Pioneer DJintroduced the new XDJ-RX2, after two years of the success of the first “all-in-one” XDJ-RX, offers a compact unit with many high-end features at an affordable price.
The new XDJ-RX2 is many aspects similar like two XDJ-700, and a DJM-450 mixer. In fact the central part is identical to this mixer and features exactly the same Sound Color FX and Beat FX, as well as the same arrangement of controls. Finally the unit maintains the same audio interface as the previous version and does not support DVS control when used with the software.
Raneintroduced a new mixer, the Seventy-Two. It offers two USBs for dual DJ support, pads MPC-style and a touchscreen for displaying Serato waveforms, selecting songs and controlling effects.
This mixer offers the high standards of performance and construction typical from from Rane.
Also, Rane launched its new media player Twelve, which accompanies Seventy-Two as a complete Dj set. While the two products can be used independently with other gear, Rane is clearly hoping that users will invest in the whole set, so mixer including dedicated inputs for two Twelve controllers.
Seventy-Two will be available in Q4 2017, priced at $ 1,899.
Solid steel construction—built like a tank for non-stop, heavy-duty use
(3) NEW MAG THREE tension adjustable faders for crossfader and channel faders with reverse, contour controls, and cut-in adjustment
4.3” Touchscreen for moving wave display, FX control, song selection and user customizations
Dual Flex FX engines, one for each channel
Chain-integrated Serato DJ Effect control plus one internal Flex Effect per channel
Dual USB connections for DJ handoffs
16 Akai MPC-style performance pads w/RGB backlight, adjustable threshold and aftertouch, with independent mode controls per deck.