Pioneer Dj Ddj 200

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Specifications

Main Features

Compatible DJ Software

  • I've been DJ'ing since the 80's.
  • I have a lot of different controllers that I bring out in gigs that are in heavy flight cases.
  • Sometimes you just want to grab something and try some techniques or mixes out.
  • This little controller is a blast.

Software System Requirements

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Visit edjing.com for its specifications.
Visit App Store for WeDJ(iOS) specifications.
Visit Google Play for WeDJ(Android) specifications.

What's in the box

  • As long as you have a way to output your audio through your device, it feels just like a regular controller, just smaller.
  • The bluetooth midi is really cool as I don't have to rely on any direct USB wire to my iPhone or iPad.
  • I can keep playing and towards the end of the gig, just pack my controller and use the screen controls until I'm done.
  • This way I can clear out in seconds.I remapped majority of the controller to suit my mixing style.
  • It doesn't have browse and load functions so I changed out some of the hot cue buttons for browsing, FX, and loops.
  • I also changed out some of the EQ knobs to control master and cue volume.I do a lot of background music mixing for corporate/retail and this has become one of my favorite controllers.
  • A lot of times I'm in an area where I can't fit a big controller like a SX3.
  • It's small enough to throw in a backpack and it works with either laptop, iPad, or iPhone.

Specifications

Width

378 mm

Height

48.2 mm

Depth

208 mm

Weight

1.2 kg

Wireless System

Bluetooth Low Energy

Performance Control

Channels

2

Deck Control

2

Pad FX

Yes

Filter

Yes

Transition FX

Yes

Hot Cues

8

Manual Loop

Yes

Fader

Terminals

I even added a little foldable magnetic mount so I can just mount my phone on the controller.