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Pioneer DDJ-ERGO-K Limited Edition Controller Announced
The DDJ-ERGO-V is now available in a limited edition sleek black model - the DDJ-ERGO-K.
Pioneer controllers have long been popular amongst DJ’s for their versatility, portability and compatibility with practically all popular DJ software.
The new DDJ-ERGO-K is no exception, with a user friendly layout including chrome plated Play/Cue buttons, rubber pots on the dials and a jog wheel encircled by white LEDs all surrounded by a gloss black case with satin black sides creating a professional, polished appearance.
A host of impressive features separate the DDJ-ERGO-K from the crowd, including Pioneer’s unique Pulse Control that lights up the decks, effects, controls and filters being used to create a spectacular display for live performances.
The controller’s MIDI functionality makes the DDJ-ERGO-K compatible with virtually any DJ software including djay, MixVibes’ Cross DJ/Cross, Serato and Virtual DJ.
Included in the box is Traktor LE 2, the software this Pioneer controller has been designed to be used with, as the DDJ-ERGO-K’s layout mirrors the Traktor graphical interface creating an extremely user-friendly experience.
Highly portable, the DDJ-ERGO-K requires minimal set-up and is powered by a single USB cable connected to a laptop.
The Pioneer DDJ-ERGO-K is available now from Gear4music.com.
Posted on 8 Aug 2012 14:53 to category : Instruments News
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