Numark idjpro - Mezclador para DJ (105 dB, 20 - 20000 Hz), negro y plateado
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- Funciona con Algoriddim's Djay
- Sistema complete para DJ con dos platos que integra totalmente el iPad
- Caja de aluminio pulido con controles iluminados
- Platos activados por el tacto y controles Hot Cues Loop y efectos
- Compatible AirPlay
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Funciona con Algoriddim’s Djay Sistema complete para DJ con dos platos que integra totalmente el iPad Caja de aluminio pulido con controles iluminados Platos activados por el tacto y controles Hot Cues Loop y efectos Compatible AirPlay
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I have seen a few posts stating that the IDJ Pro is definitely NOT a pro piece of equipment and that things don't work, etc., etc... Well, although I never performed with any other controller, the IDJ Pro has worked great for me on all of my gigs. Did I say GIGS? Indeed. After the success of the all-white party, I received tons of requests to DJ at Graduation Parties, Formals, Wedding Showers and more recently Weddings. Below is my current list of equipment I use:
a White Apple iPad Air
(2) Rockville RPG12 2-Way DJ/PA Powered Speakers Totaling 1600 Watt With a 12" Woofer
an additional Rockville RBG15S 15" 1600w Active Powered PA Subwoofer
2 On Stage SS7745 Adjustable Subwoofer Attachment
2 sets of TMS® 4pcs 86 RGB LED Stage Light Par Dmx-512 Lighting
2 Stellar Labs 555-11680 Portable Light Stand - 50lb. Capacity
2 Chauvet Hurricane 700 Fog Machine
Audio 2000s AWM6074U Dual Channel UHF Wireless Microphone System with Two Handhelds
an Odyssey FRIDJPRO Numark iDJ Pro DJ Controller Flight Ready Case
a Odyssey CF6048 Carpeted Double Foldout Façade
a Lifetime 80160 Commercial Height Adjustable Folding Utility Table, 4 Feet
LinenTablecloth 4 ft. Rectangular Stretch Tablecloth Black
a Rock N Roller Multicart Model R2 Micro
and a BUNCH of XLR Cables, Extension cords and Surge protectors
As seen from the extensive list of supporting equipment I use at my gigs, I put a lot of stock and confidence in the IDJ Pro. Sure it has a quirk or two, but I know how to work around these. Sadly, becuase one of them has in the past caused me headaches before I figured out a work around, I can only give the product 4 stars.
[THE QUIRKS THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE TO GET AROUND]
* Because the IDJ Pro was originally designed for the NON-Air versions of the iPad, the slot you slide your iPad into does NOT snugly fit the iPad Air. Included with the controller are 4 felt strips with Velcro backing. IF you position these in the corners of the slots, the iPad Air is a bit more snug than without them. When really DJ'ing intensely the iPad tends to slide around A LOT. Since I have used IDJ Pro for so long, I get around this ok.
* Again, since this version is made for the pre-iPad Air, in order to connect it to your iDevice you have to get a 30 pin to lightening adapter. When you attach this to your iPad, you can no longer close the little magnetic door/flap that locks the iPad in place in the controller. This doesn't keep you from using the controller, it just looks bad cosmetically/ This, of course, is not Numarks fault, as 1) this controller was made for pre-air era iPads and 2) they have a newer model that actually accommodates the iPad Air.
* THIS is one quirk that had me scratching my head a lot and ALMOST caused me to sell my IDJ Pro and iPad and get a Serato based controller and Laptop. MANY TIMES, WHEN YOU GO TO PLAY YOUR MUSIC, THERE IS A LOT OF STATIC. Yes indeed, you read correctly. When this first happened to me, I thought my connections were bad so I disconnected everything and started everything over. The static didn't stop until I restarted DJAY 2 (the software that controls the IDJ Pro). WHAT??? This drove me absolutely crazy. I went on the Algorridim forums searching for solutions and everyone said the same thing "reboot the iPad and restart DJay 2). No way that can be an answer. After a few weeks I was playing around with the settings and found one that said something along the lines of "Use Hardware..." (sorry, my IDJ Pro is not near me right now). I switched the Slider OFF let it cycle through it processes and then turned it back ON. BINGO, no more static. I have no idea why this happens but does, every single time I use the unit. So, now, I build it into my setup to run through this process and everything is fine. NOTE; this does NOT appear to be a problem with the controller from Numark, but instead the DJay 2 software from Algorridim...a problem they STILL have not seemed to fix with any iteration of upgrades.
Ok, so with that out the way, lets discuss the plus's of the controller. Although the controller IS indeed plastic, it is durable. I bring this thing to gigs with me on a regular basis and when not doing that, I'm moving it around from office/mix tape studio to practice area in my living room. Never had a problem with any nobs or sliders breaking off or becoming dislodged. Also, because the unit is plastic, it is lighter than metal controllers. I can attest to this, as over the past year or so, I have been looking to upgrade and have messed with a LOT of controllers. Regardless, the build is solid and sturdy.
The controller itself has most of the features you'd expect from a controller with PRO in the name:
* Two 4 3/4" Capacative Touch jog wheels
* Full EQ for both channels/decks
* Sync buttons for each deck
* Pitch faders
* Designated effects buttons and nobs
* Track load nob
* 8 Cue trigger buttons
* Loop buttons... and the list goes on and on
Something to be aware of: there are a SLEW of controls built directly INTO the DJay 2 software that makes this controller shine. It is but a vehicle to drive the Algoriddim DJay 2 software. There is no way in the world I can go into the software side of this setup as it would take too long. If you are interested in the software reviews, you can Youtube the software and see exactly what to expect.
So, the long and short of it, I do love this controller. While some say it's not professional, I use it more than a few times a month to do paid gigs and it works great. I have found that I have outgrown the controller and will be moving up to a Serato based controller in the near future. But I still have nothing but good things to say about this controller. I do indeed love it to death...
If you djay from your iPad. This is the best controller for the money. Be sure to invest in the oddesy case to protect your investment. They cost about the same as the unit, but you will then have a safe professional looking set up.
There are those that think that Djaying from your iPad is cheating or not professional. I will admit, that at a professional level, just Djaying with an iPad can be a little cumbersome. With out a controller, it becomes difficult to get to all of the great features the Idjay 2 app has with just the pad touch controls. This controller gives you the ability to have larger hardware (faders, sliders,knobs) in conjunction with the touch pad.
For the mobile DJ, most clients don't care if you beat match, and get anoid with too much scratching and effects. (Although you can do this with the iDJ Pro) If these things are important to you, there are newer units available with you in mind.
This is truly a proffesional level controller for the mobile DJ that is using the IPad as your main media and soft ware source.
1. This controller makes using the iDJ software so easy - It syncs perfectly and has all the features (plus more) that i need. Amazing.
2. The XLR outputs - it is tough to find a controller with XLR outs. This was a big selling point for me.
3. The actual sound output is fantastic. Professional quality.
My (small) reservations:
1. The volume knob is insanely sensitive. Like, "you can't turn it up past 5%" sensitive. This isn't a huge issue if you are operating it yourself, or have compressors/limiters, but there's always "that one guy" who keeps coming up to the DJ booth and turns the volume up himself. It could really damage the speaker system. I wish they had some sort of PAD function for the controller.
2. I wish the microphone input had an in-line EQ and an XLR input.
These reservations are nit-picky, but worth mentioning. Overall I love the controller, and would recommend it to anyone who is looking to simplify their DJing experience.
Thanks Numark's and Algorridim.