If you have plans of becoming a DJ but don’t have money to afford professional equipment, or if you simply need some DJ tools to do some mixes at home, Pioneer has announced the DDJ-WeGO2 DJ console that will be the successor of the DDJ-WeGO. Given Pioneer’s success in the DJ industry, especially with its higher-end offerings, we expect that the WeGO2 will have some standards as well. The WeGO2 is not the biggest DJ console around, but it will come with the necessary equipment and functions.
This includes a pair of jog-wheels, effects, a mixing console, and for DJs that are just starting out, it will also come with visual prompts via LEDs that will flash to the beat of the song. It will come with the Virtual DJ LE software and will connect to your PC or Mac via USB. It will also sport a little stand at the back that will allow you to prop up your iPhone or iPad and will also come with a Lightning cable that will allow it to connect to the console. Priced at $429, it is expect to be made available this October and if you’re wondering what you can expect, check it out in the video above.
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