The Pioneer DJ DDJ-400 is the new entry-level DJ controller for Rekordbox DJ. It has a new design for the decks and the mixer and solid build quality.
The Pioneer DJ XDJ-RR is a great all-in-one player for beginning DJ's, but can serve mobile and club DJ's that need a compact unit for the road as well.
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This is the third generation of the DDJ-SX series, and over the years, it has matured into the perfect DJ controller for the mobile DJ using Serato DJ Pro.
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-SB3 is a worthy update from the DDJ-SB2. With the added loop section, the 8 performance pads and the controversial Pad Scratch feature the DDJ-SB3 has a bit of everything to everyone, and as such is an excellent choice for the starting DJ.
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 DDJ-SR2 is the successor of the popular DDJ-SR, and it comes with a lot of updates. The build quality is still as good as ever, this is certainly a DJ controller that will last for a long time and will survive the hard life on the road.