As first revealed when we carried news of the G4V, the Gemini G2V is the two-channel version, which has now officially been announced by the company.
The controller has a full metal case, per-channel filter controls, and 16 performance pads to handle loop roll, sampling and more.
Its 24-bit sound card is complemented by a decent array of ins and outs, with a line in, a mic in, and balanced XLR & unblanced RCA master outs, plus a booth out.
It comes pre-mapped to the supplied Virtual DJ LE software, over which it offers precise control thanks to its 14-bit faders and jogwheels.
We have not as yet got confirmation of its street price or exact launch date, but we are guessing it will hit the shops for around US$300.
What do you think? Solid little DJ controller or copycat? Or a bit of each? Please share your views on the Gemini G2V in the comments below.
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