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Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Pioneer Introduces The DDJ-ERGO-K Controller


More than just a colour update, the new Pioneer DDJ-ERGO-K places the emphasis on the DJ experience with a polished, professional appearance and user-friendly layout.

With a glossy black top panel, satin black side panel, chrome-plated Play/Cue buttons, white LEDs encircling the jog wheel, and rubber pots on the dials, the DDJ-ERGO-K could be the ultimate in DJ-friendly equipment.

The DDJ-ERGO-K has been ergonomically designed to work natively with Traktor LE 2 software which comes bundled in the box. The controller's layout mirrors Traktor LE 2?s graphical user interface so the software?s most important features are intuitively positioned and accessible at the touch of a button.



Along with its native compatibility with Traktor LE 2, the DDJ-ERGO-K's MIDI functionality makes it compatible with virtually all other DJ software on the market inculding Virtual DJ, Serato, djay and MixVibes' Cross DJ/Cross.

The DDJ-ERGO-K?s unique Pulse Control feature adds a visual dimension to DJing by using lights to show which decks are in use, which features are engaged and how accurate DJs' beat matching is.

Powered by a single USB cable connected to a laptop, the portable DDJ-ERGO-K requires minimal set-up.

The DDJ-ERGO-K will be available from September 2012 at an SRP of 429 GBP/499 EUR, including VAT.


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