- Old-skool DJs who want to know if they will “get on” with digital and want a cheap way to find out.
- New DJs who aren’t sure if Dj’ing is for them so don’t want to spend a large amount of money at first.
- DJs with more expensive kit who are looking for a cheap unit to take with them to parties or events where they don’t want to take their full set-up for space, security or convenience reasons
- DJs wanting a budget controller they know they will be able to perform proper spinbacks on.
- DJs upgrading from an older budget controller (as even cheap units have moved on in leaps and bounds recently) and who already have a soundcard, and so don’t want to buy one of today’s more common controllers that already have a soundcard built-in.
- DJs wanting a digital DJ unit to make mix tapes, which they’ll never really use out of the house and so for whom build quality is not such a big thing.
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