7 of the Best ‘Top-Tier’ DJ Controllers in 2021

best top-tier DJ controller 2021

Overview

As part of our ‘best DJ controller’ series, this buyer’s guide provides a simple overview of the 7 best top-tier DJ controllers in 2021 (pro range), along with everything you need to make a buying decision.

As the market leaders in this category, these are the 7 best professional DJ controllers on the market right now (laptop required). They’re all priced between $900-1,500 USD.

The idea of this post isn’t to give an exhaustive review of each DJ controller, necessarily, but instead to help you quickly identify the best options for your circumstances.

If you’re looking for a standalone unit that doesn’t require a laptop to operate it then check out this post.

Need some help before we get started? 

Depending on where you’re at as a DJ, you might want to consider checking out these two posts before we jump in:

Post #1: A quick introduction to DJ Controllers: This post is mostly for beginners …it explains everything you need to know before splashing out on a DJ controller.

Post #2: A quick introduction to DJ software: This post provides an overview of the 4 biggest players in the DJ software market right now. It’s worth a read if you’re new to digital DJing, or even just skimming over if you need a recap on the key players and what that means for you.

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Who are these professional DJ controllers for?

Assuming that you’re currently in the market for a DJ controller (or soon going to be), these controllers will be most applicable if you roughly fall into one of these 3 categories:

  1. You’re an experienced DJ that’s looking for a high-end DJ controller for their home or studio setup.
  2. You’re a mobile DJ that’s looking for a high-end controller for their gigs.
  3. You’re a passionate bedroom or hobbyist DJ that means business.

How to choose?

The seven units on this list are all high-end DJ controllers, all with more functionality than most DJs would ever realistically use in a typical DJ set or at a gig. Specs and connections-wise, they’re all designed for professional use.

Now we know that (and once you have an idea of which DJ software you’ll be using), what’s MOST important is that you consider their unique selling points, and what that means to YOU and your situation.

An important note before we get started

One common problem with some of these ‘best controller’ blogs you see online, is that they tend to date very quickly – mostly due to the rate at which new DJ controllers hit the market these days.

This post, however, is regularly updated by our team as things change, or appropriately when new controllers get released. So you can rest assured it’s as up-to-date as you’re going to get!

So then, here are the 7 best top-tier DJ controllers in 2021.


1: Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000 

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000 - arguably the best professional DJ controller with a laptop

Overview:

The DDJ-1000 is a high-end (or top-tier) DJ controller from Pioneer DJ. It’s designed to be used with their proprietary music management and DJ software, Rekordbox, which it comes with.

Released in 2018, the DDJ-1000 is part of Pioneer’s flagship series of Rekordbox DJ controllers which also includes the middle-market DDJ-800 and the DDJ-400 for beginners.

Power supply:

Powered by USB connection to your laptop, it has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. In other words, it’s ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac.

Slide show:

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000

Birds-eye view

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000 (top angle #1)

Top angle #1

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000 (top angle #2)

Top angle #2

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000 (rear view)

Rear view

Key features/specs:

  • 4-channel mixer, 4-deck within Rekordbox.
  • Layout designed to emulate Pioneer’s CDJ media players and DJM (mixer) club setup.
  • Full-sized mechanical jog wheels, identical to that found on Pioneer’s CDJ-2000NSX2 media players. Lowest latency jog wheels yet, with updated highly-durable Magvel cross-fader for professional scratching.
  • ‘Jog adjust’ knob to customize the jog wheel resistance, for preference and optimized scratching.
  • High-definition LCD screens built into centre of jog wheels (settings are customizable within Rekordbox to show preferred data).
  • 8 multi-colour rubber performance pads for each channel to trigger hot cues, Pad FX, Beat Jump, Sampler, Keyboard Mode, Beat Loop and Key Shift.
  • Built-in ‘Sound Colour’ and ‘Beat FX’ taken from Pioneer’s DJM (pro) club mixers.
  • Key Sync, Key Lock and Key Reset buttons positioned conveniently next to pitch faders.
  • External output to connect turntables or CDJs with standalone mode for use as a standalone mixer.
  • Two USB ports for seamless laptop changeovers, plus 2 Mic inputs.
  • Rekordbox DVS, upgrade-ready.
  • Size: Width 708mm x Depth 361mm x Height 73mm.
  • Weight: 6kg.

Key takeaways/conclusion:

In addition to having a 4-channel club mixer in the middle, the full-sized ‘CDJ-like’ mechanical jog wheels are a huge selling point! 

This unit is the closest thing you’re going to get to a pro/club setup in a DJ controller. Who should buy it? Whilst the DDJ-1000 would make perfect sense for bar & club DJs, it would also serve the needs of just about any DJ that’s looking for a professional setup in their bedroom or studio – or indeed for their mobile gigs.

As the DDJ-1000 is a ‘hardware unlock’ device (Pioneer’s terminology) …unless you choose to upgrade your plan at some stage, you won’t need to pay a monthly subscription for the software.

At around $1,300 USD, this unit really sells itself.

Approximate price:

Expect to pay between $1,200-$1,550 USD depending on your location.

Need more help deciding?

Watch Pioneer’s intro video or check out this full video review. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Here are some handy buy links based on a few different locations:


2: Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT - professional DJ controller

Overview:

With regards to hardware specs, the DDJ-1000SRT is essentially the same controller as the DDJ-1000 we’ve just covered…

The key difference being: the SRT works exclusively with Serato DJ Pro rather than Pioneer’s Rekordbox. It was released to market in 2019.

Power supply:

Powered by USB-connection to your laptop, it has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. Same as the DDJ-1000, it’s ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac.

Slide show:

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT (birds-eye view)

Birds-eye view

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT (front angle #1)

Front angle #1

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT (front angle #2)

Front angle #2

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT (rear view)

Rear view

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT (laptop setup)

Laptop setup

Key features/specs:

  • 4-channel mixer, 4-deck within Serato DJ Pro.
  • Layout designed to emulate Pioneer’s CDJ media players and DJM (mixer) club setup.
  • Full-sized mechanical jog wheels, identical to that found on Pioneer’s CDJ-2000NSX2 media players. Lowest latency jog wheels yet, with updated highly-durable Magvel cross-fader for professional scratching.
  • ‘Jog adjust’ knob to customize the jog wheel resistance, for preference and optimized scratching.
  • High-definition LCD screens built into centre of jog wheels (doesn’t include track waveforms and album art like the DDJ-1000).
  • 8 multi-colour rubber performance pads for each channel to trigger hot cues, Roll, Slicer, Sampler, Cue Loop, Slicer Loop and Pitch Play.
  • Built-in ‘Sound Colour’ and ‘Beat FX’ taken from Pioneer’s DJM club mixers.
  • Key Sync, Key Lock and Key Reset buttons positioned conveniently next to pitch faders.
  • External output to connect turntables or CDJs with standalone mode for use as a standalone mixer.
  • Two USB ports for seamless laptop changeovers, plus 2 Mic inputs.
  • Serato DVS, upgrade-ready.
  • Size: Width 708mm x Depth 361mm x Height 73mm.
  • Weight: 6kg.

Key takeaways/conclusion:

Same as the DDJ-1000 that we’ve just covered – the full-size ‘CDJ-like’ mechanical jog wheels are a major selling point with the DDJ-1000SRT. This unit is the closest thing you’re going to get to a CDJ-2000NSX2 club setup in a DJ controller if you use Serato!

Features & specs-wise, the only difference between the SRT and DDJ-1000 is that the LCD screens on the SRT (in the centre of each jog wheel) don’t show the waveforms or album art as they do on the DDJ-1000. However, they still show all essential data such as BPM, time elapsed, and time remaining, etc, so it shouldn’t be a deal breaker!

If you’re planning on moving over from another Serato controller, it’s also worth mentioning that the usual Serato FX that you’d typically find on other Serato controllers are not present on the unit itself …meaning you can only access them in the software.

Approximate price:

The SRT is slightly more expensive than the DDJ-1000. Depending where you’re located, expect to pay upwards of $1,300 USD.

Need more help deciding?

Watch the first look with Serato, or check out this full video review. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Here are some handy buy links based on a few different locations:


3: Rane One

Rane One - professional DJ controller

Overview:

Released in January 2021, the most recent to hit the market on this list is the Rane Onea two-channel motorized DJ Controller from Rane that’s designed to work with Serato.

With its motorized platters, it’s the closest thing you’ll get to a turntable experience in a DJ controller. Whilst it comes bundled with Serato DJ Pro, the Rane One also offers ‘plug-and-play’ compatibility with Virtual DJ and djay PRO.

Power supply:

Powered by USB-connection to your laptop, the Rane One has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. It’s ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac.

Slide show:

Rane One (birds-eye view)

Birds-eye view

Rane One (front angle)

Front angle

Rane One (front view)

Front view

Rane One (rear view)

Rear view

Rane One (side view)

Side view

Key features/specs:

  • 2-channel mixer; unit works with Serato DJ Pro (which it comes with), Virtual DJ, and djay PRO.
  • Rugged metal construction/excellent build quality.
  • 7-inch motorized platters provide an authentic turntable experience; the direct-drive motors have plenty of torque for scratching/beat juggling (includes low/high mode).
  • Battle-style mixer with ‘paddle’ FX switches in the centre – includes 3-band total-kill EQ & gain control + low/high pass filter controls.
  • Removable/replaceable vinyl on the top of platters with a slip matt underneath.
  • Start/stop button for each deck just like you’d get on a turntable. Also has a ‘cue’ button if you’d prefer.
  • Dedicated reverse switches and slip mode on each deck.
  • Flagship MAG FOUR tension adjustable crossfader w/contour controls.
  • ‘Pitch bend’ buttons on each deck (an alternative to nudging the platters to sync the incoming track).
  • 8 x RGB performance pads on each deck with modes including hot cue, pitch play, saved loop, loop roll, sampler and slicer – with dedicated loop controls next to the performance pads.
  • Track search bar at the top of each deck with LED markers.
  • All pro connections you’d expect in this price bracket: 2 x Mic inputs with dedicated low/high EQs, 3 stereo outputs, and 2 x USB ports for seamless DJ changeovers.
  • External output to connect turntables or CDJs; unit also operates as a basic standalone mixer without a connected laptop.
  • Feet on the bottom to raise the unit – similar to a classic turntable.
  • Supports DVS within Serato DJ Pro.
  • Size: Width 674mm x Depth 345mm x Height 124.3mm.
  • Weight: 10.68kg.

Key takeaways/conclusion:

As well as undoubtedly being the best option on the market for any budding scratch/battle DJ out there, the Rane One is also the best option for anyone who loves the authentic feel of mixing vinyl (it isn’t just for scratch DJs)!

Before the Rane One was released, you’d need to pick up a Numark NS7iii (released back in 2015) if you wanted any kind of motorized platters, together with that authentic vinyl-feel in a DJ controller. With this release, there’s no doubt that Rane has recreated a much more modernized and even more authentic turntable feel compared to the Numark.

Priced at approximately $1,500 USD, the Rane One is the most expensive controller in this category, although Rane have a spotless reputation for producing the highest-quality DJ gear for professional use, and there’s no other controller like this on the market.

The layout will be familiar for Serato DJs for those of you planning on switching or upgrading from another Serato controller, and, it’s worth a mention that you’d typically get 4 channel mixers in this price bracket if that bothers you.

This thing is built like a tank, and we have no doubt it’s worth the investment!

Approximate price:

$1,500 USD when it came out.

Need more help deciding?

Watch Rane’s intro/promo video or check out this video review from DJ City. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Either search for a local retailer/distributor or check out these links below.


4: Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3

Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3 - Professional DJ controller

Overview:

The Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3 is the flagship 4-channel professional DJ controller from Native Instruments. Released in late 2018, it’s designed for intermediate-level and pro DJ/producers, integrating tightly with their Traktor Pro DJ software that it comes with.

Power supply:

Powered by USB-connection to your laptop, the S4 has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. Like the others on this list, it’s ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac.

Slide show:

Traktor Kontrol S4 (birds-eye view)

Birds-eye view

Traktor Kontrol S4 (angle #1))

Angle #1

Traktor Kontrol S4 (angle #2)

Angle #2

Traktor Kontrol S4 (angle #3)

Angle #3

Traktor Kontrol S4 (angle #4)

Angle #4

Traktor Kontrol S4 (front view)

Front view

Traktor Kontrol S4 (rear view)

Rear view

Key features/specs:

  • 4-channel mixer, 4-deck controller within Traktor Pro.
  • Compatible with Traktor Pro; software can be used offline once installed.
  • High-res silicone-damped, motorized Haptic Drive jog wheels with rubber-coated outer rim.
  • RGB light rings around each jog wheel deliver quick, responsive tempo and nudging visualization on each deck.
  • Three jog wheel modes including Vinyl Mode, Jog Mode and Beatgrid Mode.
  • Two high-resolution colour displays showing track, key, tempo, looping, hotcue, and waveform information.
  • Simplified FX selectors; includes intuitive Deck FX and Mixer FX, with eight club-grade effects, three filters and more.
  • 8 multi-function performance pads on each channel for Hot Cues, Loops, Samples, Sequencing and Stems.
  • Key Lock (‘master’ button) is conveniently placed above the tempo fader to automatically lock the key, making mixing harmonically easier than ever.
  • External output to easily connect turntables, CDJs, drum machines, synths and other instruments.
  • Size: Width 542mm x Depth 339mm x Height 60.5mm.
  • Weight: 4.3kg.

Conclusion:

Due to their live-remixing and performance capabilities when integrated with the software, Traktor controllers are still a widely popular choice amongst DJ/producers of electronic music; popular for its ‘remix decks’ and ‘stems’ functionality.

Same as the S2 in the beginner range, the S4 MK3 has a nice solid build quality about it, and it’s also a very user-friendly unit for Traktor. Also, the motorized jog wheels have ‘haptic feedback’ technology, which gives the user a reactive ‘jolt’ when they pass a loop or a cue point.

Regardless of the fact that Traktor has seen a gradual decline in market share in recent years, this unit is still the pick for the more serious DJ/producer that either currently uses or is considering using Traktor Pro. And it’s also a good bit cheaper than Pioneer’s leading contenders in this category!

Approximate price:

Depending on where you’re located expect to pay anywhere between $800-$1,250 USD.

Need more help deciding?

Watch Traktor’s intro/promo video or check out this video review. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Here are some handy buy links based on a few different locations:


5: Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 - Professional DJ Controller

Overview:

Targeted at the mobile DJ market, the DDJ-SX3 is a top-tier 4-channel controller from Pioneer DJ (the latest model in the ‘SX’ series, released in 2018). It’s designed for use with Serato and comes with Serato DJ Pro as standard.

Power supply:

Powered by USB-connection to your laptop, the SX3 has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. It’s ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac!

Product slide show:

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 (birds-eye view)

Birds-eye view

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 (front angle)

Front angle

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 (front view)

Front view

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 (rear view)

Rear view

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SX3 (side view)

Side view

Key features/specs:

  • 4-channel mixer, 4-deck controller with Serato DJ Pro.
  • Comes with Serato DJ expansion pack; includes Serato Flip, Pitch ‘N Time, plus FX packs.
  • Large aluminium low-latency jog wheels with adjustable torque (optimized for scratching).
  • 8 multi-colour performance pads for each channel for Hot cue, Roll, Slicer, and samples.
  • Touch strip needle search above each jog wheel to quickly search through a track.
  • Dedicated key Lock button; making harmonic mixing easier than ever.
  • External output to connect turntables or CDJs; unit can be used as a standalone mixer.
  • Collaborate with MCs, rappers or singers with 3 different Mic inputs, with separate EQs for each one.
  • Enhance vocals with Sound Colour FX and Serato DJ Pro FX.
  • Two USB ports for seamless laptop changeovers.
  • Serato DJ DVS, upgrade-ready.
  • Size: Width 664mm x Depth 354.4mm x Height 70.4mm.
  • Weight: 6.1kg.

Conclusion:

Having 3 different Mic inputs with their own EQing and effects is a great selling point, and would come in very handy for some mobile/event DJs. Clearly aimed at the gigging professional that uses/prefers Serato, the SX3 does exactly what it says on the tin. At around $1,100, what’s not to like!

Approximate price:

Expect to pay somewhere between $1,000 – $1,350 USD.

Need more help deciding?

Watch Pioneer’s intro/promo video or check out this video review. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Here are some handy buy links based on a few different locations:


6: Denon DJ MC7000

Denon DJ MC7000 - Professional DJ Controller

Overview:

Targeted at the mobile DJ market, the MC-7000 is a professional DJ controller from Denon DJ – released back in Sep 2016. It integrates tightly with Serato DJ Pro which it comes with in the box.

Power supply:

Powered by USB-connection to your laptop, the MC-7000 has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. It’s also ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac.

Slide show:

Denon DJ MC7000 (birds-eye view)

Birds-eye view

Denon DJ MC7000 (top angle)

Top angle

Denon DJ MC7000 (rear view)

Rear view

Key features/specs:

  • 4-channel mixer, 4-deck controller with Serato DJ Pro.
  • Comes with Serato DJ expansion pack; includes Serato Flip, Pitch ‘N Time and Serato Video.
  • Solid 6-inch touch-capacitive jog wheels with dual-mode tracking LED, perfect for scratching.
  • Replaceable crossfader with adjustable fader curves.
  • 8 multi-colour performance pads for each channel for Hot cue, Roll, Slicer, and samples.
  • Syncs with ‘Ableton Link’ within Serato for dual-performance capabilities (two people on two different laptops at the same time).
  • Touch strip needle search above each jog wheel to quickly search through a track.
  • Dedicated Key Sync controls, making harmonic mixing easier than ever.
  • External output to connect turntables or CDJs; can be used as a standalone mixer.
  • Two USB ports for seamless DJ/laptop changeovers (using their preferred software).
  • Serato DJ DVS, upgrade-ready.
  • Size: Width 664mm x Depth 378mm x Height 68mm.
  • Weight: 7kg.

Key takeaways/conclusion:

The MC7000 is fairly similar (specs-wise and with regards to target market) to the DDJ-SX3 we’ve just covered – and it’s a tiny bit cheaper. It’s got an excellent build quality, with lots of pro connectivity options for mobile DJs, plus a Serato video expansion pack. If you don’t necessarily have a thing for Pioneer’s hardware, you definitely wouldn’t be disappointed with this solid piece of kit from Denon!

Approximate price:

Expect to pay somewhere between $1,000-$1,200 USD.

Need more help deciding?

Watch Denon’s intro/promo video or check out this short tutorial video. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Here are some handy buy links based on a few different locations:


7: Roland DJ-808

Roland DJ-808 - Professional DJ controller

Overview:

Released in 2016, the DJ-808 is Roland’s flagship professional DJ controller that’s targeted at electronic music DJ/producers and musicians. It works with Serato DJ Pro, which it comes with.

Power supply:

Powered by USB-connection to your laptop, the DJ-808 has a built-in 24-bit soundcard so you can directly plug in headphones, microphones, and speakers. It’s ready to go out-of-the-box for PC or Mac.

Product Slide show:

Roland DJ-808 (birds-eye view)

Birds-eye view

Roland DJ-808 (top angle #1)

Top angle #1

Roland DJ-808 (top angle #2)

Top angle #2

Roland DJ-808 (top angle #3)

Top angle #3

Roland DJ-808 (front view)

Front view

Roland DJ-808 (rear view)

Rear view

Key features/specs:

  • 4-channel mixer, 4-deck controller with Serato DJ Pro.
  • Includes Serato Pitch ‘N Time; unlocks key shift and key sync.
  • Large ultra-low-latency jog wheels with integrated displays, optimized for scratching.
  • Built-in drum machine, includes samples from Roland’s classic TR-606, TR707, TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines models as popularized in the 80s with acid house.
  • Classic 16-step sequencer that can trigger either TR drum sounds or the Serato Sampler; includes nudge (TR-S), step-roll, and instrument/sample mute.
  • 4 high-quality integrated Channel FX conveniently above each jog wheel.
  • 8 multi-function RGB colour performance pads for each channel with Hot Cue, Roll, Slicer, TR, Pitch Play and Sampler modes.
  • Built-in VT Voice Transformer with Pitch, Formant, Ducking and Serato key matching.
  • External output to connect turntables, CDJs, or other instruments; can be used as a standalone mixer.
  • Serato DJ DVS, upgrade-ready.
  • Size: Width 668mm x Depth 427mm x Height 84mm.
  • Weight: 6.8kg.

Key takeaways/conclusion:

It comes with a professional onboard sequencer and voice transformer – plus the inclusion of the classic drum machine samples from the acid house-era is another great selling point! The 808 has a fully kitted-out Serato workflow, and is (perhaps) best suited to a music producer or musician that wants to get into DJing.

This is much more than just another ”performance-friendly” DJ controller, rather, it’s a complete instrument for the right DJ/producer with a passion for electronic music.

Approximate price:

Expect to pay between $1,000-$1,200 USD depending on your location.

Need more help deciding?

Watch Roland’s intro/promo video or check out this video review. Also visit the manufacturer’s product page.

Where to buy?

Here are some handy buy links based on a few different locations:


8?? Roland DJ-707M

Roland DJ-707M - Professional DJ controller

We decided not to include the Roland DJ-707M in our top 7 – although there’s no doubt this would be another great choice for mobile & event DJs!

Coming in at less than a grand (USD), it’s a 4-channel DJ controller that works with Serato DJ Pro.

If you’re interested in learning more you can visit the website, or buy it on Amazon.com.


Frequently asked questions

What is the best DJ controller?

The best DJ controller (if we define that as a DJ system that requires a laptop to operate it) would arguably be the DDJ-1000 from Pioneer DJ. Other DJ controllers that would challenge this include Traktor’s Kontrol S4 MK3, Roland’s DJ-808 and the Rane One to name a few.

What's the best Pioneer DJ controller?

The best DJ controller from Pioneer DJ (if we define that as a DJ system that requires a laptop to operate it) is the DDJ-1000. There’s also the DDJ-1000SRT, which is basically the same unit as the DDJ-1000, although it works with Serato DJ Pro DJ software rather than Pioneer’s Rekordbox.


Other ‘best DJ contoller’ posts:


We do our best: Although we’re very confident we’ve selected market-leading products based on their budget ranges (ie the best professional DJ controllers on the market), we’re still only human. Our suggestions & opinions may not necessarily reflect the best thing for your situation, so please feel free to do your own research if there’s anything you’re unsure about!

Also, many thanks to Jamie from We Are Crossfader, Mojaxx from DJ City UK, and Phil from Digital DJ Tips for the awesome product review videos we linked to in this post!

Affiliate Disclosure: To help fund our operation, some of the links in this post are affiliate links, which means if you choose to make a purchase we’ll make a small commission from it. It’s important to mention that this commission NEVER comes at an additional cost to you. Ever!


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