RANE

Description

The RANE TWELVE MKII Motorized Battle-Ready DJ MIDI Controller is a powerful controller providing an uncompromisingly accurate, hands-on performance experience to digital DJ software, liberating DJs and turntablists from the pain of damaged tonearms or needles and eliminates unwanted audio feedback, bringing sub-bass back into their music. In addition to Serato DJ integration, the TWELVE MKII now adds TRAKTOR & Virtual DJ control, giving DJs a true vinyl-like experience to their chosen DJ platform. The MKII variant also adds USB control for track browse/selection and instant doubles, DVS Audio control, a new plunger style Start/Stop button, and an OLED Screen for BPM display and USB control status. Traditional performance familiarity meets the pinnacle in modern convenience, RANE TWELVE MKII Motorized Battle-Ready DJ MIDI Controller offers the ultimate in multi-platform legacy control.

True Vinyl-Like Performance
With no tonearm or damaged/skipping needles, the RANE TWELVE MKII gifts the Pro, Club, Scratch and Battle DJ with a zero-error, secure and solid performance environment underpinned with a black acrylic control disc and quick release adapter, customizable with any traditional vinyl record.

Precision Control
The TWELVE MKII’s twin-torque, 12" motorised platter gives 3,600 ticks of resolution, per single revolution. This brings precision music file playback with previously unrealised digital performance accuracy–customizable even further with a DJ’s own choice of slipmat/butter-rug.

Multi-Platform
The TWELVE MKII Motorized Battle-Ready DJ MIDI Controller provides USB MIDI and DVS control for Traktor, Virtual DJ and Serato DJs. Choose your platform and connect for the ultimate vinyl legacy experience in a digital world. Expand your control possibilities using USB MIDI, DVS Audio or a hybrid of both, all selected and controlled via the all-new OLED screen. Whatever your performance preference, TWELVE MKII guarantees to accommodate with ease.

Solid Steel Construction
The TWELVE MKII‘s all-metal body is built like a tank and has the precision control and no-latency response needed for the most demanding DJ performance. Simply put, the TWELVE MKII has the foundation feeling of a turntable, with all the creative advantages of the digital performance world.
Features
  • DVS/USB MIDI Control for Serato DJ Pro, TRAKTOR and Virtual DJ
  • OLED Screen, Control Selection and BPM display
  • Navigation control: Scroll/Load, Back and Instant Doubles
  • New plunger-style Start/Stop button
  • Full 12" motorized platter to control playback
  • Traditional, familiar turntable layout
  • OLED screen display (BPM Display/Control Status)
  • Dual Mode Strip: Track Search and 8 Hot Cue triggers
  • 5.0 kfcm high-torque motor with Hi/Low torque adjust for more traditional setups
  • 4 decks of control so you can use one, two or more
  • Extreme precision—3600 ticks of platter resolution for seamless performance
  • MIDI interface via USB that can be connected to the SEVENTY-TWO MKII or your computer
  • RCA output for DVS audio signals
  • 33-1/3 and 45 RPM platter speeds
  • 8/16/50% pitch with precise dual resolution slider
  • Top panel rotary and traditional Motor Off switch, allows traditional wind down effects
Specifications
Motor

  • Drive: Quartz direct-drive
  • Torque: High: 5.0kgf/cm (starting/instant); 3.4kgf/cm (stable), Low: 3.2kgf/cm (starting/instant); 1.4kgf/cm (stable)
  • Starting Time: < 0.4 seconds
  • Braking System: Electronic
Platter

  • Material: Aluminum die-cast
  • Diameter: 13.1”/332 mm
  • Weight: 4.9 lb./2.2g
Speeds
  • 33 1/3, 45 RPM
Pitch Range
  • +8%, +16%, +50%
Connectors
  • (1) USB Type-B port
  • (1) Stereo RCA output 
  • (1) IEC power cable input
Power
  • Connection: IEC
  • Voltage: 100–240V, 50/60Hz
  • Consumption: 60W
Dimensions 
  • (WXDXH):  
  • 14.5” x 16.2” x 5.3”, 368 x 413 x 90 mm
  • Weight:
  • 20.5 lb. 9.3 kg
Warranty
3 year warranty if product registered within 10 days of purchase; otherwise, 2 year warranty.
No warranty on faders and transformers.

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