My review of the Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 controller for Serato DJ Pro… Worth upgrading??

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If you are serious about mobile DJing and a Serato DJ Pro user, this controller should grab your attention. 4 channels, hardware mixer, 3 mic inputs, hardware effects on the mixer, DVS compatible… I do a detailed review so you know if it’s any good for you! #pioneerdj #seratodjpro

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18 thoughts on “My review of the Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 controller for Serato DJ Pro… Worth upgrading??

  1. Pretty cool controller, I upgraded from the first DDJ-SR & this works fine, Just that last weekend I found the cross fader leaked a bit but now seems to be fine (no im not a turntable junkie i dont really scratch) .. not sure what caused that.

  2. According to Pioneer the cross-fader on the SX3 is irreplaceable. Is that a good thing? What happens when the cross-fader malfunctions?

  3. What program are you running? Im having the hardest time with dj pro. It keeps freezing on me when i start to mix, getting very pissed off with it…

  4. What program are you running? Im having the hardest time with dj pro. It keeps freezing on me when i start to mix, getting very pissed off with it…

  5. Are the fx on this unit post-CROSSfader or just post channel-fader? If you don’t know what or why I am asking you’re not a good enough DJ to be doing reviews. The fact you didn’t mention it already has me thinking about disliking & not subscribing..

  6. Had it freeze on me multiple times. I was on the original firmware, Just updated the firmware recently, so far so good. Will update if issues continue…

  7. Hard to mix with the vertical faders as the sliders seem to lack range and are bit sensitive. The effects are terrible and you have less control than you would have with a standard DJM mixer. Wouldn’t recommend for some looking to DJ professionallly, but good for basic use or for someone who is a beginner.

  8. Workaround for sound color fx being too loud is to use channels 3/4 for the effect with volume fader at 50-60%

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