers like a berhingerBCD3000 are a better intro for kids as you don't need to buy vinyl....saying that this is still a hot deal.


agree it's cheaper to get MP3... but you cannot beat vinyl.

I love my 1210's
#11
Are these any good for learning to scratch on?
#12
@ leethal they will be dog **** for scratching on. 1210's all the way for that
#13
If you can learn to play on belt drives, and if you find yourself liking DJing and you then upgrade to some Technics 1210's (for instance), you'll find you have much more time to do other stuff apart from beat-matching.

Belt drives can be temperamental, but that just means that a learner learns what to listen for, which is a plus imv.
#14
god deal............check it on the argos website

Your text here

Edited By: daalphamale on Jan 13, 2011 14:24
[mod]#15
miss my 1210's :( heat added
#16
dj_lloyde
@ leethal they will be dog **** for scratching on. 1210's all the way for that


Cheers for the info mate. Really looking for some starter decks to learn scratching that are solid but not too expensive, for the time being...

Or even an MP3 setup :)

Edited By: Leethal on Jan 13, 2011 14:27
#17
I have a sl1210 x2 for home use...but was thinking of this for an 11 year old boy...have a ton of vinyl ...but I wonder would he struggle to learn with these....(basically I dont want anymore obselete toys etc)..has anyone actually used them to mix?

Edited By: daalphamale on Jan 13, 2011 14:28
4 Likes #18
I think I am going through my MLC, I am thinking of buying these!
#19
as others have commented, if you're really interested in this, then it would be worth perhaps looking for second hand direct drive decks, but you're unlikely to get two + a mixer for anywhere near this! so good for a mess around on, etc
#20
I had some gemini Direct drive turntables and they were so much better than belt drive. My first and last. I later sold them since as i hardly never used them after a while. I would prefer to mix with mp3s since vinyls cost a fortune.
#21
just get DJ Hero :)
#22
shutdown
just get DJ Hero :)


i have that for him from the deals at xmas now thta you mention it...i think ill start there initially
#23
Wish I had my 1210's
Sold them when the kids arrived.
Still have 3000+records tho collecting dust in garage.
you cant beat vinyl
1 Like #24
I prefer the Switch Remix.
#25
Just to confirm guys, this is for Vinyl only and not MP3?

Can anyone recommend a budget MP3 set that could be an introductory step to lead up to CD-J's if they enjoy it?
#26
UberTiger
Just to confirm guys, this is for Vinyl only and not MP3?Can anyone recommend a budget MP3 set that could be an introductory step to lead up to CD-J's if they enjoy it?

You could transfer yor MP3s onto a dubplate or acetate and play them on these.
#27
+ £3.99 delivey, please remember to include delivery in future deals.
#28
Anyone know how these headphones would compare to the Sennheiser HD 25s?
banned#29
UberTiger
Just to confirm guys, this is for Vinyl only and not MP3?Can anyone recommend a budget MP3 set that could be an introductory step to lead up to CD-J's if they enjoy it?

My son has a Beringer BCD300 which also came with Traktor3 lite software....it's not the full Traktor software which costs £200, but it is very good and you can download straight from beatport with it.
1 Like #30
Great price for a very cheap starter kit.
Yes, they're not Direct Drives or CDJs but good for ruining your parents Abba Gold collection.
I started on cheapies then moved to 1210 Mk2s eventually turning to CDJ1000s. You'll find that most DJs worth their salt use CDJs now, but at £700 a turntable, they're incomparable.
Go crate digging and find some gems in charity shops!
#31
UberTiger
Just to confirm guys, this is for Vinyl only and not MP3?Can anyone recommend a budget MP3 set that could be an introductory step to lead up to CD-J's if they enjoy it?

I found a natural progression and worthwhile investment would be some second hand CDJ800s on eBay. Don't go for imitations because they'll end up being a waste of time.
Also invest in some good headphones like Sony MDRv700s or Sennheiser HD 25 mkIIs. Pricey but retain value well
banned#32
slamdunkin
[quote=UberTiger]Just to confirm guys, this is for Vinyl only and not MP3?Can anyone recommend a budget MP3 set that could be an introductory step to lead up to CD-J's if they enjoy it?

My son has a Behringer BCD3000 which also came with Traktor3 lite software....it's not the full Traktor software which costs £200, but it is very good and you can download straight from beatport with it.

Edited By: slamdunkin on Jan 13, 2011 15:12
#33
pattym
Anyone know how these headphones would compare to the Sennheiser HD 25s?

They won't.

Looking for a turntable myself for home use. Shame these don't have a dust cover. Could just rig something up though I guess.
#34
daalphamale
I have a sl1210 x2 for home use...but was thinking of this for an 11 year old boy...have a ton of vinyl ...but I wonder would he struggle to learn with these....(basically I dont want anymore obselete toys etc)..has anyone actually used them to mix?

why not install VirtualDj on your pc....its a brilliant piece os software
banned#35
VDJ download is Free here and on the VDJ website

http://download.cnet.com/Virtual-DJ/3000-18502_4-10212112.html
#36
slamdunkin
VDJ download is Free here and on the VDJ websitehttp://download.cnet.com/Virtual-DJ/3000-18502_4-10212112.html

theres also an VDJ iphone app that you control the software from your phone....pretty neat, but this app isnt cheap!!
#37
Do not buy !!!!

I used to be a DJ and belt drive are the worst to mix on

Touch the platter just slightly and the song slows right down !

Always, always either get CD now or direct drive
#38
I can't believe all the negative comments this is getting just because they are belt drive. What do you expect for the price your paying? For the set up I think it's a jolly good deal! Heat.

It's like saying a ferrari is better to learn to drive in than a fiesta because its faster!
#39
personaljesus24
daalphamale
I have a sl1210 x2 for home use...but was thinking of this for an 11 year old boy...have a ton of vinyl ...but I wonder would he struggle to learn with these....(basically I dont want anymore obselete toys etc)..has anyone actually used them to mix?


why not install VirtualDj on your pc....its a brilliant piece os software


yea you right he has a laptop an i have it

cheers!
#40
I can't believe the negative comments! I presume whoever is buying this is NOT going to be a DJ (yet), but it's perfect for beginners and if they can master this it will surely make them better when using a direct drive set-up later on!

HOT DEAL!

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