The new versions of their popular and innovative battle DJ gear add new features to ensure that DJs are getting the best possible tools for creative mixing.
The SEVENTY-TWO MKII adds a highly requested external crossfader tension adjust allowing DJs to personalize the way the crossfader works and feels for them, whilst the TWELVE MKII has been opened up to other DJ software platform controls to include Traktor and Virtual DJ as well as Serato DJ Pro, adding independent controls and a redesigned plunger-style Start/Stop button. The TWELVE MKII also comes with OLED screen, Control Selection and BPM display and new Navigation control offering Scroll/Load, Back and Instant Doubles meaning DJs have everything they need at their fingertips without having to track back to their laptops. The pairing of these updated versions of RANE’s battle set-up makes for a very powerful DVS set-up that offers all the hands-on access of a traditional turntable style rig.
The RANE Seventy-Two MKII costs $1,899 while the Twelve MKII comes in at $899. Watch the videos below for more info.
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