With the Vestax VCI-100 MKII now sporting an on board sound card many users wonder how it differs from Vestax’s flagship VCI-300. In the video above I go over all of Vextax’s current controllers and compare the VCI-100 MKII and VCI-300 MKII. The main difference is that the VCI-300 is designed to work with Serato ITCH and the new VCI-100 MKII is designed to work with Traktor LE or Pro. The added filter knobs and switchable deck controls are prime examples of how the VCI-100 MKII lets you get the full range of control from Traktor Pro. After opening the .tsi provided by Vestax I was controlling all four decks of Traktor Pro with ease. It should be said that the VCI-300 can be mapped to Traktor, and most die hard Traktor users aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty when customizing their control setup to their liking, but if you’re looking for plug and play functionality out of the VCI-300 I found it easier to get rocking with Serato ITCH. At this point that limits you to two decks, but I still prefer the jog wheel and cross fader response on the VCI-300 for scratching and cutting. Hopefully this video will help those considering their first DJ controller setup get an idea of what Vestax has to offer. Get the full rundown by checking out the video above!