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Wacom Nextbeat X-1000 MK2 2-Channel MP3 DJ Controller

3.3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • 2-channel DJ mixer with removable console forwireless DJ sets
  • 6 adjustable sync and channel by channel assignable effects (LPF, HPF, flanger,phaser, delay, reverb)
  • Built-in sampler
  • Smart touch sensor for smooth pitch, volume and crossfader control
  • Stylish control and console design with fast track selection and dynamic setcontrol
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Product Description

Connections: 1 x USB input, 1 x CF input, 1 x coaxial recording output,1 x stereo RCA master output, 1 x stereo RCA output (channel 1), 1 x stereo RCAoutput (Channel 2), 1 x 6.3mm headphone jack output, 1 x 6.3mm microphone jackinputSupported formats: MP3, WAC, AIFF, AAC-LCChannel by channel 3-band EQ (adjustable bass, mid and treble)Channel by channel trim controlLoop/re-loop functions with loop in/out tuningCue function (returns to set points)Preview function Largeand informative 3.5" (8cm) LCD display Separately adjustable headphone, master/cue, microphone and master volumes BMP-sync function Power supply: 230V, 50Hz

Product Information

Item Weight 9.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 15 x 9 x 15 inches
Shipping Weight 9.6 pounds
ASIN B0032TF7XG
Item model number X-1000
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3.3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #109,637 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#482 in Musical Instruments > DJ, Electronic Music & Karaoke > DJ Equipment > Mixers
#35,542 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment
Date first available at Amazon.com October 29, 2012

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So - i just sold my NS7 (as good as they say it is if not better) so that I could get a DDJ-SX (cause its lighter and 4 decks), but then they came out with NS7ii last week and it effectively eliminated all other considerations immediately. Now, I could have spent 900 on an SX and waited til summer and pick up an NS7ii for $1,500 then and hope i get a decent resale on the sx.... but i saw this and couldn't help but be pulled in. i mean, 90 bucks -whats to lose?

so I picked this thing up for a few reason:

it used to be 1600 and now its 90. i'm a sucker for sales.

wacom makes some of the best tablets says a professional friend who uses tablets.

it doesn't require a computer, so when these craptastic macs aren't doing what they are supposed to be doing, no need to worry.

i take long dumps and this thing has a wifi controller, meaning i have something more to do then just read now.

When i first got it, thought it was missing some crucial stuff (sd card, US power cord) ...but keep looking, its all in there. Now i'm plugging in, and getting a feel for it, but lemme say, this thing is like trying to exercise in a sleeping bag!!!! Do not buy this because it used to be $1600, whoever came up with this thing has there head in their ass and is totally clueless - this is NOT a viable contender - HOWEVER, if you don't have a laptop and wanna get in the game, it might be something to consider and it might make you a better dj - lord knows basic functions like beat matching are not intuitive. you also can't load up another song when you have tracks playing on both decks. you are incredibly limited in multi functioning since you can really only control one deck at a time.
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I own this unit for a little more than a week. I'm just getting started in the "DJ" world so this is a great tool for learning and creating cool music. I'm sure a $1000 Pioneer unit will do more but for a tenth of the price of other controllers I saw this item is awesome. Also, the scratch pad detaches and can be used wireless.
Overall I'm very happy with my purchase, I will probably buy for my cousin for Christmas since he seemed to really like it too.
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Not to serious, but a good controller to learn with and use as a decent all in one. I have it as part of a larger kit made of modded gameboys, a few decent DAW's and the Korn Nano set. I like a minimalist approach and wanted to do this as a hobby. Yes, more expensive items and CD-J's can be better or more appealing, but once I compose in reaper and output to the nextbeat just for live alterations you would be hard pressed to find a difference.
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When I saw that I could pick this up for less about as much as a new cartridge for my technics, I had to bite. I had heard lots of interesting reviews of this, but because of it's astronomical price point I had never known anyone to actually use one. I've done Traktor, I've done Serato, I've done DVS, I've done the S4, but I've never had too much experience with a CDJ because I never thought it was worth the cash. If I've already got the tables then doing a DVS setup is halfway done, but shelling out a few months of rent just for a cd player? Nah I'll pass.

I was excited to try an entirely out of the box system, especially when there's pretty much no BPM lock to fall back on. This is gonna be a long one...But hopefully worth the read. Where to start?

Design: For it's size, and the fact that it's trying to basically be half of a 4 channel controller (when else have you seen a real 2-channel controller with only one control?), I have to give it a 4/5 for general UI and design. The hardware controls are pretty intuitive, and I've had pretty much no detectable issues with it being responsive. Given that Wacom makes a bunch of tablet stuff normally, I wasn't that surprised that the touch controls were very tight and responsive. The pitch and volume sliders can take a minute to get used to, but overall it works pretty well. The pots are made out of a kind of toyish plastic, which I can't really complain about since your headphones probably cost more than this whole thing. However, if I had actually paid the retail price for this, the pot quality would've been pretty inexcusable. As far as their actual responsiveness and usability, no problems there. They just feel kinda silly to the touch.

The Nextbeat loses some points on the software side though.
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I have used this unit for a week now. You are not going to find a stand alone dj mixer lie this for $90. It make take some time to get to know all commands and tricks. Perhaps it does not have the sofware like mixmaister but yo will enjoy. No more computer crashes. Built-in effects and loops are really asy to use and flawless. My only concern is updates to the firmware may not be available because Wacom does not support this device anymore. It does not show uo even in the legacy wacom devices. Overall a great buy for an amazibg price.
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