« Good price »Publié le 07/10/12 à 07:02
The price of the Radius 3000 is very affordable, but I do want to suggest to a future buyer that maybe saving a few hundred more dollars if you can and just get a Pioneer CDJ system. They are built to last and just feel so much more better and have a better output sound.
The Radius 3000 does have some key features that make it very competitive and for the price, most people will not pass this unit up. You have around 9 FX options on the Radius 3000 , Filter , Phase, Flanger, Pan and Scratch just to name a few, along with the Digital Bpm you will have the tap button as well to match all of your tempo’s really easy and fast. The Radius 3000 also had MIDI capabilities for input and output mapping. So whether you need to have all of your music organized or you want to search for a song while you already have one playing , you will have some pretty advanced features for a 400 dollars you will have a solid built CDJ system. But as I stated, I would save more for the Pioneer line if you can hold off. The Radius 3000 is not a bad unit at all, It just feels like it is made for more of a beginner rather than a paid DJ. Also make sure you invest in some good audio cords, because the ones that come with it are not very good and are cheap. This unit is also smaller and lighter than a lot of other CDJ systems, but maybe because it is not as well built.