Numark Mixtrack Pro DJ Controller with Integrated Audio Interface (OLD MODEL)
- Digital DJ controller with large, touch-sensitive control wheels and integrated audio interface
- Mix, scratch and perform with the music on your computer via dual-deck layout complete with mixer section
- Communicates with your computer via a single USB connection
- Illuminated controls provide 1:1 feedback with software parameters
- Supports MIDI over USB for compatibility with virtually all digital DJ software
- Class compliant- no drivers to install and thus no headaches
- Includes Serato DJ Intro, fully upgradable to Serato DJ
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MIXTRACK PRO is a complete DJ system that works with the music on your Mac or PC. MIXTRACK PRO's classic two-turntables-and-a-mixer setup connects to your computer so you can scratch, mix, loop, and much more. MIXTRACK PRO has all the inputs and outputs you’ll need for your headphones, speakers, and a mic. Plus, MIXTRACK PRO is portable, so you'll always be ready to DJ anywhere. MIXTRACK PRO has two decks, each with a large, touch-sensitive turntable for accurate scratching, beat-juggling and locating precise points within your tracks. It’s just like working with a record. In addition to the two decks, MIXTRACK PRO has an easy to use audio mixer so veteran DJs and beginners alike will be able to step right up and get the party going. If you’re DJing for the first time, MIXTRACK PRO is a great place to learn because your skills will transfer to any other DJ system. MIXTRACK PRO comes with Serato DJ Intro, powerful software which makes it easy to mix your favorite music. MIXTRACK PRO lets you create professional sounding mixes at home or at live performances at parties, functions and clubs. MIXTRACK PRO is also a MIDI-over-USB controller, so it's compatible with virtually all DJ software.
Top Customer Reviews
-The layout of the Mixtrack Pro is very easy to learn and very accessable. The EQ Kills are placed in the middle of the controller, and very responsive. The effects and loop buttons are also placed conveniently on top of the controller, as well as the pitch bend and pitch knobs.
-I read a comment saying how the Mixtrack Pro is small and could fit into a backpack or laptop case. Well, unless you have a duffel bag as a backpack, it will not fit. I tried putting my Mixtrack Pro into my North Face Backpack, and it did not fit. The length of the mixer is about half a foot longer than a regular laptop of about 16 inches.
-The platters of the Mixtrack Pro are very nice and has a nice feel. Now, I thought that it would have a rubber feel or some kind of leathery feel, but when I felt the platter, it was a hard textured plastic platter. Don't get me wrong, it felt nice, but I was hoping for something a bit higher end.
-The button layout of the controller is nice, including the cue buttons for headphones and sync, cue, stutter and play/pause.
-The one thing I felt a bit iffy on is how light the system was. The plastic was a hard plastic, but I don't think that it can take that much of abuse. Also, the crossfader is extremely sensitive, as when I barely flicked the crossfader, it shifted over to the other side. I don't know if the crossfader is loose for my item or if it is normal to have it like this, but that is the one thing that I am worried about.
-Setup for the Mixtrack Pro is pretty simple. Just pop in the Virtual DJ LE installation CD they gave you, and install the program. Then, connect your Mixtrack Pro to your MAC/PC and then open up Virtual DJ LE. One thing you must understand is that you cannot use Virtual DJ LE by itself. If you try to open it up separately, it will request you to connect the Mixtrack Pro into your laptop.
Overall, its a great controller for a beginner or an intermediate DJ. In the future, I will most likely visit a music store and try out more higher end DJ equipment, whether it is a Numark Midi Controller or Technics turntables with a sturdy Pioneer Mixer.
That's about it for my review. I just got this yesterday and mixed for about two hours and it felt great. Hope this helped! I will update in the future for its performance and how well it endured.
it has a good solid plastic build and the onboard soundcard for headphones, output and mic input are all great features...overall a well put together piece of equipment for anyone who isn't going for the over the top controllers/mixers