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    Default DJ Tech Dragon 2 Midi controller

    A teaser of the new DJ Tech controller, i havn't seen this on the form jet.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQ-Rh...layer_embedded
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    Some specs (transelated myself)

    EN:
    - build-in audio-interface
    - 4-decks-function by switching between A-C en B-D
    - extended loopfunction
    - balanced XLR-uitput
    - master-out RCA
    - potmeters with LED rings
    - build-in filter per channel
    - VU-meter per channel
    - booth-out via RCA
    - solid aluminium enclosure
    - 4 hot cues per deck
    - 3-bands-equalizer per channel
    - LED jogwheels
    - sync-button
    - 1,2,3,4 Hotcue button
    - Tempo faders

    NL:
    - ingebouwde audio-interface
    - 4-decks-functie door te schakelen tussen A-C en B-D
    - uitgebreide loopfunctie
    - gebalanceerde XLR-uitgangen
    - master-out RCA
    - potmeters met verlichte ringen
    - ingebouwd filter per kanaal
    - VU-meter per kanaal
    - booth-out via RCA
    - solide aluminium behuizing
    - 4 hot cues per deck
    - 3-bands-equalizer per kanaal
    - verlichte jogwheels
    - sync-knop om BPM eenvoudig gelijk te zetten
    - 1,2,3,4 Hocue buttons
    - Tempo faders
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    looks like a dressed up 2 deck version of the 4-mix
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    the LED potentiometer rings seems like a spectacular touch

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    I'm gonna give this a bump as opposed to making a new thread because this thing is FINALLY hitting the market.

    I've been testing a unit for a month or so and I'm half way through getting a Traktor mapping made, It's working for the basic features.

    I must say I'm very impressed with the build quality the unit is metal with nice knobs and faders, the stand alone mixer feature is a nice touch as well. If I had to chose one negative it'd be the quality of the jogs, but a minor gripe.


    It's nothing like the 4Mix despite some cosmetic similarities. The 4Mix was plastic with no pitch control.. This thing is leaps and bounds ahead.

    If they get the pricing right this thing should be a winner.

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    hi, id like to get to know more about the unit if you wont mind

    Can you tell the resolution of the jogs or compare them with any popular controller, are they still touch sensitive like on the dj-tech imix reload, or pressure activated like on cdjs or some hercules controllers? Does it have stereo inputs for timecode use with virtual dj? How many colours can the jogwheel have? Are all buttons LED-supported? How do the pads feel, any chance to drum away on them or are the more off a chepare kind?

    Thanks in advance for taking your time and sorry for the load of questions
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    Screw teasers ... here's a walkthrough


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    Also nice review here:


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    Looks like a very cool lil unit, if it werent for the exteremly tacky branding all over it it might even be taken seriously

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    Yeah I agree it's not the best name and most brands plaster their shit with their name most just have a slightly less cheesey name, but if you can get over the cosmetics it's a solid unit.



    Ok Greatmesk

    Yes the unit supports timecode for Virtual DJ.

    Not sure on the technical details of the jogs, but I'll get them for you, all I get is the product specs sheet which say "High Resolution Jogs" but what that means exactly... *shrug* They're still touch sensitive. Feel wise, ummmm kinda like a DDJ T1 without the ball bearing sounds... Maybe?

    All buttons are LED-Supported, I'm trying to map those LEDs in Traktor at the moment, not too sure what I'm doing, but I'll get there.

    The pads feel nice, I've had a little drum using samples, but I haven't used many high end devices so I can't comment on their "cheapness" that said I have no complaints.


    All this said, I don't work for this company, just a company that distributes their products.

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