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Equator Audio Research Q Series Q8 Coaxial Reference...
Measuring a mere 13" x 13" x 13" and featuring an 8" woofer coupled with a high-powered, 1" compression horn...
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Avid Pro Tools
Native Instruments Komplete 10
Focusrite Saffire Pro 40
Pioneer CDJ Tour 1
Pioneer DJM Tour 1 Mixer
Pioneer Toraiz SP 16 Sampler
Mixars Duo Official Serator DJ Mixer
Mixars LTA Direct Drive Turntable
PreSonus StudioLive 16.0.2
JBL EON One Linear Array PA System
Caig Deoxit d5s Contact Cleaner
Pioneer DJM S9 2 Channel Battle Mixer
Native Instruments Traktork Kontrol S8
Numark tt250 USB Professional Turntable
Shure M44 7 Competition DJ Cartridge
Fender Expo System
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