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  1. I miss the look of the old Stanton equipment! I think those blue st-150's look beautiful with the old iconic Stanton "S" logo. I don't know why you guys got rid of the Stanton "S" logo. I always thought it looked pretty cool. I would also like to see more of the old black/blue, grey/blue or all grey color schemes you guys used to do! I think Numark made some grey/blue mixers, but they never looked as nice as the Stantons. Anyway, just some random thoughts I had while looking through some pics of old mixers/turntables.
  2. Why is the Stanton 680hp replacement stylus so hard to find? I liked the 680's but have now switched to Shure's because the replacement needles are easier to find.
  3. I've had this same problem before with Traktor. I don't know what kind of computer you're using, but if it's a windows machine you can try this: Go to: control panel > hardware and sound > under sound click "manage audio devices" double click on SPDIF and it will bring up the property window. in that window there should be some tabs like this: (general)(supported formats)(levels)(enhancements)(advanced) click on advanced and it should say: Default format Select the sample rate and bit depth to be used when running shared mode. Click on the drop box and make sure 2 channel,16 bit,44100 hz (cd quality) is selected. I've found that on newer windows machines it will usually be set to 2 channel,16 bit,48000 hz (DVD quality) and you will get all those crackling sounds. Anyway, I don't know if this will help you or not, but I guess it's worth a shot.
  4. The Numark DJ io is to use along side of midi controllers that don't have any kind of headphone cueing system, or if you wanted to dj with just a laptop. for recommended sound cards: http://www.virtualdj.com/products/hardware.html (scroll down to the bottom where it says sound cards) I think the cheapest way to go is the ESI Maya44 sound card. You can probably get a used one for super cheap :) http://www.virtualdj.com/wiki/Timecode%20Requirements.html Edit: If you go with the ESI Maya44 sound card you WILL NOT be able to switch from time code vinyl to regular vinyl by flipping the phono/line switches like you can with other sound cards. Here's a good setup video for the maya44 -
  5. What software/soundcard are you using? If you're referring to the Numark DJ io soundcard, it won't work. That soundcard has no rca inputs for time code. You need a soundcard with at least 4 ins and 4 outs. Yes, you will need time code vinyl to get your turntables to work with your dj software. Your mixer does not need a usb connection. Sound simply runs in where you will have control (knobs, faders, volume ect...) and then out to your amp/speakers. Some diagrams that might help.
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