- Q1What are the distinctive features of DDJ-RR?
The Pioneer DJ DDJ-SR is a 2-channel controller with the capability to control 4 decks. Its 8 performance pad modes include the advanced pad plus mode, dedicated FX controls and filters on each channel, while its stylish design and compact size make it a portable option for any DJ. Large low-latency jogwheels. 16 Backlit Performance Pads. Two channels with four deck control. Dedicated filter and FX controls. TRS and RCA outputs. Power via an external power supply or USB bus powered. This hardware unlocks Serato DJ Pro for free when plugged into the software. This hardware controls Serato Studio when plugged into the software. Download for free or buy now. Download Studio. Pioneer’s mid market offering for Rekordbox based controllers, with most of the features of its more expensive sibling, the DDJ-RX.
- Q2What is the "rekordbox" software?
Features touch strips for needle search of tracks directly from the controller, and the Rekordbox DVS support is a welcome upgrade if you want to hook up CDJ’s or turntables for time code control.
- Q3What is the difference between the DDJ-SR and DDJ-RR?
The DDJ-RR can also function as a standalone two-channel mixer with hardware EQ’s and filters. A solid option for Rekordbox DJs. The Pioneer DJ DDJ-RR feels slightly lighter than the DDJ-SR, though both have metal faceplates. It’s got a new black colour scheme that’s consistent with other DDJ-R series controllers. The rest of the enclosure is hard plastic, as is the case with most Pioneer DJ gear. It ships with a power brick which increases the brightness of the lights, but you can power it with just a USB cable.
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