• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    very impressive

    • Written by from southport

    it is a very product well worth the £50. it is so simple to use but very effective. i've just started djing and it is a great piece of kit to start on . it is that good i could give it 10 out of 5 if i could it is that good.
    GET ONE IT IS FANTASTIC AND WELL WORTH THE £50!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    14 of 16 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A bargain at twice the price!

    • Written by from LONDON

    Brilliant! The software integrates perfectly with iTunes and I was mixing it up in under ten minutes.

    Solid piece of kit, and competitively priced (when you factor in delivery). The Jog-Wheels have a nice feel, for their size, the Cross Fader is smooth enough for scratching duties, and the buttons are of a tactile rubber, with bright lights beneath. Tough rubber feet stop the unit from slipping about.

    Install "Virtual DJ LE Lite", plug the DJ2GO Controller in, (with supplied USB Cable). Launch VDJ, set your Audio Outs and start droppin' beats.

    If you don't have four outputs, Split/Pan the Stereo Output Signal thus; Master to Left - Mac Speakers, Headphone Cue to Right - Mac Headphones Out (equals two Mono feeds). Most Club Systems are in Mono, so no worries there. If using External Speakers, Numark sell USB Headphones, (freeing the Mac Stereo Output for Master Feed), buy a USB Sound-Card, (minimum four Outputs), or get a Left-Right Signal/Headphone Splitter (two Mono Feeds).

    It maps to any Software with Learn Function and provides all you need to get busy.

    You're still required to use the Mouse, (no big deal!), and if you have a Trackpad, get Track Master from App Store (£2.99) for Multi-Touch Mayhem, or Virtual DJ Remote (£6.99) for your iPhone/Touch/iPad.

    Record your Set, Normalise/EQ in Audacity (Google it, it's FREE!), adding Track Markers and ID3 Tags. iTunes really is very good for Converting Formats, ID3 labeling and Artwork.

    Tip: Hold down "Ctrl", click on an EQ Knob, it acts like a Kill-Switch and cuts that Frequency, ie: Bass, Middle, or Treble.

    Tip: Both Decks have to be playing for Synch to work.

    24 of 26 people found this useful