Highest Rated Mid-Range DJ Controllers 2022

Top 6 Mid-Range DJ Controllers

Pioneer DJ DDJ-FLX6 - 4-deck DJ Controller

Pros:
Enhanced vocal effects
Jog Wheels with "Hot Cue Countdown"
Mutli-function touchstrip
16 RGB color triggering pads for triggering hot cues, loops, or samples
Basically an exact upgraded version of the SR2
Includes Serato Flip and Pitch 'n Time
Cons:
Some units have issues with the play button

Pioneer DJ DDJ-SR2 Portable | 2-Channel Controller (Serato)

Pros:
Lightweight with handles for that easy on-the-go life.
Can connect to turntables or multiplayers with line and phono inputs
XLR outputs to connect to professional PA system
16 RGB color triggering pads for triggering hot cues, loops, or samples
Pitch 'N Time plugin Included
Key shift and key sync included
Mutli-function touchstrip
Cons:
Small pitch fader
2-channels

Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3 | 4-Channel Controller (Traktor)

Pros:
Large motorized jog-wheels
LED around jog-wheel
High-res displays
Mic input improvements
Light and mobile
Good for scratching
Cons:
Some issues with the software

Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S3 4-Channel

Pros:
Smaller/More compact
Switch for audio/video in Serato
Mic Ducking
Can be used for Mobile DJ'ing
All necessary outputs for professional setting
Cons:
Smaller jog-wheels
Serato not included

Honorable Mention

Reloop Mixon 4 | 4-Channel Hybrid Controller (Serato)

Pros:
Supports all platforms and iPad
Good for home DJ's
Difference performance modes, including Pitch Play
Easily switch between laptop and phone DJing
Cons:
Not "professional" quality compared to similar priced controllers
No hardware mixer