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Gem Sound CD-70 Pro Dual CD Player
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The CD-70 Professional Dual CD Player is a rackmountable unit packed with professional features like optical and coaxial digital outputs and 16-bit l...Click To Read More About This Product
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The CD-70 Professional Dual CD Player is a rackmountable unit packed with professional features like optical and coaxial digital outputs and 16-bit linear 8X oversampling for pristine reproduction, jog and shuttle wheel control, variable pitch control, and a precision A-B loop. Disc remain, track remain, and realtime displays let a DJ know just where it's at, and the frame-accurate search provides precision tracking.
- Professional, rackmountable dual DJ CD player
- Optical/coaxial digital outputs
- Seamless loop
- 16-bit linear 8X oversampling
- Disc remain, track remain, real time displays
- Variable pitch control (±12%)
- Precision A-B loop
- Jog wheel search (forward/reverse)
- Shuttle wheel (forward/reverse)
- Precision, frame-accurate search
- 40 second buffer memory/anti-shock
- Cue to music
- Player dimensions: 19"W x 3-1/2"H x 11"D, 22 lbs.
- Control unit dimensions: 19"W x 4"H x 4-1/2"D
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Seems to be working great so far. Quality seems very nice and features are nice for the $$. My brother and I dj together and we each run one of these, so we have a song playing and 3 cued up at all times. We both got the extended warranty just in case, but I wouldnt be afraid of this one.
This is a very good cd player that features to match with the basicly needs for a profesional DJ at a very low price for a very good performance.
The CD player works OK and seems to be an OK value for the money but many of the features are poorly designed. Unless you press the CUE button after selecting the desired track, the track will not cue to the very beginning but will start playing from about a half second into the track. Also if you run the player in 'single' mode, pressing the CUE button takes it out of 'single' mode so you have to press the SINGLE button every time to get back into single mode if you use the CUE button, which is necessary. This is far too many buttons to continually press for basic operation. The seamless loop is not seamless when you first engage it making that features useless.
This dual CD unit has had some poor reviews in the past so I'd like to shed another light.I bought the Gem Sound CD-70 about a year & half ago to start me off into DJ'ing. Since then I've never felt a need to upgrade. It's easy to use and has a nice readout and big lighted push-buttons. Maybe I received a well made unit because it has played every CD or CDR I've ever used or made without fail. It must have exceptional tracking because I'll do my soundcheck with CD's that I know will skip in other players and found that they didn't skip in this one. I do have confidence at least, in the one I own.
We Had a similar Stanton Unit that totally "died" after about 3 years of being on the road. We bought this unit in June. Unit has seen some "abuse" and is still 100% Operational. It Seems like a sturdy & Quality Unit. I'm sure it will work great for many years to come.
The device overall is great. Features, useability, etc. However, we've had inconsistent issues with being able to play burned CDs. We can literally burn 2 CDs from the same computer / burner, using the same brand of media, same software, etc. one after another. One CD may play and the other may not. Also, we have 2 of these units and this behaviour is not consistent across all 4 players. I may just have to return these... :-(
I recently purchased a GemSound CD70 brand-new out of the box and use it for home mixing and occasional dj events. Unfortunately, I've had the unit for roughly 45 days, and already the right drive is failing. Occasionally will not read store-bought discs, stutters and skips, or freezes up. I have changed out cables, etc. So, am in the process of contacting GemSound to see what to do. I owned a GemSound CD25 prior to this that started to exhibit similar problems. My hope was that the newer model CD70 would not have these kinds of problems.
I have exchanged 3 times. Each one the right hand side player will start showing an error and not play any cd's. The manufacturer suggested that I try a different model. They told me that they were having a lot of returns on this model. Dont waste your time. The manufacturer will not pay to have it shipped back to them each time it fails. 3 units in less than 1 year, and the third one has now failed.
Don't buy this player. I bought one a couple years ago. It is useless because it makes all kinds of digital noise such as buzzes, clicks and beeps when activating controls. It also picks up radio stations and cb rigs in the area and puts them into the pa. I also own a stanton 500 dual cd player. It works beautiful with none of these problems.