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DDJ-SX New Pioneer DJ Controller for Serato DJ
Professional DJs can use the DDJ-SX’s intuitive buttons, dials, faders, jog wheels and performance pads to stamp their mark on every live set.
Features of the new DDJ-SX include standalone 4 channel mixer, metal jogwheels and casing, hardware colour effects, sample/effects launch pads, 4 decks control, exclusive dual deck control as well as many other creative features.
The controller comes bundled with the new Serato DJ software and the first 10,000 units come bundled with a free licence for the Serato Video plug-in, worth around £92.
The DDJ-SX will be available later this month from Gear4music.com at £809 inc VAT and replaces the DDJ-S1 in the Pioneer controller line up.
Posted on 3 Oct 2012 11:39 to category : Instruments News
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