Pioneer’s $299 DDJ-SB controller lets you spin records on the cheap

14 Nov


You might have the ambition and desire to be the next Deadmau5, but the price of some DJ controllers aren’t exactly wallet-friendly. Thankfully there are plenty of affordable options out there, and one of them has just arrived from Pioneer. Dubbed the DDJ-SB, it claims similar basic features and operability as the DDJ-SX that debuted last year, but at almost half the cost. A 2-channel controller, the DDJ-SB uses the popular Serato DJ Intro software and touts two decks with large jog wheels for easy scratching, a “filter fade” function for smoother transitions, multiple performance pads and a USB interface so you can hook it up easily to your computer. Sure, you’ll still need some knowhow to fully make use of it, but at only $299 each, you could invest your savings in a few DJ lessons. Head past the break for a video of the DDJ-SB in action. by engadget

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Posted by on 14/11/2013 in IT


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