WNAMM07: New Behringer DJ Software Controller

Behringer introduces the B-Control DJ BCD3000      18/01/07

WNAMM07: New Behringer DJ Software Controller


Behringer have unveiled the B-CONTROL DJ BCD3000 software controller. Building on the strengths of its predecessor, the BCD2000, Behringer say that the next generation BCD3000 DJ machine has been given a new look, its controls have been enhanced and it is now compatible with all major computer platforms.
Main Features
  • Play, mix and scratch MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, WAV and AIFF files with vinyl feeling
  • Native Instruments TRAKTOR 3 LE DJ software with iTunes import, Beatport music store integration, as well as podcasting and recording software included
  • Powerful 4-channel USB audio interface with 24-bit converters and ultra-low latency operation under Windows XP and Mac OS X operating systems
  • DJ setup in a single box: dual player, mixer, effects, 2 phono preamps plus a full-fledged monitor section
  • Two versatile jog wheels to control typical DJ functions like scratching, pitch bending and cue searching
  • Total performance control through 3-band kill EQ, loop buttons, pitch and level faders per channel plus an ultra-smooth crossfader.
  • Two internal phono preamps to mix vinyl records with MP3 files or run as a digital DJ mixer with full effects control.
  • Internal microphone preamp with dedicated Level and EQ controls for MC performances or DJ’s talkover.
Pricing and Availability:
$299.99 USD More information:



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