Today we're taking a look at the new KRK V6 S4 nearfield studio monitors. They’re two-way active studio speakers featuring a 6" woofer and a 1" tweeter and are designed for accurate audio reproduction in pro environments - like your high-end home DJ studio.
Pioneer DJ has consistently churned out controllers yearly, starting with the groundbreaking DDJ-SX that took four-channel controllers mainstream. It has also kept a close eye on the casual DJ market: We take a look at the DDJ-WeGO4, the latest WeGO model that brings a sleeker profile and an updated list of compatible DJ apps.
Pioneer DJ sells a range of DJ controllers suited to the home end of the market, so it's not a surprise to see the company also launching speakers that would pair well with such controllers. The DM-40s, at a price point of around US$150, on paper appear to fill just that gap in Pioneer DJ's range. But how good are they?
The Reloop Mixon 4 controller boasts several firsts: First four-channel controller specifically made for Algoriddim's djay Pro software; first controller to fit the iPad Pro in its physical mounting slot, and the flexibility to work with Serato DJ as well as djay Pro, meaning across the two platforms, it works with PC, Mac, iOS and Android.
Allen & Heath introduced its Xone line of mixers and controllers 16 years ago and has since earned a well-deserved reputation for pristine sound and great build quality. The PX5 is its latest offering: a performance oriented, high-end 4+1 channel mixer which combines the signature creamy analogue Xone sound with dedicated digital effects.
Novation's Circuit is a standalone synth, drum machine, and sequencer in one, with a focus on letting you create tracks in minutes, all without a computer or software. Is it a good production tool for both beginner and intermediate DJ/producers? We find out in this review...
Numark's Lightwave speakers are all about combining stuff. Want some speakers you can use for both home use and small parties? Want some speakers that you can plug iPads/iPhones, DJ controllers, and microphones into? And - of course (the clue's in the name) - want some speakers that are also, erm, lights? That'll be the Numarks! In this review, we find out what they're all about.