The Stanton DIGIPAK PRO.V4 DJ Package is a plug-and-go professional DJ kit. The DIGIPAK features 2 C.324 performance CD players and the Stanton M.212 mixer in a durable flight case. The DIGIPAK PRO.V4... Click To Read More About This Product
The Stanton DIGIPAK PRO.V4 DJ Package is a plug-and-go professional DJ kit. The DIGIPAK features 2 C.324 performance CD players and the Stanton M.212 mixer in a durable flight case. The DIGIPAK PRO.V4 gives performing DJs everything they need to scratch, loop, trigger samples, engage effects, and mix CDs and MP3s on the fly.
C.234 Tabletop CD/MP3 Players
The Stanton C.324 is a tabletop CD and MP3 player that's a must-have for any true CD DJ. The C.324 packs all of the benefits of Stanton's best-selling C.314 with an abundance of upgraded features. This tabletop, slot-loading CD player is designed for MP3 DJs who want to scratch CDs like vinyl, and has everything necessary for high-quality performances. With special features such as MP3 playback with onboard file and folder browsing; onboard pattern and real-time sequencer for drum machine style performances; 7 onboard digital effects; and a sleek slot drive; they've taken everything about the C.324 to the next level.
Realtime Sample/Loop Sequencing
The C.324 has added realtime trigger pads that offer realtime sample/loop sequencing. This means that trigger patterns can now be recorded in real time and looped instantaneously. Drum patterns and loops can be manually resequenced and then looped to bring a completely new twist to live DJ remixing. This functionality is usually only achieved on drum machines. Using the C.324 sequences can be created in seconds compared to minutes using drum machines.
Beat synchronized samples and loops
The C.324 can record loops and samples, with the length determined by the Time setting. This new feature makes it easy to set up perfect seamless loops. The player also allows for the creation of beat-synchronized loops based off of the current song's BPM. This means that a perfectly timed seamless loop can be set on-the-fly with a press of one button. Once a beat-synchronized loop has been set, it can be trimmed or expanded in real time by beat increment. By trimming the beat, a one-bar loop can be turned into a 1/2-bar loop, 1/4-note, or 1/8-note. Smaller loops can be expanded in the same fashion.
Slot loading mechanism
The unit has a slot loading CD mechanism with LED for quick loading of CDs in low-light situations.
M.212 DJ Mixer
Newly optimized and DJ friendly, the M.212 is a durable but stylish 2-Channel mixer built for everyday performance. It has a high-quality crossfader designed to deliver long life and superior performance as well as an improved 2-way crossfader curve control for tighter scratching and better mix control. The M.212 has independent fader start for each channel and it works seamlessly with C.324 and other compatible CD payers and it's line inputs are compatible with iPods and other MP3 players. Other features include a 3-band EQ per channel with +9/-26 dB boost/cut, microphone input with separate gain and 2-band EQ, as well as
superbright LEDs for easy master output monitoring, cue pan and cue volume controls. It's also got two phono inputs for hooking up your turntables and a 1/4" input for connecting a mic or other compatible device.
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Great look Great effects but cd's get stuck stuck in the cd cd drive and doesnt eject mic input doesnt work either
I am a club dj in atlanta ga. I have used some great equipment. The money i spent on the digipak is by far my best investment. You are able to do many different things and th triggers are awesome. the system as a whole is durable and light weight making for a great mobile setup. Since purchasing this system i have done some private parties and even used at the club. when I used the system at the club party goers were amazed at the different tricks i was pulling off and the quality of the mix. so i you want a great system, that can be used with ease i highly reccomend the digipak.
I have had both the 314's and the 324's and the 314's worked great but every once in a while they would lock up and not play. Then I bought the 324's and had problem after problem. They would lock up, not read my Serato, the power cord is loose so if you shake the tables slightly they would shut off. They lasted for about 6 monthes and both are in the shop. The WORSE part is, it takes up to a month to repair and they can only be repaired in Florida. I worked major events with them but if you are a working DJ and your mind is set on buying these, buy two sets that way you have a back-up when they do malfunction.
i have used several cd players, and they all have their down side. as far as i can tell the digipak is off the hook. i bought the limited edition, not only does it look good it has a ton of features. it works for me. RJ, San Antonio, TX.