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opticon

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About opticon

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  • Birthday 21/03/1985

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    2x CDJ 2000's
    1x DJM 900 Nexus
    M-Audio CX-5 Pro Studio Monitors
    Pioneer Roadcase
  1. It will fit the 10" cd players, there's spacers etc that came with the coffin to fit the smaller players. I had the 900 in there so if it's the same size or smaller it should fit. I put it on gumtree for $150, they are about $300 new
  2. It's all sold, except for the road coffin (which is up on gumtree)
  3. Hardly used and in perfect condition, includes all cables, box etc. The guys that made these have bought back the rights to the software etc and already released a new firmware for it and they plan to keep doing it. $250
  4. I've been running 8 for a couple of months (get early access through work) and I've found it more stable than 7 Microsoft is giving out the Media Center Pack for free if anyone wants it, you dont need a windows 8 key to get the feature pack http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/wind ... ture-packs
  5. At the end of the year I'll be moving overseas and I'm trying to limit what I take with me. I still have the original boxes for everything, everything was purchased back in Jan 2012. The CDJ's and DJM have spent their whole life in the roadcase (except for me taking these pictures). Over the last 6 months or so it's seen very little use as I've spent quite a few months overseas this year. Currently looking for $5000 for all of it. Everything is pickup from Perth at the moment, I'll consider splitting the CDJ's and Mixer from the rest if there is a buyer for all of it. 2x Pioneer CDJ 2000 1x Pioneer DJM 900 Nexus 1x Litecase road coffin to suit the above 1x Pioneer HDJ 2000 headphones 2x M-Audio CX-5 Studio monitors 1x Stands to suit the Studio Monitors 1x Ikea breakfast style table to sit everything on Pictures: http://members.iinet.net.au/~devvyn/DSCN1234.jpg http://members.iinet.net.au/~devvyn/DSCN1241.jpg http://members.iinet.net.au/~devvyn/DSCN1244.jpg http://members.iinet.net.au/~devvyn/DSCN1247.jpg
  6. It may not tick the boxes for you regarding the number of drives but the HP Microserver could be an option, I have two of these acting as HTPC\Servers running Windows 7 Media Center. I've put a RAID card in there to give me 4x2TB drives in RAID 5 for hard drive redundancy, some people have even got 9 drives in these things. You can find the base unit for around $250 online (www.staticice.com.au) http://n40l.wikia.com/wiki/HP_MicroServer_N40L_Wiki
  7. They all look good for price, but personally for me they all lack a full HD screen, anything less than 1920x1080 and I don't want anything to do with it now days
  8. I was in the market for a new laptop as at the end of the year I'll be travelling + contract working around the globe so I wanted something bigger than a 13" MBA but portable. Just picked up an Asus N56VM (i7, 4GB, 750GB, Full HD screen, Nvidia GT630, Blu-ray) for $1200 including a extra 1 year asus warranty. Currently installing my own Windows 7 copy on there now
  9. You will need a license to use traktor on your laptop. Basically download and install the djm 900 tool from pioneer, plug the USB from the 900 into your laptop, use the tool to set the channels etc and use the traktor setup wizard to get it going. You'll still need 2x more USB ports to use the CDJ in HID mode as well.
  10. Still no advanced HID for CDj's, thinking of moving to serato now because they won't implement it
  11. Ellaskins is wikid, watch his vids and you'll learn In one of his vid's he tries to beathmatch 7-8 CDJ\Turntables I wish I had that much gear to play around with
  12. Here's mine http://soundcloud.com/opticon454/adjf-march-2012-battle
  13. Currently previewing mine now to make sure I'm happy with it. I'm off to Thailand for 2 weeks from the 26th so unfortunately I probably wont be able to preview anyone else who has uploaded after then and vote for them
  14. I agree, USB is becoming cheaper and cheaper and will\has taken over CD as the portable format. Almost every new car radio player has USB on the front face or cable (even $100 ones). Why carry a 700MB CD when you can get a 16GB USB for $20 now and for most people have their entire music collection with them. I guess the next move is getting rid of USB for 99% of portable storage and then everything becomes cloud based. With 4G mobile networks starting to make it's appearance in Australia it probably will happen.
  15. The DJTECH code from Sol's post is still working for whoever is purchasing and wants to save a few bucks http://www.ausdjforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=9262&p=132571&hilit=DJTECH#p132571
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