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DJ Hardware / Controller

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Numark Party Mix mit LED Lichtshow und Serato DJ Lite

99,00 € *
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Numark Mixtrack 3

179,00 € *
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Dap Audio CORE Kontrol D1 - 2 Deck Midi Controller with audio interface

189,00 € *
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Numark MIXTRACK PRO III / 3

219,00 € *
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Akai AMX

249,00 € *
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Denon DJ MC4000 - DJ Controller

419,00 € *
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Pioneer DDJ-1000

1.140,55 € *
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Pioneer RMX-1000

699,00 € *
Old price: 733,82 €
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Denon MC-2000

222,00 € *
Old price: 249,00 €
Short supply

Pioneer DDJ-SX2

879,00 € *
Old price: 1.048,95 €
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Denon DJ MC7000 Digital Mixer & Controller inkl. Software

1.299,00 € *
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Denon MCX8000

1.348,14 € *
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Numark DJ2Go2

89,99 € *
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Numark Mixtrack Platinum

249,00 € *
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799,00 € *
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DJ Hardware / Controller


For some time now the DJ world has been subject to change. Nowadays a lot of DJs turn to digital audio medias such as MP3 and AAC instead of the traditional vinyl or CDs. A lot of mixers however still work with analogue signals and don't support MP3. It is therefore necessary to find alternatives. This is where the DJ software comes in. Installed on a laptop, they can be controlled via your mouse and keyboard. This is however can turn out to be very difficult due to some songs? fast paced rhythm. Hence you should consider purchasing a controller.

Known as MIDI (?Musical Instrument Digital Interface?) devices, a controller?s control elements take up the same functions as a laptops keyboard. The 2-deck controllers have 4 main tasks: navigating through playlists, playing songs (fast-forwarding or rewinding), mixing songs (if a mixer interface is available) and, last but not least, the effect control (e.g. scratching via the jogwheels).

Controllers, who possess a sound board, can turn digital signals into electrical ones and be connected to PA systems. In this case you, theoretically, don?t have to use a mixer altogether. Some controllers are also able to be put into a standalone modus which makes the device independent of the DJ software.