Pioneer Introduce DJM-S3 Mixer and DDJ-SR2 Controller

Pioneer DJM-S3 Mixer and DDJ-SR2 Controller

After announcing the release of its new HDJ-X DJ headphone series in October, Pioneer DJ just unveiled two more goodies.

The first is the DJM-S3 mixer. The two-channel DJ unit aimed at up-and-coming battle DJs is Serato DJ and DVS Enabled thanks to its built-in sound card inherited from the professional DJM-S9, so you can plug it into your PC/Mac and start using it with Serato DJ1 straight out of the box.

The DJM-S3 will be available from late September at an SRP of €549 (roughly US $645) including VAT.

Next up is the DDJ-SR2 two-channal controller, which enables DJs to get the latest features in Serato DJ, including the Pitch ‘n Time DJ Expansion Pack, with Key Shift, Key Sync and Pitch Play controls. The lightweight and portable DDJ-SR2 is Serato DVS Upgrade Ready. Nice perk: it comes bundled with the Pitch ‘n Time DJ Expansion Pack.

The DDJ-SR2 will be available from September at an SRP of €699 (roughly US $838) including VAT.

Full specs for both units are as follows:

KEY FEATURES OF THE DJM-S3
Serato DJ and Serato DVS Enabled
Built-in Serato-dedicated sound card
Scratch-friendly layout
Magvel crossfader
Independent channel filters with parameter control
Professional sound quality
XLR terminal
Two headphone outputs
Signal GND terminal
Independent Mic section

KEY FEATURES OF THE DDJ-SR2
Dedicated controls for the latest Serato DJ features
Serato DJ Enabled
Serato DVS Upgrade Ready
Lightweight and portable
16 multicoloured Performance Pads
High-quality aluminium-finish top panel and jog wheels
Needle Search Pad
Dual Level Meter
Mains or USB power
Multiple connections
Professional XLR outputs
Includes Pitch ‘n Time DJ Expansion Pack

Subscribe to Dispatch (It's Free!)
Sign up for our free newsletter and don't miss a beat!

Movement-Detroit

Enter your e-mail address to receive the latest dance-music news, artist interviews, exclusive DJ mixes, contests and much more.

Your information will NEVER be sold, shared or given to a third party.

Yehouda Silverman

Add a Comment