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Pioneer Unveils Its Cheapest DJ Controller Ever, The DDJ-WeGo

by Shane McGlaun
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Pioneer has a bunch of DJ controllers that it offers on the market today, and the one thing they tend to have in common is they are very expensive. If you ever thought it might be cool to learn how to be a professional DJ, but you didn’t want to spend thousands on your own DJ controller check out the new DDJ-WeGo. Pioneer says this is the least expensive DJ controller it’s ever offered.

The device will be available in September at an MSRP of $399 (USD). That price includes Virtual DJ Limited Edition software supporting Windows and Mac computers. The device doesn’t need an AC outlet to operate, getting its power from the USB port on your computer.

It comes in five different body colors including white, black, red, green, and violet. It has dual jog FX wheels, pulse control with lights for real-time feedback, and built-in audio ports. The device also has an integrated sound card for music storage and portability.

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