completely standalone, visual friendly (with real-time oscilloscope for each deck, but sluggish like sleepy legless turtle
it can work standalone without any laptop/tablet. also you can play your music from your hdd (fat32, ntfs, even hfs+)
waveform analyzation will take eternity. but you can play without asciloscopes.
one of the most user-unfriendly interface for browsing, trying to disable auto beat grid quantisation/etc
build in effects behavior is very clumsy.
eap. scs4dj has audio interface and lcd display, but you can use scs4dj only like a simpliest midi cnobs and 2 encoders. i mean, if your want to use it via traktor or any other dj software- you'll need another one audio enterface, and on the lcd screen you can only rename side button stickers. nice, aren't it?)
but you can watch mp4 movie )) on 4.3" LCD
forget about randomly b2b dj set. it works fine only with audio stuff, what it analyzed before
platters are not so horable. they remind me cdj 100.
lets imagine, you wanna play some 4x4 stuff, and use sync buttons. seems everything will be alright
and now, imagine that your music is syncopied 160/172 bpm breakbit. or, worse- various bpm (from 140 to 185) music. And I'm talking not about using sync option. scs trying to quantise even cue points, what you will try to make accurate.
it comes to me like a present for little work. and i sold it for cents