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Pioneer DJ DDJ-SZ

DJ-Controller

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Pioneer DJ DDJ-SZ
Pioneer DJ DDJ-SZ
2 000.00 street price

Release of DDJ-SZ controller took place in 2014. It is made in the style of the CDJ/DJM line, and in a close up, it has similar functions compared to the previous flagship controller - DDJ-SX. But such details as the improved performance pads and the "Sound Color FX" section make it something more. DDJ-SZ has 2 platters with a traditional central display (from CDJ), as well as knobs for adjusting easy or heavy scrolling. They use a unique conducting technology (unlike CDJ, which in fact had a simple "switch"), creating unbiased sensations when using the platters.

Originally DDJ-SZ was developed for integration with Serato DJ software. DJ controller includes a 4-channel mixer with 3-band equalizers per each, 2 scroll bars, and a custom crossfader. Unlike DDJ-SX, 16 different colored pads were added to DDJ-SZ, which not only makes it easier to recognize what mode is enabled, but also offer the possibility to set their own colors in order to distinguish different types of cue (intro, drop, outro and others).

The modes as "Hot Cue", "Roll", "Slicer" are responsible for a quick transition between fragments, "stuttering", and sample cut. But Hot Cue also hides the Cue Loop (previously featured in DDJ-SP1), which allows you to activate the loop every time you click on the appropriate button.

Continuing to reveal the effects, at the top of the controller you’ll see 4 knobs with Izotope FX, as well as a new section "Sound Color FX", offering a set of 4 effects: a reverb, a phaser, a filter, and a pitch button. Each channel has its own control over the effects. And the latter is called "Oscillator FX". Noise, cymbals, siren, horn were generated.

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Usage area
DJ Controller 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
Without Keys, Desktop 
Filter
High-pass Filter (HPF) 
Low-pass Filter (LPF) 
Effects
Reverb 
Flanger 
Slicer 
Effects overall7
Equalizer
Bands3
Sampler
Samples Bank Size16
Mixer
Channels Count4
Pads Matrix
Pads Count16
Velocity 
DJ
Jog Platters count2
Needle Search 
CUE 
Audio out
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm)2
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm) headphones preamplified1
Analogue: 1/8" (3.5mm) headphones preamplified1
Analogue: XLR2
RCA2
Audio in
Analog 1/4"1
RCA12
XLR/TRS1
Computer Interfaces
USB USB PC Link
Power
Power Supply External
Dimensions
Height98 mm
Width870 mm
Depth419 mm
Weight10.400 kg
Case/ body
Metal&plastic 
Color
Black 
Production start2014

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