We take a look at Pioneer DJ’s most affordable DJ controller to date. With no audio connections and designed to connect to your phone via Bluetooth this little controller will no doubt turn heads in the DJ community. But designed at the beginners who care more about ease of use than performance features, could this be the controller that launches the next generation of DJ? Let’s find out!
With more and more entry level controllers entering the market, we take a look at the latest offering from arguably the biggest brand in the market. The Pioneer DJ, DDJ 400. Promising looks and features from it’s flagship line up, we find out if the DDJ 400 is worth your money.
A four channel stand alone unit with an unrivaled level of performance. Today we take our first look at the brand new Prime 4 from Denon DJ that looks set to change the stand alone market!
Native Instruments are back with a bang! With brand new software and hardware, are these new products enough to stand out in a tough market place? We aim to find out with this, the most affordable controller in the range, the Traktor Kontrol S2 Mk3!
Released in late 2017, the Roland DJ 202 is a new and exciting product for entry-level DJ’s. Like most of its competitors, the 202 is used with the Serato DJ Lite however, this little unit manages to pack a full Roland drum machine inside the controller too! However, does the inclusion of Roland’s class-leading technology mean sacrifices are made elsewhere? Let’s find out.