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SKAARHOJ RCPv2

With motorized fader option

Price: €2,500.00
Location: France
Condition: New
Viewed: 166 times
Date Expires: 27/10/2021
Item ID: 217596
Dealer: Video Brokers

With motorized fader option

SKAARHOJ RCPv2

RCPv2 - with motorized fader option

New in the box, 1 year warranty

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