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Monster Go-dj Portable Mixer

This nifty portable DJ pad by Monster, packs a studio full of pro gear into a pocket sized controller! Monster GO-DJ allows you to produce, record, and broadcast quality audio on the go, it features two tiny touchscreens for scratching, physical knobs and a fader, sequencer, keyboard, guitar, EQ recording capability, an SD card slot, and all the ports you need to connect the rest of you DJ gear. via
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