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Reloop RP8000 Advanced Hybrid Torque TurntableItem # 87220

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Reloop RP8000 Advanced Hybrid Torque Turntable

The Reloop RP-8000 combines modern DJ technology in an advanced turntable. This hybrid high torque turntable does the balancing act between approved direct drive technology and a digital control section for your DJ software. The RP-8000 is able to communicate with any midi compatible DJ software - an additional modular controller is not necessary anymore. Serato Scratch Live mappings are also available with which the worldwide most popular and stable DVS system can be controlled. With the Trax encoder it is possible to scroll through your playlists and comfortably load tracks onto the decks.

Performance Mode

The RP-8000 disposes of 4 combinable performance modes. This way creative features are available such as access to 8 hot cue points. This means whole new possibilities for beat juggling. As the 8 drum pads are also multi-functional, loops can also be set and triggered. Even access to sample decks is very easy with the RP-8000. A further bank is available for your personal requirements because in user mode the pads are freely assignable - which by the way also goes for the turntable's all other MIDI compatible control elements.

Turntable-Link Mode

This way drum rolls and instant effects can be controlled - various presets can be downloaded from the product website. The Dual Performance mode is especially clever: when two modes, such as cue and loop, are pressed simultaneously, the first 4 trigger buttons are assigned to cue and the other 4 buttons are assigned to loop mode. The Turntable Link Mode is also quite smart: via USB up to 4 turntables can be linked. The single devices assign themselves automatically and consecutively to the next deck - this way only one turntable has to be connected via USB to your PC/Mac.

Ultra Powerful, Quartz Driven Direct Drive

Besides the indestructible and sturdy construction, the turntable does not only cope with the hardest club surroundings, its technical features are as powerful: an ultra powerful, quartz driven direct drive with precise even speed and digital correction emphasizes the Reloop RP-8000's class. The high-resolution pitch (+/- 8%, +/- 16% and +/- 50 %) with a resolution of 0.02% is shown on the LCD and facilitates exact beat matching with long mixes.

Turntablism-Showcases

Sophisticated and fast turntablism showcases can also be realized without a problem, thanks to the additional start/stop button for vertical positioning and a variable torque from "Classic" to "HiTorque". More variety in the mix: with the reverse button and an adjustable start/stop time from 0.2 to 6 seconds, individual and creative impulses can be set with the RP-8000. As the turntable is equipped with a line/phono switch, it can even be connected directly to line inputs of mixers or amps - grounding not necessary.

Reloop RP-8000 - next generation turntable controller.

Features:
  • Advanced Hybrid Torque Turntable
  • Digital DJ turntable with upper-torque direct drive
  • MIDI compatible control section consisting of Trax encoder, 8 backlit drum pads and 4 combinable performance modes (cue, loop, sample and user)
  • Large Trax encoder
  • Auto deck-assign feature
  • Turntable link USB port
  • Digital LC-Display for pitch display, deck assignment and firmware settings
  • Adjustable start/brake (0.2 - 6 seconds) & torque (2.5 kg/cm - 4.5 kg/cm)
  • Metal top panel with metallic finish
  • Phono and line output (no grounding necessary)
  • Direct connection of turntable and motor for best possible stability
  • Especially heavy finish
  • High end tonearm
  • Pitch range ±8%, ±16%, ±50%
  • High resolution pitch fader (0,02% Resolution)
  • LCD pitch display
  • Easy to exchange, freely revolvable needle illumination with super bright LED
  • Quartz lock
  • Safety power switch
  • Reverse switch
  • 2 start/stop buttons for vertical positioning
  • Smart USB link for up to 4 turntables
  • Rubber inlay for reduction of vibrations and ambient noise
  • Removable mains and RCA cables
  • Sunk-in connection cavity for easy case installation
  • Shock proof feet
  • Vibration-resistant base
  • Serato Scratch Live mappings available
Specifications:
  • Type: manual quartz direct drive turntable with MIDI control
  • Drive: quartz driven upper-torque direct drive
  • Motor: brushless DC motor
  • 3 speeds, fully manual
  • Turntable RPM: 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM
  • Turntable: aluminum die casting
  • Pitch: variably adjustable +/-8%, +/-16%, +/-50%
  • Torque: adjustable from min. 2500 - 4500 g/cm
  • Start-up time / tempo change: less than 0.2 sec.
  • Brake system: electronic brake
  • Wow and flutter: 0.01% WRMS*
  • S/N ratio: more than -55 dB (1 kHz, 4mV input)
  • Admissible cartridge weight range: 3.5 - 8.5 g (incl. headshell 13 - 18 g)
  • Anti-skating range: 0 - 3 g
  • 2x start/stopp buttons
  • Adjustable start/stop time (0.2 - 6 sec.)
  • Power input: 14 W
  • Power supply: AC 115/230 V, 60/50 Hz (EU/US), AC 100 V, 50/60 Hz (JP)
  • Dimensions: 458 x 144.6 x 354 mm (w/h/d)
  • Weight: 9.5 kg
  • Includes USB cable, slipmat, tone arm illumination, but without stylus

Note: Serato vinyls shown are not included.

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Reloop RP8000 Advanced Hybrid Torque Turntable
 
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5.0

Best turntable out now!!!

By Mighty Dragon

from STX, US Virgin Islands

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Consistent
  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Professional Features
  • Super Oem And Technics
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Long Wait

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Mobile DJ
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Reloop RP8000 Advanced Hybrid Torque Turntable:

This is a short review.... I have had this unit for a total of 4 hours now. You can find more detailed reviews over at djworx.com and a video review by djbooth.net www.youtube.com

But here is my review and broken down simply. And this is coming from a DJ that loves Technics and use Turntables as my primary set up. I won't switch to controllers unless a situation forces me to. Like space, or equipment transportation issues....... Or I am playing at a house party where I am in close proximity to flying drinks and objects. I use CDJs, High End and Low End Controllers so it can give you a perspective at the things I look for.

Weight: Much lighter then my Stanton 150s and a little less then Technics 1200s. The sides are made from a hard plastic that saves on weight, compared to the Stanton 150 which seem like metal wrapped with kevlar and covered with hard rubber. To give you a ball park idea of the weight difference.... Go to your local gym and pick up a 45lb plate..... Thats the Stanton 150. Now pick up a 25lb Plate, the Reloops are about that much, if not a little less.

Midi: Works like a charm with Scratch Live 2.5..... Has to be midi mapped to SDJ 1.6 but I am sure Serato is working on an update in the near future.... :-) When using with Scratch Live the Midi buttons light up. With SDJ 1.6 they don't light up.

Feel: Feels like a technics turntable... All the way down to the pitch slider and start and stop buttons.... Remember there are TWO start and stop buttons and one of them may become an "Opps" button where you accidentally strike it and stop the record. This happened to me a few times when I transitioned from Technics to the Stanton 150s....

Response: This thing has Torque...... A lot of power. With technics, if you start the platter and place your hand on it, it doesn't take much weight to stop the platter from spinning. With the torque setting at max, it becomes pretty difficult to accidentally stop this thing from spinning. You have to pretty much consciously make the decision you want to stop the platter from spinning.....

Tonearm: No issues, no knocking or loose ends.

Overall: Freaking great! Great build quality! Great feel! Exactly what I have been looking for!

Cons: It seems that some of the first USA units that came off the shelf did not come with right angled power cables. A quick email to Reloop USA and a set are on its way.... But me I can't wait so I ended up melting the power cable that came with it and forced it to angle down. Works fine!!! Other then that everything that came with the turntable was well packaged and cared for!

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    does "plug-and-play with serato" mean you don't need an SL box?
    Asked on 3/11/2014 by NoIdea

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      A:

      Thanks for your question! The Reloop RP8000 is highly advanced turntable technology, and includes total mappability with Serato software. It will not, by itself, eliminate the need for an SL interface, however. Serato will still need a way to communicate with your mixer, and that is the essential function of the interface.

      Answered on 3/11/2014 by Nich from Cypress CA
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