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Introducing the Rane TTM57mkII for Serato DJ

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Shaun Whitcher 1:04:34 - 22 January 2015

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djtesskoi 2:25:46 - 22 January 2015

Hello , when it will be available ?? it will also work with scratch live or only serato dj ?  and my last question, how much ?

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DJ Core 4:29:05 - 22 January 2015

I’m i hearing wrong $2100 for the MKII???? doesn’t make sense…62 offers more for $1700-1800 New…$1400-1500 would have made sense and crazy sales…i don’t get it

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DJ Dynamight 5:39:22 - 22 January 2015

Will there be rack ears for the TTM57mkII?

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Shaun Whitcher 9:07:20 - 22 January 2015

djtesskoi - 22 January 2015 02:25 PM

Hello , when it will be available ?? it will also work with scratch live or only serato dj ?  and my last question, how much ?

Available in March and only compatible with Serato DJ. MAP price of $1750

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Shaun Whitcher 9:09:33 - 22 January 2015

DJ Core - 22 January 2015 04:29 PM

I’m i hearing wrong $2100 for the MKII???? doesn’t make sense…62 offers more for $1700-1800 New…$1400-1500 would have made sense and crazy sales…i don’t get it

MSRP isn’t the sale price…ever. The MAP (minimum advertised price) is $1750.

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Shaun Whitcher 9:10:08 - 22 January 2015

DJ Dynamight - 22 January 2015 05:39 PM

Will there be rack ears for the TTM57mkII?

Good question. Probably

DJ Dynamight

DJ Dynamight 10:26:39 - 22 January 2015

Shaun Whitcher - 22 January 2015 09:10 PM
DJ Dynamight - 22 January 2015 05:39 PM

Will there be rack ears for the TTM57mkII?

Good question. Probably

Okay. Thanks, Shaun!

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djtesskoi 1:34:29 - 23 January 2015

Ok, thank you for the information shaun :)

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djmatrok 2:09:08 - 23 January 2015

Hey Shaun,


I will be buying a new mixer this year, but now it’s between the TTM57mk2 and the 62.
A few questions for you:

1.  What is MAP for the 62?
2. What are the differences between this and 62?  (I still own my original ttm57 and have only used the 62 a couple times)
3. What’s your personal preference?

Thanks,

DJ Matrok

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Rafael M. 11:54:57 - 26 January 2015

Shaun Whitcher - 22 January 2015 09:10 PM
DJ Dynamight - 22 January 2015 05:39 PM

Will there be rack ears for the TTM57mkII?

Good question. Probably

The Rack Ears/Battle Bridge that fits the 62 and 64 will fit on the TTM57mkII. You can purchase them here: http://www.rane.com/ranestore.html

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Rafael M. 12:31:52 - 26 January 2015

djmatrok - 23 January 2015 02:09 PM

Hey Shaun,


I will be buying a new mixer this year, but now it’s between the TTM57mk2 and the 62.
A few questions for you:

1.  What is MAP for the 62?
2. What are the differences between this and 62?  (I still own my original ttm57 and have only used the 62 a couple times)
3. What’s your personal preference?

Thanks,

DJ Matrok

1. The MAP for the Rane 62 is $1,999.00. The MAP for the TTM57mkII is $1,750.00.

2. The 62 has 5 Midi Layers pr channel for Midi Mapping. The 62 works with Scratch Live. The 62 has Manual Loop controls. The 62 has 6 built in FX. The 62 has Drop Echo. The 57mkII works with Serato DJ. It does not have Midi Layers (this may change not sure). The 57mkII uses the Serato DJ FX. The 57MmkII has a Footswitch & Joystick controls + EQ Kills. The TTM57MKII has the USB Ports above the XLRs (in the back of the mixer). The 57mkII has Silicone buttons that are RGB Back-lit to match the colors of your Cues in Serato DJ. 

3. Personally, I love both mixers. I used the 57 for many years, I’ve been using the 62 for a few years as well. I am already transitioned into Serato DJ, so I will be moving onto using the 57mkII. Im excited to have the Footswitch and Joystick controls back. I never used the Serato DJ FX with the 62 because it does not has intuitive controls for it. Both mixers are a great choice, I will be using the 57mkII going forward because it is more intuitive when using Serato DJ IMO.

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bradips 5:01:54 - 27 January 2015

Are The joystick function customizable?
i can’t find this info.
Thanks

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djmatrok 11:13:05 - 27 January 2015

Thanks for the info Rafael!

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Rafael M. 11:40:11 - 27 January 2015

bradips - 27 January 2015 05:01 AM

Are The joystick function customizable?
i can’t find this info.
Thanks

The original TTM57SL had a Control Panel that allowed you to change the function of the Joyticks. The new TTM57mkII doesnt have a Panel (this may change in the future). So for the initial launch/first version of Firmware - you will not be able to change the Joystick Controls on the TTM57mkII. Currently the Joysticks have Instant Double, Censor, Slip On/Off and Internal Mode. Press the Joystick to change it to Transform.

Just curious, what would you like the Joysticks to do for you? 

 

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bradips 11:55:41 - 27 January 2015

Rafael M. - 27 January 2015 11:40 AM

The original TTM57SL had a Control Panel that allowed you to change the function of the Joyticks. The new TTM57mkII doesnt have a Panel (this may change in the future). So for the initial launch/first version of Firmware - you will not be able to change the Joystick Controls on the TTM57mkII. Currently the Joysticks have Instant Double, Censor, Slip On/Off and Internal Mode. Press the Joystick to change it to Transform.

Just curious, what would you like the Joysticks to do for you? 

I have the first 57.
My instant double controls on the joystick are inverted in comparison to the new settings, and i also use the joystick for putting the track at the beginning when i do juggling or mixing.
These are movement that i do automatically whitout even thinking about it.
I REALLY need to change my mixer but i use joystick too much for thinking about the 62.
The new 57 is perfect and i will buy it for sure, hoping for this firmware update or midi map eneabling.

Thanks for the answer!

 

 

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