Native Instruments デジタル・ヴァイナル・システム TRAKTOR Scratch A10
この商品 Native Instruments デジタル・ヴァイナル・システム TRAKTOR Scratch A10
|価格||￥ 59,800||￥ 12,798||￥ 19,796||￥ 19,800||￥ 14,800|
|販売||Amazon.co.jp||Amazon.co.jp||Amazon.co.jp||Rock oN Company||Amazon.co.jp|
|パッケージサイズ：幅||31.8 x 33.8 x 10.4 cm||16.4 x 19.8 x 3.2 cm||19.81 x 25.15 x 8.89 cm||19.9 x 26 x 9.2 cm||19.4 x 27.2 x 12.5 cm|
|外装質量||2.45 kg||340 g||1.12 kg||1.41 kg||1.29 kg|
イン/アウトプットを各10個、TRAKTOR SCRATCHタイムコード、TRAKTOR SCRATCHソフトウェアを搭載した柔軟なシステム。最大4台のターンテーブルに接続可能。TRAKTOR SCRATCH A10により、超正確なヴァイナルとCDコントロールを使用することで、4トラック・デッキ上のデジタル・ファイルをコントロールすることができます。受賞歴のあるデジタル・ヴァナル・システムで、かつてないほど簡単に使用でき、搭載されているTRAKTOR AUDIO 10により、信じられないほど多くの接続が可能です。
I have seen many a DJs use Serato and from what i have seen, Traktor has pretty much the same features (short cuts/hot keys) as serato. if you were to look at all the different videos and read all the different reviews about serato and traktor, you will find that they are both the same in one aspect or another. the only real difference is how much you (the consumer) is willing to spend.
for $299 from amazon for the A6 or $499 for the SL2/3 model...i'll pick the A6. and i'm glad i did!
product comes with sound card, pair of time coded cds, pair of time coded vinyl (MK2), serial for hardware and software, RCA cables (2 pair), power cable, and hot key map sheet.
The only bad thing I have to say about this product is that the USB port on the unit is weak and delicate. It broke on a used one that I purchased (not the one I bought new later). I can't rule out previous abuse, but it worked great for over year and showed no signs of damage or malfunction. Then all of a sudden, one day I went to pull out the cable from the unit and the cable completely ripped out the USB housing. Totally destroyed the USB port, rendering the item useless for DJing, which is what i need it for. I have since bought a replacement USB 2.0 port that I am going to solder in, I hope it works. I have since thrown away the cable that did the damage, even though I doubt the cable was broken or damaged.
My only advice is to be very careful when plugging in and unplugged a USB cable to this device. Don't wiggle it. Go straight in and out. I have heard of this happening to someone else too. Just be careful. I wish NI made a stronger USB housing for this product.
It's proven itself in several gigs, providing excellent audio output and reliability. Compared to the issues I experienced with my previous Connectiv inteface, this is worlds apart in terms of quality, build construction, and durability.
Anyhow, it runs like a champ on my Corei5 with 8 gigs of RAM, even with lots of other apps open. Latency is low and it's very responsive using two Akai Pro LPD8s as controllers for loops, cues and effects. Worth every penny.