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Stanton c313. I need a bit of help,if you can. I got an email about the stanton c313,and have no idea how to solve this. Here's how the email reads... thank you for your vids,they have been really really helpful, you are an inspiration to us all.Iv got a bit of a problem and i know it might not be in your line of work but im running out of options here and im desperate.I recently purchased a stanton digipak pro v2 and updated my firmware to v31303213 to try out the vinyl emulation which works really well but scratching aint my thing and wanted to deactivate the vinyl emulation and since theres no button to deactivate the vinyl emulation on the stanton c313,problem now is that restoring the unit to factory default still retains the updated firmware and Thus vinyl emulation is still activated and mixing on the c313 with vinyl emulation is just a nightmare, everytime you touch the jog wheel(and even if you touch the jog wheel on the outer edge) the track basically starts up from stop, so theres no continuation or free flow of the track playing,since im from South Africa we have no direct support from Stanton,iv sent them buckets of e-mails but no response,if you konw of someone who can help me or have better communication for support from Stanton there in the U.K,id really appreciate it if you can help out,im really desperate!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    I have the same problem. I don't even think that the 'vinyl emulation' emulates vinyl very well at all and I'd much prefer to be able to pitch bend using the jog wheel as opposed to using it to 'scratch'. Arg! :P

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You can download the Original firmware from stanton's site and do the same procedure as you did when you updated to '<br />Vinyl' scratch. The only difference is that instead of holding down the 'Mode' key when restarting your CD Player, you hold down the 'Clear' key. And it comes back to original settings.<br /> <!-- from fixya rte -->

Posted on Aug 11, 2010

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If you go to stantondj.com mate and find the cd deck you have, then click on the updates and download the orginal "c312" file and install it like you would with the new "vinyl emulation" update all will be restored, it actually explains how to do it better on the actual website! if you have any problems mate feel free to email me at [email protected]

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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Sorry mate, from what ive heard its irreversible as once its on - it's on. (Firmware not software)
I might be wrong by thats what ive seen/heard
I hope for your sake that I am.
cheers

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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