DJ Controllers | Pioneer DDJ-SB2 Is Now DEX 3 And DEX 3 RE Supported

Pioneer DDJ-SB DJ controller with PCDJ

The Pioneer DDJ-SB2 DJ controller map for both PCDJ DJ software products is now available for download.

We’ve just wrapped up a fresh map for the new Pioneer DDJ-SB2 controller, one of the latest DJ controllers to hit the street from the preeminent manufacturer Pioneer DJ. As they explain it:

“Hitting the decks has never been easier and more intuitive – even for first-time DJs. Not only does it boast all popular features from the DDJ-SB – such as Filter Fade and Performance Pads – but it now boasts features not usually found at this price point, including trim pots, level meters, the Pad Trans beat effect and 4-deck control.”

Pioneer DJ controller performance pads


What we find notably impressive is the robust feature-set included with the DDJ-SB2 comes with an entry-level price tag, with most retailers listing it at only $249 USD.  For 4-deck control, high-quality built-in audio interface and Pioneer DJ’s legendary quality construction we can see the DDJ-SB2 quickly becoming one of the more popular DJ controllers for DEX 3 and DEX 3 RE DJ software users, especially those new to controllerism. This is an excellent, affordable controller choice for budding digital DJs.


Pioneer DDJ-SB2 Key Features

  • Tactile Perfomance Pads
    Four rubber pads enable you to trigger Hot Cues, Auto Loops, Manual Loop and Sampler
  • Large Jog Wheels
    This DDJ-SB2 controller comes with large jog wheels, providing a dynamic performance with great scratch response and accuracy.
  • Authentic & Dynamic DJ Play
    The TRIM knob gives you control of the input volume for each channel, while the level meters allow you to adjust it quickly and accurately.
  • Manual Filter
    On every channel, to manipulate tracks input from either the software or external hardware.
  • Make The Cut
    With the Quantized Pad Trans beat effect, you can cut the volume in time with the BPM by simply hitting the performance pads.
  • Ultimate ease of set up
    The DDJ is USB powered, so you can simply connect the controller to your computer using the provided USB cable —  there is no need for an additional power supply.  It’s plug and play with PCDJ.


(mapping guide coming soon!)


Input ports Mic x 1 (¼-inch TS jack x 1)
Output ports Master Out x 1 (RCA x 1) Headphone Monitor Out x 2 (¼-inch TRS jack, 3.5 mm stereo mini jack)
Other ports USB B type x 1
Frequency response 20Hz ~ 20kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion ratio 0.005% or less
S/N ratio 90 dB (PC)
Maximum dimensions (W x D x H) 487 x 58.5 x 271.2 mm
Unit weight 2.1 kg