The most expensive CD deck on the market, comes from Pioneer and it's the clubs favourite. Latest edition brings MP3, jog wheel adjust and a clearer display and more.
Record DJ sets and convert your vinyl to CD with the easiest CD writer there is. And it's a fully loaded DJ deck to boot with MP3, FX, TT-M1 support and more.
This is the smallest CD deck on the market but with features found on the big boys such as key lock, wide pitch, MP3 and it supports TT-M1 with an add-on.
One of the best sounding filters on the planet, this bad boy is as good in the studio as it is with decks. It's got loads of options and tricks, but can be a bit daunting at first.
This is the serious remixing tool with great loop sampling performances possible. The effects are some of the best around and there are two areas to play with too.
Recently discontinued, but still out there is this cute little multi effects. It has loads of effects types, plenty of control, but can be a bit tricky to use in the dark.
This one can make sounds like you've spent weeks locked in a dark room with hundreds of plugins just by stroking its X/Y pad. Great for live sets and whacky DJs.
The best looping sampler there is, this unit can take up to six loops and play them perfectly in synch. Also pitches to the BPM and nudges help beatmatching.
Clear undistorted 3500mW/50mm drivers, mono switch, replaceable parts and a tight fit. A good choice but at quite a price.
Great value for a 'ready to go' lighting kit. Expandable controller to manipulate up to nine DMX lights. Comes with two moving heads, a Gobo effect and a DMX controller.