Pioneer DDJ-ERGO-V DJ Controller
- Take anywhere with USB power and plug-and-play connectivity
- Sleek, stylish ergonomic design
- Included Virtual DJ LE software
- High quality built-in audio interface
- Pulse Control provides visual prompts via various types of illuminations directly on the unit
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This ultra-compact controller gives any music enthusiast the ability to make their own unique music mixes. Bundled with the Virtual DJ Limited Edition software by Atomix Productions, the DDJ-ERGO controller enables consumers to be creative with their music collection as soon as they take the unit out of the box. The new controller also incorporates MIDI functionality, making it possible to be used with other MIDI compatible DJ software. The stylish controller is designed using contoured edges with black, white and gradient colors and a large 115 mm platter for increased operability. The system also features Pulse Control that illuminates various areas of the controller to assist in the mixing process.
Top customer reviews
Hardware: Seems to be well made with a number of the feature, such as the crossfader that seem to be the very same used in higher end models. It is incredibly light. The fact its propped up by small legs has already saved me twice with drunken spills in/around my booth. If you're a heavy turntablist obviously jog-wheels this small may not be for you.
The Software: I realize Serato is industry standard but the ONLY complaint I have thus far with Virtual DJ is that it's lacking an echo feature. Beyond that it was a breeze to set up and runs great on my macbook pro. Im strongly considering upgrading to unlock the full video features.
If your playing small gigs, house parties, weddings or even a beginner I highly recommend this unit.
It's a bit lighter weight than I'd prefer though build quality wise.... the sliders are not as smooth as I'm used to with Pioneer gear, the Jog wheel is not as precise, the knobs are not quite as solid.
But with that said, it IS well made, it DOES work very well and it IS very easy to use once set up.
I definitely would recommend this to a beginning dj or as a back up unit.
Two tips: update the firmware (you get it from the Pioneer site), and start with the application called "djay" - it's simple, but you'll probably end up being a better DJ if you start with a simple program than something more complex and frustrating. I like the Virtual DJ program that comes with the device, but it's interface is way too complex for beginners.