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T O P I C     R E V I E W
StrifeII ok, i know i've asked everyone this about 10 times but is the Stanton NT-2500 direct ok for scratching? It's on dmf.com if u need a look.
Thanx!

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JOHN STEEL sy told me, and i fully agree that stanton, 500 al are the best for scratching

GT John, those are carts aint they? He means a deck.

Robert, as far as I know, it should be. Never used one, but being a direct drive, it should be fine.

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JOHN STEEL yeah sorry GT,
just saw the word stanton and went off on one,
you should be able to scratch well on any direct decks

http://hardmixes.co.uk

GT Don't worry, easy mistake!

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