Pioneer DJ DDJ-SR2 Portable 2-channel controller for Serato DJ
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- A series of dedicated buttons were created to trigger the key-related functions in Serato DJ. Switch between the Key Shift, Key sync and Key Reset to play with keys without ever changing your tempo
- Use the large, multi-colored tactile Performance Pads trigger the Hot Cues, Roll and Sampler features. Hit the pads and watch their colors change as they indicate the selected pad mode and playing status
- Take this controller with you wherever you go thanks to the easy grab handles and lightweight design. For simple plug-and-play connectivity you can choose between USB or AC power
- Balanced XLR outputs let you connect to a professional PA system, while a booth and 2 master outs allow you to monitor your mixes. Or use the DDJ-SR2 as a mixer with multiplayers or turntables using the line and phono inputs
- The DDJ-SR2 controller features large, low-latency jog wheels to give you great scratch response and accuracy
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DDJ-SR2 Share Portable 2-Channel Controller for Serato DJ Pro
The DDJ-SR2 has dedicated key controls for Serato DJ Pro, allowing you to control the software features with the push of a button. This 2-channel controller takes after our professional DJ gear with multicolored Performance Pads and a spacious layout. Being compact and 18% lighter than the DDJ-SR, the DDJ-SR2 is easy to transport to any gig.
Enjoy a full package including the latest version of Serato DJ Pro as well as the Pitch ’n Time DJ expansion pack, which lets you get creative with your track’s key and BPM, even in extreme tempos.
Serato Pitch ‘n Time DJ controls
A series of dedicated buttons were created to trigger the key-related functions in Serato DJ Pro. Switch between the Key Shift, Key Sync and Key Reset to play with keys without ever changing your tempo.
Multi-colored Performance Pads
Use the large, multi-colored tactile Performance Pads to trigger the Hot Cues, Roll and Sampler features. Hit the pads and watch their colors change as they indicate the selected pad mode and playing status.
Large jog wheels
It may be compact, but this controller features large, low-latency jog wheels to give you great scratch response and accuracy.
Integral control of Serato DJ Pro
Get involved with plug-and-play control of Serato DJ Pro with dedicated buttons for FX and advanced features such as Hot cue, Slip mode, Roll and slicer. Simply connect your PC/Mac and start playing.
Audio mixer feature
Use trims, channel faders and EQs to control audio from external turntables or media players. Even when the controller isn’t connected to a computer, trims and faders can be used for audio input from external sources.
Dual Level Meter
See the master out and channel levels at all times.
Needle search provides a touch strip for intuitive and fast searches. Jump to any part of a track with one touch.
The DDJ-SR2 is Serato DJ DVS ready. The Serato DJ DVS Expansion Pack allows you to scratch with CDJs or analogue turntables using Serato NoiseMap Control CD/vinyl.
DJ Software : Serato Pitch ‘n Time DJ.
Compatible DJ Software (not included) : Unlocks Serato DJ Pro.
Software System Requirements.
Windows 10, 8.1, 7 (latest service pack).
macOS Sierra 10.12 (latest update).
OS X 10.11, 10.10 (latest update).
CPU: Intel processor Core i7 and i5 1.07 GHz or higher.
Memory: 4 GB or more of RAM.
Width : 553 mm.
Height : 65.1 mm.
Depth : 334.5 mm.
Weight : 3.7 kg.
Soundcard : 24 bit/44.1 kHz.
Frequency Range : 20 - 20000 Hz.
Signal-to-Noise Ratio : 105 dB.
Distortion : < 0.003 % (USB).
2 Phono/Line (RCA).
1 Mic (1/4 inch TS Jack).
USB : 1 USB B port.
2 Master (XLR, RCA).
1 Booth (1/4 inch TRS Jack).
2 Headphone Monitor (1/4 inch Stereo Phone Jack, 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack).
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Pioneer DJ DDJ-SR2 Portable 2-channel controller for Serato DJ
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FYI for beginners:
The S(SB, SR, SX, SZ) stands for Serato, the most popular DJ software, that has a long history of quality and functionality. Current Models ...SB3, SR2, SX3, and SZ2, not sure how much longer Pioneer will make controllers for Serato, they are pushing Rekordbox DJ with their newest controllers. Due to request, they released the DDJ-1000SRT for Serato users. Because of the different software features(Rekordbox DJ is newer, more advanced/Serato DJ Pro is simpler, more streamlined because of long history), the 1000SRT lacks some of the functionality of the Rekordbox DDJ-1000, but if you are a hardcore Serato user who doesn't want to switch software, they made the SRT for you.
The R(RB, RR, RX, RZ) is for Rekordbox DJ, Pioneers own software that is gaining popularity. The streaming, phone/tablet newbie is the DDJ-200(no computer, just phone or tablet, this is a special with alternative software[WeDJ, DJay, or EDJing apps]); RB is updated to the DDJ-400; RR is the DDJ-800, and the RX upgrade is the DDJ-1000. DDJ-1200? 1500? speculation says, something might come out to replace the RZ or the CDJ's/DJM is that. The new layouts resemble a club's CDJ-2000NX2 and DJM-(XXX?) mixer set up. Intended to be Rekordbox DJ(software) controllers(except DDJ-200) to help ease the transition to the pro gear (club CDJ's and DJM's are getting a little long in the tooth, might be about time for an upgrade). The XDJ-RR is the 1st level "all-in-one"(current models). The all-in-ones are designed to be used from a USB-A flash drive plugged into the unit instead of a laptop, taking reliability out of the equation(still have to export from computer to flashdrive). XDJ-RX2 is a step up in features, but similar controller surface. [Update]Latest version of Serato DJ Pro dropped, There is now support for it on the XDJ-RZ(the next step up from the XDJ-RX2), be sure you update the firmware and drivers for the RZ and the latest Serato version(2.3.3). The RZ layout has the same size jog wheels and center displays as DDJ-1000. It's as close to club hardware you can get in a controller currently. Could easily replace them in some venues.
Added feature upgrades from the SB:No one has really covered the features, so a brief synopsis.
-Effects on-board have more individual parameter(intensity of the "FX") for each. The far-right knob controls how often the effect occurs/oscillates/etc.(1/4,1/2,1,2,4 beats and so on)
-Needle search bar lets you skip through the track with a finger slide back and forth
-Play/pause and Cue buttons are separate so the pads can be used for more hotcues and pad options
-Added Censor bleep-out button on the controller(Red button below FX1 arrows upper left)
-Added Beatgrid adjustments below the censor bleepout for correcting grids that are off
-Pitch n' Time buttons for changing the key of the track for effect or assist in harmonic mixing
-The loop section makes it much easier to set and change loops in your mixing(I don't think it digitally shows you what the loop is set for anymore(1/16 -32 or 64 beat loops), that was helpful, that was replaced by below)
-Added buttons on the Auto Loop section(4 beat), not sure what those do outside of setting a loop manually
-Performance pad options are different adding the Roll and Slicer to the main options and different "shift" options(white options under the main ones)
-Performance pads are now RGB lit as opposed to just blue on the SR, easier to see the colors for the hotcues
-Middle ring of jog wheels lights up to better indicate which channel is active(not for the visual scratching pointer)
-Added feature to the middle browsing and controls and selections for inputs into the mixer and for channels 1 and 3 and 2 and 4
-Booth volume knob in the middle between master out volume and headphones mixing
-More inputs and XLR PA system outputs and booth balanced 1/4" RCA output
-Now externally powered for less battery drain on laptop
Crossfader curve knob was taken off, so you have to adjust it inside the software now(SR had it on the front)
A decent upgrade from the SR and a huge upgrade from the SB family
Pitch n' Time module(A paid option otherwise) is a nice addition for "controllerism" with the key manipulation, along with the Slicer and Roll and the "shift button" options
It also came with Serato Pro, and I purchased a warranty plan and a Pro-X road case separate, which I highly recommend to protect this investment!
(I'm also using a 2018 MacBook Air with 8gb ram, and Serato Pro runs extremely smooth)
Only problem that I have is that when I used the FX too much the software freezes, but that is because I have a old Mac book pro. I should mention that it ran perfect couple of time that I ran it on my wife’s brand new Mac.