Pioneer DDJ-SX

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Features include –

  • Compatible with all the main programmes – Serato, Virtual DJ, Rekordbox and Traktor.
  • No need for control disks
  • Switchable inputs, can be a stand alone mixer
  • Balanced mic input
  • Quality you have come to expect from Pioneer
  • Full size jog wheels for optimised response
  • Very powerful piece of performance hardware
  • No speakers
    $100
    $200
    $240
    $240
    1200W Matrix 2000 $290
    2000W $290
    3600W $430

Pioneer DDJ-S1

Pioneer and Serato collaborate to produce a truly professional Itch controller with all the familar Pioneer CDJ controls and quality

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Leave Your CD’s At Home

Think of it as two CDJ1000’s with control disks, a Pioneer mixer and a Rane Scratch live box all in one. An easier way to DJ better.

No speakers
$60
$180
$220
$210
1200W Matrix 2000 $290
2000W $290
3600W $430

So do this:

1 – You’ve got all your tunes as MP3’s in iTunes on your notebook.
2 – Download and install Serato Itch on your notebook.
3 – Plug the DDJ1 into your notebook via USB (thats your notebook you see in the picture, the keyboard slips under DDJ)
The DDJ now controls your files similar to Serato Scratch Live and a RANE mixer.

Great Features

  • Familiar feel of Pioner CDJ1000 mk3’s
  • No need for control disks
  • Extra AUX input for iPod or CDJ
  • Two mic inputs
  • Quality you have come to expect from Pioneer
  • Notebook keyboard slides under DDJFull Serato Itch interface
  • Large professional interface

A Couple of Hints

  • You need Serato Itch 1.8 or later (Free here)
  • Use Itch to prepare your music in offline mode before you plug in the DDJ