Pioneer DJ 2 Channel Serato DJ Controller - Black DDJ-SB2 (New, not B-Stock) - £175.19 C&C Only @ Maplin
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Pioneer DJ 2 Channel Serato DJ Controller - Black DDJ-SB2 (New, not B-Stock) - £175.19 C&C Only @ Maplin

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Found 10th Mar
This is the cheapest ive seen this i think.. Especially for a NEW device, not B-Stock. I think there are a fair few in Maplin stores nationwide, so could be easy to pick up.

Ive got one of these and i love it. I think its a good beginner Dj Controller for people who are interested in DJing.


• Two channels allowing you to control two tracks, loops or samples at a time
• Master and two headphone outputs allowing you to connect speakers and headphones at the same time
• Microphone input allows you to add voice into the mix
• Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope
• Compatible with PC and Mac
• Serato DJ Intro software included
• Filter Fade function allows DJs to do more than just mix
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Good find, nice one.
Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH equivalent to DJing?

Even Virtual DJ has not effects built-in and can be had for £175.19 cheaper....
Sharpharp40 m ago

Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH …Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH equivalent to DJing?Even Virtual DJ has not effects built-in and can be had for £175.19 cheaper....


Izotope are highly regarded in the music production industry. Pioneer obviously a big name too. Looks a steal for the money. Heat OP
I have this one. Same price but you get full rekordbox software...

maplin.co.uk/p/p…8wq
Sharpharp1 h, 1 m ago

Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH …Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH equivalent to DJing?Even Virtual DJ has not effects built-in and can be had for £175.19 cheaper....


can tell your from the school of sync
I bought a DJ Wego 4 a few months ago, really want to be able to mix and create my own playlists.

I’ve tried bits of tutorials on YouTube, has anyone used any training or have any materials that would be useful for a beginner?
Training? Just do it and play around. You’ll soon get the hang of it.
jameswalker92 h, 1 m ago

I bought a DJ Wego 4 a few months ago, really want to be able to mix and …I bought a DJ Wego 4 a few months ago, really want to be able to mix and create my own playlists. I’ve tried bits of tutorials on YouTube, has anyone used any training or have any materials that would be useful for a beginner?


The best advice I could give would be to put in the practice getting comfortable with beatmatching, probably the easiest way to do this is have the same song on both decks and practice mixing the intros or outro, you could even set loops to practise with. Beatmatching is the foundation for any good DJ so it's the best place to start.
Sharpharp4 h, 1 m ago

Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH …Ten on-board effects powered by iZotope - LOL, Is this the VTECH equivalent to DJing?Even Virtual DJ has not effects built-in and can be had for £175.19 cheaper....


Got to hate it when your being a smart ass, then cock up your spelling!
I was looking at this earlier, big step up from my Hercules MK4, didn't buy though!
pooptash1 h, 0 m ago

The best advice I could give would be to put in the practice getting …The best advice I could give would be to put in the practice getting comfortable with beatmatching, probably the easiest way to do this is have the same song on both decks and practice mixing the intros or outro, you could even set loops to practise with. Beatmatching is the foundation for any good DJ so it's the best place to start.


Thanks, I’ve been using Djay Pro straight from Spotify, I think I need to move over to songs with the full intro & outro’s.
Thus is a good price but the Sb3 literally just came out so if I was buying I'd seriously concider the extra 60 quid to get the latest controller. If price is your main concern I'd chose the numark mixtrack platinum over the sb2, if only for the screens on the jog wheels and the longer range pitch controls.
Edited by: "skratchgonzo" 11th Mar
jameswalker94 h, 59 m ago

I bought a DJ Wego 4 a few months ago, really want to be able to mix and …I bought a DJ Wego 4 a few months ago, really want to be able to mix and create my own playlists. I’ve tried bits of tutorials on YouTube, has anyone used any training or have any materials that would be useful for a beginner?


You just have to learn to beat match, it's as simple as counting to 4 and there will be countless YouTube videos, if you want to really get good at it you should avoid relying on the screen and the wave forms, try listening and teaching yourself to hear where the beat is out. You can use the software to set identical bpms for both tracks to start with then, chose songs that are close but not identical bpm and try adjust them by ear. Most dance music these days has a bpm of 128 anyway so there's often not a great deal of pitch adjustment needed
JOHN_VINCENT11 h, 26 m ago

Got to hate it when your being a smart ass, then cock up your spelling!


Not as much as when you cock up your grammar.......
Great price for a solid mid range controller. Good find.
Any opinions on this vs a Numark Mixtrack Pro 3, for a 10 year old beginer. Cheers
Very good controller indeed. The new one has some decent improvements but at £60 more it's not really essential to have it. Like others have said on here as well learn beatmaching and knowing your music library are fundamentals to becoming a DJ.
Edited by: "Mauley" 14th Mar
Pioneer cdjs have been Industry standard in clubs for years now. I'd hazard a guess they know how to build a durable platter.

Isotope as mentioned above are very well regarded to in production software.

The pioneer mixers I have used in the past have been top notch and rammed full of nice features.

Shame this isn't 4 channel so I can plug in the 1210s and update my mixer with 2 free inputs. Can't have everything!

Good price for a beginner and ALOT of kit for the money.
pooptash10th Mar

The best advice I could give would be to put in the practice getting …The best advice I could give would be to put in the practice getting comfortable with beatmatching, probably the easiest way to do this is have the same song on both decks and practice mixing the intros or outro, you could even set loops to practise with. Beatmatching is the foundation for any good DJ so it's the best place to start.


Omg I'm going insane learning to beat match on my ddjrb , how long does it normally take?
ali_8917th Mar

Omg I'm going insane learning to beat match on my ddjrb , how long does it …Omg I'm going insane learning to beat match on my ddjrb , how long does it normally take?


a year
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