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The EFX-500 is an extension of the Martin Acrobat design with a moving mirror cylinder holding 18 little flat mirrors all the way around. It creates wide effect.

Martin's moving mirror 'scanner' light with a respectable 250-Watt bulb, a good selection of gobos. The SCX-600 will be at home in clubs and classy discos.

A bargain USB controller that's easy to use, compact, with a decent quality and feel. Comes with free software and features a crossfader, but could be more DJ friendly.

Perfect for Ableton Live craziness, this controller also comes without the keyboard. It reveals the parameter you're about to change so no need to look at the screen.

Possibly the most expensive MIDI controller on the market, but aimed squarely at Ableton Live and Traktor DJ Studio users. Comes with a handy mixer...

Every last control on this DJ mixer sends MIDI. It also has an automatic BPM clock which sends a signal to sequencers to keep them in time with the mix.

This is the best value digital DJ package on the planet. The interface works as a Midi controller for other software too and there's a soundcard built in.

One of the slickest analogue DJ mixers around, the Xone:92 features basic Midi control and its famous filters and four-band EQ.

This mixer is huge and features the highest spec on the market of digital mixers. It has connections for new Pioneer products including a digital link to the EFX-1000 FX.

Digital DJs never had it so good with this Midi machine. It's based around the Xone:92 but with two massive Midi control areas and a built-in sound card.

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