The Dragon-Two Digital DJ Controller is the newest release by the new DJ Tech company that has lots of features that DJ’s will appreciate. There are (12) Performance pads per deck along with a standalone mixing function and a great crossfader feel on the Dragon-Two. We’ve got one in the DJbooth Lab for a full out HD-Video review to put it through the paces. See how it held up and if the DJ Tech Dragon-Two is right for you inside.
The pioneer DJM-850 is a powerful four-channel Traktor Scratch Certified mixer with a super-sturdy build quality and exceptional studio-grade sound quality to match. The mixer has a bunch of BEAT EFFECTS and a new section called SOUND COLOR EFFECTS that can be applied in different combinations for some very cool mixing possibilities. Check out my full HD-Video review along with the in-depth written review after the jump.
The Pioneer DJM-250 is a small DJ mixer, but it’s big in the right areas. The new two-channel (eight input) Pioneer DJM-250 has cool over-sized knobs Filter knobs for each channel and a silky smooth crossfader for mixing and scratching. Everything on the DJM-250 feels “Pioneer DJ” Strong and it all comes in at a price that won’t kill your wallet. Check out my full HD-Video review to see how this new compact Pioneer DJ mixer stacks up.
I’d like to give a HUGE shout-out to my people over at Pioneer DJ division for hooking us up with all this awesome gear to review! The latest item we have is the Pioneer DJM-T1 Trtaktor Scratch Certified two-channel DJ Mixer with Traktor MIDI controls. I’ve been patiently waiting for this mixer to hit my doorstep and we’ve finally been able to get it in the Lab for a full and in-depth HD-Video review to breakdown all the features and functions that this mixer has to offer. Check out the full video review inside.
Our good friend’s over at Allen & Heath decided to drop a gem on us with the new Xone:DB2 professional Effects Mixer with full MIDI control capabilities. I was able to get the Xone:DB2 in the lab for a nice long test run to put it through the paces and see how it handles. This is our first 4-channel style mixer review here on DJbooth.net as we mainly focus on hip-hop style DJ’s, but how could I turn down a DB2? Check out the full HD-Video review inside to see how it stacks up.
The Behringer NOX series mixers is now available worldwide for sale at an extremely affordable price. Thanks to my friends over at Behringer, I’ve had the NOX404 2-channel DJ mixer for a little over a month and I’m still pretty impressed with the features and finish of this machine. The knobs and faders are nice and the effects section is off the hook. Watch our full video review of the Behringer NOX404 mixer to see if it fits your needs. Video after the jump.
We have now completed the full video review of the new DJ Tech X10 Mixer with internal 4-input/4-output USB soundcard. This mixer is capable of DVS Timecode DJ Software playback for many popular DJ software out on the market today and can be used with just about every DJ software in external mixing mode. The price of the DJ Tech X10 is about $400 at retail and the internal soundcard easily makes this an economical choice for DJ’s who need DVS playback and a mixer in one compact unit. Watch the Video review after the jump!
Our good friends over at DJ Tech sent us a brand new DJM-303 two-channel/two-USB DJ Mixer for a full video review. This is the first DJ Tech product that I have reviewed and I must say that I am impressed! The DJM-303 is a true professional grade mixer with professional grade components and features. There is literally something here for everyone. The DJ Tech DJM-303 mixer’s are going for $500 at retail and I will be the first to tell you that they are worth every penny. See if you agree with me in my full video review inside.