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Stanton DJC.4

Stanton’s new DJC.4 is a DJ controller with audio interface bundled with an enhanced 4-deck version of Virtual DJ LE. The DJC.4 allows users to scratch and mix 4 decks of audio, as well as control video. The integrated 4-channel audio interface allows users to integrate analog turntables or CD decks into their performance, and the large touch sensitive jog wheels make for extremely tight scratch and pitch bend control. Plug in and Go

DJC.4's setup couldn't be simpler. Plug in the included USB cable, start up Virtual DJ LE and go. The one-to-one mapping makes a solution that is plug and play, out of the box with no guesswork. The high-resolution jog wheels and pitch faders provide tight control over even the finest performance tweaks, and the rugged steel chassis, long-lasting faders and chassis-nutted pots are made to handle years of use. Future functionality can also be added with ease due to the included shift functionality on all buttons and encoders. 4 Deck Control

The DJC.4 includes 4-deck control functionality for control over 4 software decks at once. The included browse control section is capable of loading tracks to any one of the 4 decks, and intuitively labeled shift layers allow for direct access to filter, key and other advanced control.

  • 4 channel (Dual-Stereo) 16bit/48kHz audio interface allowing comprehensive connection to your sound system
  • Included Virtual DJ LE software allows for 4-deck control, video mixing, effects, with plug and play functionality
  • 2 or 4 channel control with deck shift functionality and browser loading, giving direct access to the controls you need fast
  • Long-life replaceable Cross fader with hardware fader curve knob allowing your custom cutting preference to be dialed in
  • Rugged metal chassis, designed to withstand years of use in the most rigorous environments
  • 95 assignable MIDI controllers (63 buttons, 5 faders, 12 push encoders, 22 control dials, 2 touch-sensitive jog wheels) & shift function
DJC.4 Tech Specifications Mixer
  • Analog inputs for turntables or CD players, with direct pass-through to software for DVS control
  • Each channel can be assigned to either 2 MIDI decks (A/C, B/D) or an analog input via toggle switch
  • User replaceable 100K cycle 45mm cross fader with adjustable curve
  • 3-band EQ control w/ complete KILL plus gain per channel
  • VU meter LED for level monitoring
  • 1-Balanced (1/4" TRS) Microphone Input w/ volume control
  • 2 touch-sensitive platters with adjustable sensitivity
  • Two long, high-resolution pitch faders for precise matching
  • Two pitch bend buttons
  • Extensive loop & sample section includes 4 large CUE/LOOP trigger buttons on 2 banks
  • Full effect control with 4 encoders and buttons for instant control


  • Master Out: 1-pair TRS (1/4" Balanced), 1-pair RCA (unbalanced)
  • Headphone Out: 1-TRS (1/4" Stereo Balanced) 1-Mini Jack (1/8" Stereo Balanced)
  • Input 1: 1-pair RCA (unbalanced) - phono/line switchable
  • Input 2: 1-pair RCA (unbalanced) - phono/line switchable
  • Aux Input: 1- 1/8" Stereo Balanced
  • Mic: 1-TRS (1/4" Balanced)
  • USB: Type B
  • Power: 6V / 1.5A DC Input
  • Dimensions: 65 x 410 x 297 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: 2.92 kg
  • Includes Virtual DJ LE 4-Deck Edition CD with license, and discounted Virtual DJ Pro Upgrade
  • Custom Skin (GUI) that matches one to one with the controller
Stanton SCS.4DJ Reviews

“Check out Stanton's DJC.4 and you might think you're dreaming. A two-channel, four-deck DJ controller, teaming with brightly lit buttons, functions and features, bundled with the Virtual DJ LE software, all for £299?”

“After booting it up and watching the wealth of buttons ripple with a lightshow, you're hit with how much you have to play with. A quick count clocks up 95 assignable MIDI controllers - and then you can double functionality by activating the shift buttons.”

“Some might say it could baffle the entry-level consumer. It certainly did with us, and this writer has 20 years in the game. Still, you normally find that once you've bought something like this you're going to master it pretty soon. Time will tell.”

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“If you’re looking for a new intro controller, or a solid backup to your expensive gear, this is just awesome. At this price there is nothing else that offers this much control”

“Overall, I am struck by just how much is going on in this small unit. 4 channels, loops, cues, samples, effects and video is a lot of features for something as cost effective as it is. It does everything pretty well within the confines of Virtual DJ LE’s spec list, but has a huge amount of scope for the more adventurous mappers out there too. ”

“For DJs wanting to get into controllers without dropping wads of cash, the Stanton DJC.4 is a great way into this area of DJing, and for me is an ideal backup machine for those who need something in a hurry should their main gear break down. Recommended. ”

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“If you’re looking for a well-built DJ controller to use with Virtual DJ software, that isn’t overly large, yet manages to pack in pretty much all the features a digital DJ would want for either home or public use, you’ll be interested in the new Stanton DJC.4.”

“Well built, capable, nicely sized, flexible, and adaptable to pretty much all needs…”

“Great little controller for Virtual DJ users; ”

“If you are currently just dabbling with Virtual DJ and think it is going to be the software for you, again, consider this controller; ”

“Indeed, if you use other software and are looking for a small controller that won’t break the bank either as a backup this is more than capable, especially with the shift layer effectively doubling up all the Midi controls. ”

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