A pro-grade controller, it has particularly found favour with working DJs who appreciate something small, rugged and flexible. Unlike the Denon DN-MC6000, it was designed with Traktor 2 in mind, meaning it has better layout and mapping out-of-the-box for sample decks.
In Europe, the controller also comes with MixVibes CrossDJ LE 2.0 software in addition to Traktor 2 (both are LE editions).
Buy with either package upgradable to full-strength for well under US$100, buyer would have the chance of testing the pair of them before deciding which one to go for. (It’s always worth upgrading LE software, folks!)
Have you been thinking about buying this controller? Is this price cut enough to sway you? Share your thoughts in the comments…