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New Traktor Kontrol Z2 DJ Mixer Launched by Native Instruments
With two additional channels for Traktor's Remix Decks, and a built-in powered USB hub for add-on controllers such as the Traktor Kontrol X1 or the NI Traktor Kontrol F1, the Z2 is the missing link for innovative DJs.
The mixer will come with the full version of Traktor Scratch included, and a creative toolkit including multi-coloured cue point buttons, LED loop display, Macro FX and Flux Mode.
The 24-bit audio interface delivers pristine sound, and the aircraft-grade aluminium build makes the new piece of NI kit tour-proof.
The Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol Z2 DJ Mixer is available at Gear4music.com, priced at £629.00
Posted on 4 Oct 2012 17:07 to category : Instruments News
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