USB 1.1 full speed audio interface.
94 dB dynamic range on line out.
Maximum audio output: 2 Vrms.
16-bit 44.1 kHz converters.
Mic input for recording or LiveFeed.
Independent thru connections.
Select CD or Vinyl Control.
Optional power supply.
USB 2.0 high speed audio interface.
Improved dynamic range: 104 dB.
Maximum audio output: 3 Vrms (hotter output).
24-bit 44.1 or 48 kHz converters.
Aux Input for Live Mix Recording or LiveFeed.
Aux Output allows use of the Sample Player as a Virtual Deck.
Aux Output opens the door for future expansion and creative configurations.
High-grade phono preamps upgrade the performance of most mixers.
Software switchable Direct Thru connections: less cable required.
Independent Line / Phono-level selection for each input for greater flexibility.
Galvanic isolation prevents computer noise from interfering with audio path.
Soft carry case included.
Includes international power supply: best performance and easy transfer between DJs.
usually around $600 for SL1 and $800 for SL3, new.
I saw some craigstlist postings for $500-$600 for SL1.. used/stolen.
Originally Posted by sconeboy
ahh, financing. every djs dream
*looks at stuff*
Financing without credit checks... every djs dream.
It's not like I just went out and bought $10 000 worth of studio gear, but I hear from my friend that works at L & M that if you have a good track record with a smaller financed purchase they'll give you WAY more credit next time.
anyone know what the going prices for SL1 or SL3 units are?
I may be able to get the SL1 for $500 - is that good?
yeah, pretty standard. that's what I paid prime for it
bonus - resale value never really decreases
also, get a universal ac adapter (+/- $10) so you don't need to have the interface plugged in to the laptop to spin regular vinyl. also helps performance since the interface doesn't have to rely on bus power
*edit: $699 for SL1 at L&M? pass.. get it used
someone on craigslist is asking $400 for just the SL1 box & some control records, dece deal considering a usb cable & rcas can't possibly run you more than $30