Pioneer DDJ-T1  Dedicated Traktor Controller
This content is © 2017 The DJResource...Submitted by Lead Flag on 10-01-2011 @ 21:01

Pioneer DJ Product

Early 2011 Pioneer enters the Controllers market with two controllers, the Pioneer DDJ-T1 for Traktor is one of them (read this topic about the Pioneer DDJ-S1 controller for Serato Itch). Both controllers are shipped including the software they are designed to intergrate. The DDJT1 intergrates lots of the features and controls in the same way as Native Instrument's Traktor does and is the perfects solution if your using Traktor as mix platform on your computer or laptop.

Supplied with the DDJ-T1 controller is a special version from Native Instruments : Traktor DDJ-T1 edition, this special version unlocks lots of functionality that otherswise would be restricted for the Pro version of Traktor. Some of these features are: 4 Decks controls, 6 effects and Recording.

The Pioneer DDJ-T1 is basically a controller for the software that send it's signals as MIDI to the computer via USB. It has a build in sound card and Master outputs on the back (Stereo, balanced Phono Jack and RCA). It also has Line Input (Stereo RCA) with a Gain Trim on the backside which can be routed in Traktor to one of the channels. There is also a Headphones PFL output up front to connect your headphones to.

Pioneer DDJ-T1 Product Image
Specifications
Product Type
MIDI controller for Traktor Software
Jog Diameter
115 mm
Frequency Response
20Hz ~ 20kHz
Distortion
0.005 % (JEITA)
Inputs
1x Mic (Jack), 1x Line (RCA)
Outputs
1x (TRS Jack, balanced) and 1x (RCA)
 
1x Phono Jack
Power Supply
Power 220-240v, rated output 5 V DC
Dimensions
680 x 317.7 x 95.2mm ( WxDxH )
Net Weight
4.9 kg

 

Pioneer DDJ-T1 Rear/Backside View

 


 

This topic will be regularly updated and completed around 20th januari 2010

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Design for Laptop use

As there is a good chance that you will be operating Traktor from a laptop the design of the housing encounts for that. As the main body is well below the surface you can easily slide your laptop underneath the DDJ-T1 to hide the keyboards. The screen is then located right above the mixer controls, or near one of the side, whatever there is space for.


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Flagpieterb wrote on 18-01-2011 @ 18:35
word dit dan de toekomst?
FlagTH3llC wrote on 19-01-2011 @ 17:18
waarschijnlijk...

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