Originally posted by DeepSix
^^^ my sentiment exactly...
Pioneer, IMO had only one good thing for it - a nice ergonomic layout with individual channel LEDs
Now, the behringer el-ripoff DJM500 has the same thing - with possibly suspect components...but for the price? can you actually go wrong?
And this A&H has a similar look / spacing ... but c'mon...A&H > Pioneer for component quality on DJ mixers any day of the week.
I don't think it's false pretenses. There have been DJ mixers with MIDI before this, and they were always just for timing. I think most will naturaly assume this one does the same.Originally posted by Simplistik
they will sell a few more under false pretenses
Even my 64 though it was clean was a little lagging compared to some other mixers I have used for scratching. But the sound quality is a whole other issue.Originally posted by DeepSix
just took a closer look at the xfader curve and i don't think it'll be able to get down to scratch mixer type curves...