How to live out your dream of being a DJ on Unifi Dream Machine
Posted On July 24, 2021
Today’s big news is that Unifi has officially launched a Dream Machine, an unboxed DJ system that can stream a wide variety of live audio and video.
The system is a big deal for Unifi, as the company had been looking for a way to make the most of its Unifi line of DJ controllers.
The Dream Machine is a fully-assembled DJ controller that can connect to any Unifi device (including the DJI Go and DJI Phantom 2) to create your own DJ experience.
Unifi’s dream machine is basically a DJI drone.
That means that when you plug in a Unifi DJI Drone, you get a DJi DJI D4, a DJU-12 and an Unifi Unifi Wireless Remote.
The DJI drones are fully compatible with all the DJ accessories that Unifys Dream Machine offers, and the DJi drone also has a USB port, HDMI port, and NFC chip that you can use to connect to a DJ app like DJI GO.
The Unifi wireless remote and DJU 12 remote can be used with other Unifi devices too.
The unit’s $99 price tag makes it the most expensive DJI DJI controller that we’ve ever reviewed, but it’s also the cheapest DJI one we’ve seen.
DJI has said that the Unifi controller will be available this fall, so it’s certainly a smart move.
DJi has been offering a lot of new products at this year’s CES, including its latest drone, the DJVU-4.
The D4 will be the company’s first drone with a GPS sensor.
DJVUs drone is still a lot more expensive than the Unis DJI and DJX DJV-4, but at $99 it’s still a good deal compared to other DJI models.
DJIs drone is also compatible with the DJU, which will let you stream your music to the DJ.
DJU has said it’s launching a drone controller that will allow users to use it as a stand-alone device.
The first DJU drone, DJU 6, will be released in the summer, and it will be compatible with DJI’s DJI Mavic Pro and DJV2 drones.
DJUs drone controller will work with DJi drones, and we hope to see it in the future.