One of the slickest analogue DJ mixers around, the Xone:92 features basic Midi control and its famous filters and four-band EQ.
A revolutionary mixer with harmonic mixing, filters on every channel plus a good effects section. Every control sends Midi and its digital architectures sounds great.
The Ecler Nuo-4 has a fifth MIDI channel and aux input for DJ software. It also has kill EQ and scratch friendly crossfader control.
The DJ Console Mk2 is great value for money with software and a hardware controller. The interface has a soundcard and features MIDI control for use with other software.
The Technics SL-1210 is the most popular deck of all time. It was brought up to date in 2003 with the MK5G which has expanded pitch range, brake control and better wiring.
Visiosinic's PCDJ Scratch made a modest attempt at adding scratch control to the popular DJ software. It can be a bit tricky to set up, but it's quite cheap.
Denon provide the most compact and sturdy direct drive CD deck with simple control over two loops, MP3 playback and a range of FX.
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.
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.
Advanced controls make this mixer a great option for many different DJs. Send and return channels, advanced fader control, reliable build and good sound quality.