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Novation Remote 25 SL

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.

Rane Empath

Stunning little touches give the Rane Empath mixer technical and creative freedom. Absolutely packed with FX loop options and great for scratch DJs too.

Gemini CDT-05

The new Gemini CDT-05 is both a CD and vinyl turntable with cue points, token effects to play with and a superb CD scratch sound. It's a space-saving innovation.
 
 

Pioneer CDJ-1000 Mk3

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.

A&H Xone:3D

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...

Pioneer DJM-600S

A classic - easy to use DJ effects makes the Pioneer DJM-600S a fave with DJs to this day. It's not got the cleanest sound though.

Mixvibes DVS

Mixvibes DVS is an economical way of gaining vinyl control over digital files as it will work with any soundcard combination.

Vestax CDR-07

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.

Pioneer DJM-800

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.

Denon DN-X1500

Denon introduced the first input matrix system on the DN-X1500 to route any input to any or as many channels. It also features cool effects and high quality audio.

Visiosonic PCDJ Scratch

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.

Tascam CD-DJ1

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.

Behringer BCD2000

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.

Ecler Nuo-4

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.

Alcatech DigiScratch 2

The Alcatech Digiscratch 2 offers advanced mixing controls, such as sampling, looping, and flexible interface schemes.

A&H Xone:VF-1

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.

A&H Xone:92

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

A&H Xone:62

The Allen & Heath Xone:62 has effects routing, great twin filters and awesome sound quality. One for clubs and adventurous bedroom DJs.

Rane Serato Scratch Live

The scratch DJs favourite, Rane's Serato Scratch Live is the best sounding scratch for turntablists. The only downfall is that it doesn't have many features.

Shure Whitelabel

Winner of a DJmag Tech Award in 2004 and 2005, this top of the range DJ cartridge is like the Rolls Royce of DJing. With a wide needle viewing area and crisp audio