With the Pioneer DJ DDJ-200 DJ controller connected to your smartphone via USB or Bluetooth, you’re ready to mix and perform right from your music library. You can even mix tracks from your iTunes library when you use the free WeDJ app. The DDJ-200 also supports rekordbox dj software. Two platters and 16 performance pads allow plenty of hands-on creativity, while transition effects make it easy to add excitement to your mixes. Whether you’re just starting on your DJ path or you’re looking for a comprehensive portable controller the Pioneer DJ DDJ-200 is right for you.
Take your mixing to the next level
The Pioneer DDJ-200 is a two-channel wireless DJ controller and an intuitive layout. This smart DJ controller features integrated Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to stream music directly from your smartphone or laptop device. This highly affordable controller is the perfect stepping stone for building your DJ skills.
The ergonomic design provides a familiar feel for beginners and professionals alike. Requiring minimal technical knowledge, you can get started straight away with this easy-to-use controller. The large, precision jog wheels allow you to get hands-on with your mixing. Eight performance pads are available on each channel, designed for assigning hot cues, triggers samples, FX and more.
- Controller Style: DJ Controller
- Number of Decks: 2-deck
- Channels: 2-channel
- Jog Wheels: 2 x Jog Wheels
- Pads: 16 x Velocity-sensitive Pads
- Faders: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tempo
- Crossfader: Standard
- USB: 1 x Type B
- MIDI I/O: USB/Bluetooth
- Bluetooth: v4.2
- Effects: Transition FX, Pad FX
- Looper: Manual Loop
- Sampling: Sample Playback
- Media: Multiple Music Steaming Apps support
- Software: WeDJ App download (iOS)
- Compatibility: Algoriddim DJay (iOS/Android), MWM Edjing Mix, Rekordbox DJ
- OS Requirements - Mac: macOS 10.12 or later, iOS 10 or later
- OS Requirements - PC: Windows 7 SP1 or later
- Power Supply: USB Bus powered
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