The DDJ-SR2 has dedicated key controls for Serato DJ Pro, allowing you to control the software features with the push of a button. This 2-channel controller takes after our professional DJ gear with multicoloured Performance Pads and a spacious layout. Being compact and 18% lighter than the DDJ-SR, the DDJ-SR2 is easy to transport to any gig.
A series of dedicated buttons were created to trigger the key-related functions in Serato DJ Pro. Switch between the Key Shift, Key Sync and Key Reset to play with keys without ever changing your tempo.
Use the large, multi-coloured tactile Performance Pads to trigger the Hot Cues, Roll and Sampler features. Hit the pads and watch their colours change as they indicate the selected pad mode and playing status.
Take this controller with you wherever you go thanks to the easy grab handles and lightweight design. For simple plug-and-play connectivity you can choose between USB or AC power.
Balanced XLR outputs let you connect to a professional PA system, while a booth and 2 master outs allow you to monitor your mixes. Or use the DDJ-SR2 as a mixer with multiplayers or turntables using the line and phono inputs.
It may be compact, but this controller features large, low-latency jog wheels to give you great scratch response and accuracy.
Get involved with plug-and-play control of Serato DJ with dedicated buttons for FX and advanced features such as Hot cue, Slip mode, Roll and Slicer. Simply connect your PC/Mac and start playing.
Use the DDJ-SR2 to control the channel faders and trims of external equipment such as turntables and media players. Additionally, you can also manipulate sound from external sources using the software’s EQs and FX when the controller is connected to a PC/Mac running Serato DJ Pro.
See the master out and channel levels at all times.
Needle search provides a touch strip for intuitive and fast searches. Jump to any part of a track with one touch.
The DDJ-SR2 is Serato DJ DVS ready. The Serato DJ DVS Expansion Pack allows you to scratch with CDJs or analogue turntables using Serato NoiseMap Control CD/vinyl.