NATIVE INSTRUMENTS TRAKTOR AUDIO 2 DJ Digital Mix Interfaces audio DJ
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TRAKTOR AUDIO 2 is the smallest USB DJ soundcard in the world, yet packs enough punch to rock the worlds biggest clubs. TRAKTOR AUDIO 2 provides the same technology as the acclaimed AUDIO 2 DJ, with an updated look for 2011. Two high-gain stereo outputs and an ultra-compact format provide all you need for spinning tracks from your computer, so prepare your sets and mixes on the plane or the train, and enjoy maximum flexibility when playing out. You can either output both channels individu...
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Pros: plug and play, LED controls, small, cheap, good quality. Can be used also with other programs - it behaves like standard audio card.
Cons: I'm not convinced about two potentiometers for each output - I hope it will not break over time (dust, etc.)
Also Brought this through Amazon from Juno, Very good and fast delivery, Thanks :)
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I am a semi-professional DJ and producer who's played out of state, and this thing has served me well on sound systems in excess of 100,000 watts. I also just purchased an Apogee Duet 2, and after doing some A/B testing I am hard-pressed to find a dramatic difference in the sound quality of the two units. Compared to the Duet 2, the Audio 2 DJ may be lacking a little high-end detail, slightly less meaty and a tiny bit muddier in the low frequencies, but I feel like it has nice midrange articulation. I think the overall sound stage separation and intelligibility is better in the Duet 2, as well as the dynamic range, but like I said... the differences definitely took some effort to pick out, and they are far from night and day. This could all just as well be in my head, just as all things audio are very subjective.
One thing I would disagree with is the other review I saw in here that says that it drives 600 ohm headphones easily. I have a pair of 600 ohm AKG 240DFs, similar to the other reviewer, and I don't think it has adequate juice to do them justice. 600 ohms is a hard load to drive for a unit that small. It's passable, but not great.
I have never had this thing fail on me, whether from poor audio/USB cable connections, or drivers. This thing has seen countless gigs, including a week at Burning Man, and it has yet to fail me. The volume knobs are starting to get a little staticky - that's probably just the dust from Burning Man that needs to be sprayed/cleaned out!
Overall I am very impressed with this thing, and you absolutely can NOT go wrong for the price!
Bear in mind that there are NO INPUTS on this unit. However, it's great for what I use it for (working in my studio mainly, creating music recordings, mastering, etc.
I have gotten it to play nice with one other audio interface, a Behringer UCA-202, that I use for inputs mainly.
Aggregate? Does not work. I don't need it, but if you do, it's not going to work.
Native Instruments has a habit of making very specific types of interfaces slated to do only the purpose intended, and not much else.
If you're looking for a 24-bit soundcard that takes up very little space, is flexible as heck and can go and go...this may work for you. If you are looking for an interface to do virtual vinyl, look elsewhere...if you need input and output, this won't help you much. But, for those who need something BASIC...this does work quite well, and I am keeping mine!