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MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Pioneer belonging to the DDJ series.

Public price: $699 incl. VAT
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  • Not bad

    Pioneer DDJ-SRPublished on 11/16/14 at 04:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For 10 months, I bought it while everyone had eyes only for the SX at the time.

    I have over 20 years of mix and material in my last legs and noon Personal controllers were VCI300 and NS6.

    What I really like about this controller is the format that I think is a good compromise size / ergonomics which ensures a good user comfort during use. What I like least is the setting of the master, there are two masters (software and hardware) and are independent so it is a bit complicated to have a real 0dB peak.

    The price / quality ratio is pioneresque, but the construction is correct without any ground. I'm pretty happy the prices sorry things.
  • really not bad

    Pioneer DDJ-SRPublished on 02/13/14 at 20:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    hello
    Deejay for over 15 years unless I started on vinyl and vinyl serato + (there 6yrs), then cdj serato + in time code (there 3 years) and finally on CDJ850 + serato nest (for 1 year half).

    So I know very well serato and pioneer that gave me confidence to buy.

    I bought it for me moved légé for small benefits or I do not necessarily need my and my cdj djm,

    Frankly I was pleasantly surprised! is reactive, are full, it is compact, it's not his serato so should not screwed ...

    the controller is really not bad for those who want a full compact controller May.

    it can be good for beginners too, because the price is quite attractive (599euro) and the gear is quality.

    I got......
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    hello
    Deejay for over 15 years unless I started on vinyl and vinyl serato + (there 6yrs), then cdj serato + in time code (there 3 years) and finally on CDJ850 + serato nest (for 1 year half).

    So I know very well serato and pioneer that gave me confidence to buy.

    I bought it for me moved légé for small benefits or I do not necessarily need my and my cdj djm,

    Frankly I was pleasantly surprised! is reactive, are full, it is compact, it's not his serato so should not screwed ...

    the controller is really not bad for those who want a full compact controller May.

    it can be good for beginners too, because the price is quite attractive (599euro) and the gear is quality.

    I got it on sale for 499euro so I do not regret my purchase

    is what I would do this purchase? for use as I do so.
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  • Very complete for amateur mix

    Pioneer DDJ-SRPublished on 12/27/13 at 13:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 1 month. This is my first controller noon. The plug'n'play Serato is perfect for the first half hour has already passed. For my part I find it lacks a small screen as on cdj, usb jack be completely autonomous (mix without computer) but the slip mode and quality finishes ratrape its negative points. The price / quality ratio is very good. With the experience I will remake this choice without hesitation
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