In a testament to the company’s enduring legacy revolutionizing DJ hardware, AlphaTheta has released the world’s first wireless DJ controller.
AlphaTheta Corporation, previously known as Pioneer DJ Corp, has long been synonymous with innovation in DJ technology and the company’s latest launch aptly celebrates three decades of advancements in the field. The initiative marks the 30th anniversary since their introduction of the landmark Pioneer CDJ-500.
AlphaTheta’s new offering, the Omnis-Duo wireless DJ controller, is a breakthrough in DJ equipment, symbolizing not just the evolution of the brand but also its enduring innovation in the world of electronic music. Despite boasting some of the most advanced tech on the market, the controller is portable enough to fit within a packpack.
One of its marquee highlights is the controller’s Bluetooth capability, allowing DJs to wirelessly connect mobile devices and integrate files directly into their sets. The controller also offers Wi-Fi connectivity for accessing cloud file storage and tracks from devices running Rekordbox, which is bundled with the controller.
The Omnis-Duo DJ controller is now available and retails for $1,499.