The Pioneer DDJ-S1 DJ Controller for Serato allows for easy transfer of music from the user’s laptop with a USB connection for simplicity and quick plug-and-play capability with Serato ITCH DJ software. For additional convenience, the Pioneer DDJ-S1 also comes with a space saving computer dock that allows a laptop’s keyboard to slip directly under the controller, enabling its monitor to be closer to the DJ to provide fast visuals of song information while mixing. The DDJ-S1 adopts Pioneer's P-LOCK Fader Cap, designed to prevent the fader caps from slipping.
Pioneer DDJ-S1 DJ Controller for Serato Features
Plug-And-Play USB Connectivity with 2-Channel Deck Control
- Plug and play USB connectivity with 2-channel deck control
- Included Serato ITCH DJ software and added functionality
- Multiple input and output options
- Specially designed user interface
- Optimized controller for highest quality sound
- P-LOCK Fader Cap lock mechanism design
- Premier built-in sound card
- Mic inputs equipped with talk-over function
All buttons and knobs have been pre-assigned, so users can quickly connect the controller to their laptop with the use of a USB cable, enabling them to start their performances without having to adjust any complicated settings. Additionally, the Pioneer DDJ-S1 can be powered through the laptop's USB port.
Multiple Input and Output Options
The controller is equipped with various inputs and outputs including a balanced XLR output and 2 Microphone inputs (XLR, 1/4 inch PHONE) for connection to professional PA equipment.
Designed Specifically for Serato ITCH DJ
The DDJ-S1 controller offers tight integration with Serato ITCH DJ software and is loaded with original functionality. Unique features include song progression status on a LED display; an alphabetic search function for quick song selection from large music collections; and a slip mode for looping, reversing, and scratching without changing the song tempo. The Pioneer DDJ-S1 also includes needle search functionality to quickly skip through songs to a preferred playback point.