Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol Z2 DJ Mixer
- 2 stand-alone channels + 2 full Remix Channels
- Sturdy aluminum chassis, with Inn faders
- Intuitive control of Macro FX, and Flux Mode
- TRAKTOR SCRATCH timecode vinyl and CDs
- TRAKTOR SCRATCH PRO 2 software with Remix Deck technology.
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- 7 inputs
- 6 outputs
- Dimensions (WxLxH): 272 x 388 x 109 mm
- Weight: 5.1 kg/11.2 lbs
- USB 2.0
- 1 GB free disc sapce
- Windows 7 or higher/2 GB RAM
- Mac OS X 10.6 or higher/2 GB RAM
Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol Z2
DJ Mixer and Audio Interface
The Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol Z2 DJ Mixer is the world’s first 2+2 DJ control mixer! This revolutionary mixer is built tough and excels as a club mixer alongside turntables and CDJs, and as the hub of an advanced setup of Remix Decks and controllers. The Traktor Kontrol Z2 mixer is for the DJ who wants the future of mixing right now. Native Instruments has done it again!
Features like Macro FX and Flux Mode in the latest included Traktor Scratch Pro 2 software expand your creative arsenal. The Traktor Kontrol Z2 mixer provides a heavy metal, standard installation-height chassis, sturdy RGB control buttons, and Innofaders for rock-solid dependability.
- 2 stand-alone channels + 2 full Remix Channels
- Includes the full version of Traktor Scratch Pro 2 software plus Traktor Scratch timecode vinyl and CDs
- Spacious control surface with faders, 3-band EQ section and dedicated chunky filter knob per channel
- Premium backlit buttons provide precise visual feedback in even the darkest clubs
- Premium 24-bit soundcard, Cirrus Logic converters and pro XLR outputs for optimal audio
- Sturdy aluminum chassis with Innofaders
- Intuitive control of Macro FX and Flux Mode
- Macro FX combine multiple Traktor effects on a single knob
- Flux Mode tracks the time while you're juggling cue points or looping and lets you drop back in at exactly the right moment
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TRAKTOR KONTROL Z2. Native Instruments has taken the incredible performance power from their line of TRAKTOR DJ controllers, and have integrated that extensive knowledge into their very first 2-channel DJ mixer and controller. Enter in the world of the TRAKTOR Z2 2+2 Control Mixer. Built tough for pro club use, the Z2 excels both as a state-of-the-art club mixer alongside turntables and CDJs, and as the hub of an advanced setup of Remix Decks and controllers. All-new Macro FX and Flux Mode in the latest TRAKTOR software expand your creative arsenal. And the heavy metal, standard installation-height chassis, sturdy RGB control buttons, and Innofaders assure rock-solid dependability. EXPANDING ON INDUSTRY STANDARDS Combining the best of all that's come before it, TRAKTOR KONTROL Z2 takes a powerful two-channel stand-alone mixer, adds an additional two channels for Remix Decks, puts TRAKTOR SCRATCH PRO 2 in the package and rolls it out in luxurious style. The ultra-stable, aircraft-grade aluminum chassis provides an intuitive layout instantly familiar to DJs, offering unprecedented sonic control. Throw in an integrated premium audio interface and dedicated TRAKTOR controls for cue points and Remix Decks and your options become infinite. Whatever your style, you've never had control like this before. ERGONOMIC AND INTUITIVE Based on industry-standard DJ mixer design, TRAKTOR KONTROL Z2's DJ-friendly layout is ergonomic and intuitive for uninterrupted flow from the moment you get your hands on it. A spacious control surface with faders, 3-band EQ section and dedicated chunky filter knob per channel - each in exactly the right place - gives you maximum control. Additional TRAKTOR rotary encoders for Macro FX and Remix Decks are placed in the Kontrol Section alongside Flux Mode buttons for easy access, and multi-colored cue point trigger buttons allow you to jump through and re-edit your tracks in style. Input impedance: 47kOhm.
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I wish the software was a little better, especially with regards to playlist exporting and live broadcasting. I've created some nice workarounds, but it's an area they could focus on a little more, IMO.
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The addition of Macro FX adds a new dimension to Traktor's effects capabilities, although they're not as good for me as, for instance, the range of effects Pioneer has on mixers like the DJM-850 that we have here. Flux mode is a really great addition for expressive DJ tricks, although again it's not as good as best-in-class, in that it only works with loops and cues, not scratching.
While the Kontrol Z2 is not a true four-channel mixer, in the same spirit as the Kontrol S2 it's called "2+2", and it does give you meaningful enough access to Decks C and D for some decent sample and acappella action. But if you were to add an X1, for instance (and I'd advise it if using with record decks due to the lack of transport controls on the Z2), you might want to look at mapping some knobs to add EQs back to decks C and D, because I missed having some way of EQing those channels from the unit.