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Pioneer DDJ SX2

Pioneer DDJ SX2

The Pioneer DDJ SX2 announcement just recently has a lot of interesting revelations about whats coming with Serato DJ and the new DJ DVS expansion kit.  Check out the video and press announcement!  What do you think of the new DDJ SX2?  Seems like a very cool announcement for a new controller update.

Official Pioneer DDJ SX2 announcements details: 

 

The Pioneer DDJ-SX2 is the successor to the ever popular Pioneer DDJ-SX and is one of the first controllers to give DJs dedicated controls for the all new Serato Flip expansion pack. The four-channel controller builds on the popularity of its predecessor, by adding multi-colored performance pad LEDs and on-jog digital cue point markers as seen on the Pioneer DDJ-SZ.

The Pioneer DDJ-SX2 comes Serato DJ DVS Upgrade Ready, allowing the ability to add turntables or CDJs along with Serato NoiseMap™ Control Vinyl/CD’s to control the software – this along with improved jog wheel latency, makes it a scratch DJs ultimate companion.

All new designated Serato Flip controls will enable quick and easy controls for Record, Start and Slot – to put intuitive an creative Serato Flip performances at your fingertips. DDJ-SX2 owners can add Serato Flip to their software package at no extra cost; the first 10,000 controllers purchased will come bundled with a FREE Serato Flip expansion pack voucher.

If that wasn’t good enough, the first 10,000 DDJ-SX2 controllers also come bundled with a Serato Video expansion pack voucher.

OTHER FEATURES

  • Slip Mode
  • Sound Color Filters on every channel
  • Crossfader curve adjust
  • Needle Search
  • Master level and channel level meters
  • MIDI compatible
  • Professional build quality
  • High quality audio circuitry
  • Improved job wheel latency
  • Improved Mic Input

Available from September and supported in the forthcoming Serato DJ 1.7 release as a plug-and-play device. Keep an eye out for info from Pioneer about shipping dates and prices.

 

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August 7th, 2014

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