The DJ-202 is the new entry-level controller in the Roland DJ controller range. And for an entry-level controller, it comes packed with a lot of interesting features.
In our Pioneer DJ DDJ-RZ Rekordbox Controller Review And Video we put the DDJ-RZ through the test and find out if it's really as good as it looks.
Our Traktor Kontrol S5 Review And Video covers all the aspects of the S5, a great controller for Traktor Pro with fantastic screens, but without jog wheels.
The Reloop Mixon 4 is 4 channel mixer for Serato DJ with dock for an iPad Pro 12.9 inch, supporting Algoriddim's djay Pro on IOS and Android.
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When I received my review unit in the mail, the first thing that surprised me was how light the DJ-808 is. Usually, top of the line DJ controllers are quite heavy, a testament to all the advanced technology they usually carry.
I must confess I was really excited with the Platinum when it came out. I already liked the Mixtrack Pro 3, but the added gain knobs and above all the LCD screens in the center of each jog wheel really spoke to me as a DJ.
The Pioneer DJ XDJ-700 is very compact, and it does feel a bit more a consumer product compared to more professional DJ gear. It is very light and the case is made out plain old plastic.
he DDJ-RB, being an entry-level controller, has a full plastic body. Still, the build quality is solid and everything seems to be attached well. The dimensions are the same as the DDJ-SB2, so if you own an SB2 case it will fit.
The Pioneer DJ DDJ-RX is the Rekordbox DJ version of popular DDJ-SX2 Serato DJ controller, and because of that, it looks and feels quite similar.
A whole host of features for an amazing value, the Denon DJ MCX8000 delivers on all fronts, from tight integration with Serato DJ to Engine standalone mode.
The Pioneer DJ DDJ-SB2 was launched last year as the successor of the DDJ-SB and comes with some interesting additions and changes.
The Pioneer DJ DDJ-RR makes a very solid first impression, although it is a bit lighter than its predecessor, the DDJ-SR. The black finish looks classy and aligned with the new line of Rekordbox DJ controllers Pioneer DJ has been putting out.
The Hercules DJControl Jogvision gives a very solid first impression. It has a brushed plastic encasing, a good amount of ins & outs, giant jog wheels, and overall a quality feeling to it.
The Denon DJ MC4000 gives a solid impression right out of the box. The top plate is metal and although the sides and bottom of the controller are plastic, the weight and feel are quite "right".
The Pioneer DJ DJM-750MK2 is a welcome update to the original DJM-750, with several added features that come straight from the top of the line DJM-900NXS2. All that at...
The Numark NS6II combines many things of recent Numark/Denon DJ controllers (the jog wheels with center LCD screens from the Mixtrack Platinum, the touch-capacitive knobs from the NSVII and...
The Traktor Kontrol S8 made a lot of noise when it came out in 2014, almost 2 years ago. The lack of jogwheels, the build in screens, the 4...
The Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol Z2 is a two-channel analog mixer tightly integrated with Traktor Pro. It supports the Traktor Scratch DVS and has many handy onboard features that...