DJing at its core is simple, so a two channel mixer works for everyone. And this Worxmas prize is the DJ Tech DIF-1s mixer with mini Innofader.
Another day, another story about turntables. This time, it’s an update to the DJ Tech LF-12. First seen at NAMM, it’s coming out really soon.
DJ Qbert has been in the DJ game for a lot longer than 10 years, but this limited edition Gold Concorde cart marks the 10th anniversary of the first.
DJ Tech continues to make low cost waves in the DJ scene, this time with the very forward looking LF-12 turntable. And we got the exclusive.
NAMM 2014 was mixer central for DJ Tech, with the DIF-1S and DIF-4S, and their Thud Rumble TRX mixer. But they also had the CTRL DVS assistant too.
DJ Tech and Thud Rumble continue to be BFFs, and have worked together to bring out the Thud Rumble TRX scratch mixer.
The DJ Tech CTRL accessory controller lets you take control of your DJ software without having to constantly play with your laptop.
The DIF-1S have evolved into the DJ Tech DIF-1M — a MIDI, filter, and balanced out upgrade to the original. NAMM 2014 just got more interesting.
Last year saw the diminutive DIF-1S make a lot of noise at NAMM. This year, we have the 4 channel equivalent — the DJ Tech DIF-4S.
As just reported, the DJ Tech Dragon Two controller is on summer promo for $289. But is it worthy of your cash? We think so. Check out Sam Hulley’s review.