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Does PLX-500 support DVS?

Quite simple. I am new to this DVS and I have heard that Rekordbox support it but I need to be sure before I make any purchase, 

I have a Rekordbox license.

Fredrik Redegård

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And I don't need any box or something like that (I am serato damaged)

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Awesome, thanks for the info and fast reply!

 

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@Fredrik > Just to make it 100% clear; the DVS-capable mixer or controller (as @Mark linked) acts as the "box" - that's the interface taking the timecode signal from the vinyl on the PLX-500 and sends it to the software, which then translates the movement and speed of the timecode, and outputs the audio back to that mixer or controller. The PLX-500 itself doesn't support anything other than playing a record and sending that signal out, whatever it may be.

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Yeah, I just bought 2x PLX-500 (With two timecode records) and a DJM 250mk2 (With the DVS License). If I understand it correct, I can use that with my Rekordbox to mix music using vinyls as the instrument?

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You bet - the DJM-250MK2 is a DVS-compatible mixer and will allow your PLX's to be the source for the timecode. Enjoy!

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So if i have the DDJ-SX mk1 (which is not compatible) and a XP1 (compatible) i will be able to read the timecode signal with the xp1 and can run the outputs of the plx500 into my DDJ-SX mk1 and i will be good to go? 

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@Timo > The XP1 itself does not have an audio I/O to receive the timecode signal from any devices. It's compatible with DVS in that it can control those functions and also ships with a license for it.

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