Reloop Spin! 2 Digital Vinyl System Interface With Integrated MIDI Controller - £105.99 delivered. RRP £249, next cheapest £185 @ Juno records - HotUKDeals
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Amazing price from what I gather. Next cheapest I can find is £185+ postage.
Has some decent reviews and its far cheaper than Serato or Traktor etc.

You will need some cd/vinyl decks and a pc + I imagine the software will be stripped down but will be fully usable.
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#1
Nice, I bought the touch DVS stuff last year and havent had any problems with it, the lag is really low, which if you ask me is the most important part, any idea what its like on this one ?
#2
It has ASIO drivers so should go down to under 5ms which is very low. Hot deal, just sold all my DJ kit including my Hercules DJ Console but might invest in this ...
#3
Looks good the soundcard is worth this alone
#4
This is just a toy and not real dj equipment hence the discount, Serato is the only real and stable laptop dj tool, or possibly tractor for selectors/wedding djs.
#5
get traktor scratch duo. 10x better then this. (and only 150)
#6
Yeah fantastic!!!

"a 4x4 sound card with USB 2.0 that is convincing due to its extremely low latency. Beneath the cover panel, made of noble acrylic the LEDs for the input and output signals are shining. Besides switchable inputs for line sources and a turntable the 'Spin! 2' interface comes with a microphone combination-socket with phantom power for studio condenser microphones. A direct connection can be activated for latency-free monitoring. Thanks to the proper thru outputs it is possible to quickly switch between timecode and real vinyl.' The Spin! 2 software is also a milestone in the field of digital vinyl emulation:"

BUT what does it actually DO??
#7
sowotsdis
BUT what does it actually DO??


It's a vinyl/cd emulation system. The vinyl/cds have a special electronic signature on them which is interpreted by the software (which is why the soundcard is needed) and then the track of your choosing is sent through the soundcard outputs. It lets you spin mp3s on wax.
#8
motherfunk
This is just a toy and not real dj equipment hence the discount, Serato is the only real and stable laptop dj tool, or possibly tractor for selectors/wedding djs.


Ive not used this and cant because its PC only and I use OSX but I did used to own Serato and yes it was the absolute mutts nutts but if im not mistaken Serato was about £400 so this is clearly not going to come near. I just figure at this price you have very little to lose and it is considerably lower than anywhere else.

As for Traktor, I cant believe how much its dropped in price, maybe they are about to bring out an update?, not in stock anywhere, well not at sub £250.

My view is alike most things, everyone says that the item they own is the best so imo the only way is to go out and try things.

I very much doubt Reloop is crap and at they same time doubt its anywhere near as good as Serato but certainly not a bad thing to try.
#9
andyxl987
sowotsdis
BUT what does it actually DO??
It's a vinyl/cd emulation system. The vinyl/cds have a special electronic signature on them which is interpreted by the software (which is why the soundcard is needed) and then the track of your choosing is sent through the soundcard outputs. It lets you spin mp3s on wax.

Thanks
#10
Looks like a decent price but the description seems wrong. I'm not seeing an integrated midi controler, just a sound card. The Spin 2+ has an integrated midi controller which is a higher priced package.
#11
I think theyve just listed it slightly wrong. Seems to be the standard one that most places have for around £180-200
Theyve got this also for £250 which does seem to have the controller Your text here

I presume this would work with an external controller as well as turntables so still a decent option.

I guess they are a record shop and dont really know what they are listing.

Edited By: Badger1980 on Jan 02, 2011 23:10
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gghjhj
get traktor scratch duo. 10x better then this. (and only 150)

Impossible to find anymore at this price. I looked just before xmas and couldn't source one then.
#13
Anybody used this?
Seems the only stuff written about it and youtube vids are in German.

Worth a gamble?
#14
spotkick
Anybody used this? Seems the only stuff written about it and youtube vids are in German.Worth a gamble?

From what i've researched briefly last night it's basically mixvibes software with the front end changed a little. Judging by it's release date i'd guess it's mixvibes v7. Have a look for some reviews of that software for a better idea.
#15
I use Reloop spin and have done for over a year now i use it mapped with VDJ or with traktor pro (this is an **** to set up) it also comes with its own programme...which sucks haha its works just as well as serato if not better sometimes ensure you have a powerfull PC/laptop 2gb ram minimum!

ive used it in clubs with no major problems only problem ive had is my laptop was running to much stuff and it stopped reading the sound from the timecoded vinyls andi had to use the software to cue and play tracks.

Once connected to your mixer this is the way forward, i currently use a citronic pro mixer at home and it works fine using two channels but it works in any mixer as far as i can tell.

if you dont have money to throw at serato this is a winning product also check there website and forums for help setting up the time codes with different programmes including, serato scratch traktor pro and numark cue.

have fun ;)
#16
I use Reloop spin and have done for over a year now i use it mapped with VDJ or with traktor pro (this is an **** to set up) it also comes with its own programme...which sucks haha its works just as well as serato if not better sometimes ensure you have a powerfull PC/laptop 2gb ram minimum!

ive used it in clubs with no major problems only problem ive had is my laptop was running to much stuff and it stopped reading the sound from the timecoded vinyls andi had to use the software to cue and play tracks.

Once connected to your mixer this is the way forward, i currently use a citronic pro mixer at home and it works fine using two channels but it works in any mixer as far as i can tell.

if you dont have money to throw at serato this is a winning product also check there website and forums for help setting up the time codes with different programmes including, serato scratch traktor pro and numark cue.

have fun ;)

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