If you’re looking for a professional DVS system at an affordable price, look no further than Denon DJ’s new DS1 interface.
Unveiled at the Winter NAMM exhibition in January, the DS1 is finally making its way down under. The system is integrated for use with Serato, and it is the first time that the DJ software giants have collaborated with anyone other than Rane for a hardware interface, making it a landmark device. However, the DS1 stands above the Rane SL2 in terms of audio quality, spitting out 24-bit/96kHz audio, whereas the SL2 caps out at 48kHz. This interface allows DJs and turntablists alike to feel the touch of vinyl under their fingers, but have the ease of use and versatility of a digital library. The super compact design allows for portability, meaning that it can be taken to any gig, party or club with ease. The DS1 comes bundled with Serato DJ software, two Serato NoiseMap control tone vinyl records and two CDs for use with a CDJ.
For more information, visit www.denondj.com.