Bakeca On Street

Our friends from Bakeca Italia are
out and about promoting their site at local universities in Milan. An
interesting offline marketing approach given the fact that university
students are extremely Internet savvy. Many students, at some point
during their studies, need to find either a flat for rent, roommates or
a part-time job.
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  1. wiki said

    Hello,
    WE sell PIONEER DVJ-1000 CD/DVD Player please if you are interested get back to us via E- mail: wikipidialtd@yahoo.com.hk or
    wikipidialtd@hotmail.com

    DETAILS.
    It’s here – the fully loaded DVJ-1000. Offering the same operation and layout as the CDJ-1000MK3, but with enhanced DVD specifications, the new deck allows DJs to easily create and add visuals to their sets.
    Its core CDJ-1000MK3 capabilities are enhanced by several groundbreaking features, while DVD visuals can be manipulated as you would music; so digital video scratches, loops and instant cues are all possible.
    DJs can perform audio-only sets while having the option to mix DVD with a powerful and versatile range of effects on hand. The best of both worlds.
    The DVJ-1000 can be slotted into existing booth set-ups making it a logical purchase, fusing a high-quality CD deck with the future – where visual artistry is becoming commonplace.
    Additional features include MP3 compatibility (with an intuitive navigator), a brighter and larger WAVE display, studio-quality 96 kHz/24-bit audio and several new innovations like 4X hyper jog mode and a back-and-forth loop button.
    It’s a globetrotter too, playing both NTSC and PAL DVDs using a built-in standards converter; ideal for performers working with DVDs from Europe and the States.
    Talking of visual artistry, research shows that around 70% of clubs and 60% of music bars are installing visual equipment; so there’s a definitive need in the market for future-proof technology for creating imaginative and engaging visual sets.

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