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Another question. If I have an Active sub and i want to connect a pair of passive midrange speakers to the sub but im concerned that the sub output cant push the midrange speakers, could I place an amp between the powered sub output and the passive speakers?
Thanks man. already copied everything to my notes
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The thing is if i get the 7000 or the sx2 i will still need another controller because a lot of the booths here dont seem to have that much space. I can hardly get my 6000 in sometimes. I sometimes have to put my laptop on top of the existing controller or cdjs already there. I may be able to get by with the NV but with something like the 7000, would not fit in the available space in like 70% of the places i may get a gig. The problem with the NV is i would like something a little more professional and that has a standalone mixer so that if there is some problem with the laptop, i can at least connect a mix on my phone while I solve the issue. I would not want to rely on only an NV as my only controller. Would like something more professional even if its mostly at home and i take it out when i can or for something big. Screens is a must. I like the idea of playing and more focused on the controller and a little less on the screen. If i get the 7000 plus the screens, it would come up to around 1300. The NS73 is like 1400 but comes with the rotating platters, touch knobs, more robust, dedicated cue buttons and I dont know what else. The deciding factors for me so far between the two are the weight and bang for buck. The NS73 has more options for a more affordable price however I may hardly ever get to take it out because of the weight. I can take the 7000 out more because of the weight. But as, because of the size, they may both be mostly at home, i am thinking of just going with the NS73. With the I tried looking to see if there is something out there NV sized, with 4 dedicated decks but at least with standalone mixer but there isnt. Im torn
Thanks guys. I did more digging that brought me to the ns73. I think its amazing for the price. Problem is i can hardly take it anywhere. Strongly considering it though. Probably i can buy an NV for those normal gigs and have my NS73 at home till i feel the need to take it out. Question though; can serato flip and pitch n time be used with the other serato controllers with pads like NS73, SX2, etc or is it only with the controllers its shipped with like the NVmk1 (i think) and the new Denons?