Numark DJ2GO 2 Portable DJ Controller £47 @ Amazon

Numark DJ2GO 2 Portable DJ Controller £47 @ Amazon

Found 17th Sep 2017
  • Portable two-channel DJ controller for Serato DJ Intro (included), Perfect for performing or prepping your DJ set playlist and cue points
  • Control the music with play, jog wheels and fader
  • Song navigation and headphone cueing to create the perfect mix, Fits perfectly in front of your laptop
  • Built-in audio card with channel and master gain control
  • Standard midi mapping for use with other popular DJ software
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Great piece of kit this
This is a great price for a well made but very beginner level product. I used the DJ2GO 1 when I first started out and it was a great portable piece of kit but most digital DJs will make good use of the filters and they're missing from both this version and the old one. I bought mine second hand and loved it but moved on to a larger set of decks within a few months once I'd realised that I enjoyed mixing.

Definitely a hot deal and would make a good christmas gift for someone who enjoys dance music a lot (not suited to someone who has a chainsmokers CD that they listen to before a night out) but if it turns out to be a well appreciated gift then you might find they need to upgrade in a year or so.
Is it possible to use this with a phone instead a laptop?
edneilacerda43 m ago

Is it possible to use this with a phone instead a laptop?

Sadly not, Traktor is the best for the phone. Serato is pretty much just computer
Really good price to say it's just come out. Good for prepping sets and getting your cue points in! If you actually want to have a half hearted mix you may want something a little beefier. For the money this definitely the best option. HOT HOT HOT8)
It's a shame these lower end controller's don't have a channel filter. It's the only thing that's missing for you're basic mixing needs.
Sadly didn't come in stock today. Quite tempted to go for the Party Mix one instead at £84 which does have more features and still has a built-in soundcard
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