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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.

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

Currency Converter

Stanton's new turntable should please DJs who are looking for an easy way to archive their vinyl collection with maximum sonic fidelity.

U Need Skoolin

A new DVD from Native Instruments helps to unlock the power of Traktor.

Octopod Recording

The new mixer from Alesis fuses studio quality sound with the convenience of iPod recording.

Tip Top

Keeping things up to date, Bias have announced a new version of the Mac audio editing program, Peak Pro.

MIDI Junkies

New Midi-only controller from Allen&Heath loose the soundcard for affordable strap-on excitement.

The New Hotness

The moment has arrived for Ecler to raise the curtain and reveal their highly anticipated hybrid digital DJ mixer!

The Story Continues

The godfathers of sequencing have a new box of tricks for budding producers.

Korg Zero4 and Zero8 Hybrid Digital Mixers

Korg unleash groundbreaking new technology that looks set to change the way DJs create and perform music with their computers. They combine Midi control, audio interface and hardware mixing and effects into one unit.

Stanton FinalScratch Open

Stanton announce a price drop for FinalScratch 2 in Feb/March, along with a new concept which bring the ScratchAmp to the masses at a discount too.