Pioneer DDJ-SB3 Unboxing

Check out our first impression and unboxing video of the new Pioneer DDJ-SB3
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The Pioneer DDJ-SB3 is the newest entry-level Serato DJ Lite controller. The DDJ-SB3 has all the features of its predecessor and adds a few more nice touches, such as new play/pause and cue buttons that are separate from the performance pads, a dedicated Loop section, FX fade pad mode, and pad scratch mode by DJ Jazzy Jeff.

A full in-depth review is coming soon, but in the meantime, watch our unboxing and first impressions video of the new DDJ-SB3 below.

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