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Sefour XS250 DJ Stand
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The Sefour XS250 CD DJ Stand has a collapsible body and makes it easy to adjust it's height via quick release pins. CD turntables can be rotated and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Sefour XS250 CD DJ Stand has a collapsible body and makes it easy to adjust it's height via quick release pins. CD turntables can be rotated and locked into various positions, including close to the mixer for battle modes (even with a 19" mixer). Designed to eliminate sound resonance, it has x-shape turntable frames which isolate low frequency away from the turntables themselves. Any movement from mixing is absorbed in the XS250 frame and not transmitted to the other turntable. The mixer can also be tilted and locked into multiple angles. The Sefour XS250 would be a great addition in home studios, bars, or as part of your mobile DJ setup.
- Ergonomic DJ equipment stand
- Rotate & lock the turntables to various positions
- Tilt and lock the mixer to any angle
- Position amplifiers, etc. on the lower shelf
- Can accept all current CD turntables
- Space saving design
- X-shaped turntables frame design isolates low frequency
- Height adjustable with quick release pins
- Dimensions: 100cm(H) x 50cm(D)
- Width: with small mixer 105cm, with large mixer 150cm
- Weight: 21kg.
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Comments about Sefour XS250 DJ Stand:
I have my Technics and an Ecler mixer on this stand. They look great and I love being able to tilt the mixer. This is very sturdy, but I have noticed a slight wobble when back-cueing. It hasn't made the needle skip, so I don't think it'll pose a problem. I haven't yet taken it on the road, but I imagine it would work out really well since the legs fold up. It was much heavier than I imagined, but you want it to be heavy. The description, for some reason, says that it fits cd turntables, but the XS250 model is definitely for vinyl turntables.