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Pioneer DDJ-ERGO DJ Controller Announced

Pioneer has finally let the cat out the bag on their newest DJ controller that they've been teasing everyone about. Introducing the new Pioneer DDJ-ERGO Digital DJ controller. This new DJ controller is geared more towards the DJ's who don't want to spend crazy amounts of money to get into the world of DJ-ing, or for those who need an extra or spare setup to accompany them on trips or light parties. The DDJ-ERGO will come bundled with the Virtual DJ LE software and is fully MIDI-mappable to other DJ software on the market. Check inside for the full press release and demo video.
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Pioneer has finally let the cat out the bag on their newest DJ controller that they've been teasing everyone about. Introducing the new Pioneer DDJ-ERGO Digital DJ controller. This new DJ controller is geared more towards the DJ's who don't want to spend crazy amounts of money to get into the world of DJ-ing, or for those who need an extra or spare setup to accompany them on trips or light parties. The DDJ-ERGO will come bundled with the Virtual DJ LE software and is fully MIDI-mappable to other DJ software on the market. The layout is very welcoming and the ergonomics look tight with a nice smooth finish. The suggested retail on the DDJ-ERGO is only $699 so I expect the street price to be around $600. Check back for more updates and for the FULL VIDEO REVIEW as soon as they become available!

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