Traktor S2 Rebuild Kit

Traktor S2 Rebuild Kit
$110.00 $90.00


in stock (can be backordered)


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Category: Native Instruments,

Traktor S2 Rebuild Kit.


The Native Instruments Traktor S2 Rebuild Kit is available to keep your DJ controller in the best working condition while mixing tracks. DJs need to have their channel and tempo faders working properly at all times. If these faders would start to become erratic or unresponsive, they need to be replaced. Physically cleaning or blowing compressed air in the fader is not the solution. This may temporarily fix the problem, but within a few fades of the fader, the problem will persist.

Traktor S4 Disassemble Procedure: Similar to S2 Procedure

Note: No need to remove S2 fascia plates


Replacement faders, USB port and RCA main output cap upgrades. The channel, cross and tempo fader design utilizes dust covers to reduce the amount of dirt, debris and liquid contacting the inside of the fader at all times. The upgraded USB port is robust and has a solid mounting construction compared to the manufacturer. Gold RCA Caps are an aesthetic and sound quality upgrade for main output sound signals. Disassemble instructions are also provided for those needing guidance. Experience with removal of hardware components and soldering is required for installation of the Traktor S2 Rebuild Kit. Traktor S2 Rebuild Kit Contents - 2 channel faders with dust covers(Audio Taper) - 1 cross fader with dust cover(Linear Taper) - 2 tempo faders with dust covers(Linear Taper - 1 USB Port - 1 Pair of RCA caps - Customer Service available 24/7!

Audio Taper Channel Fader(RDG-001)

The RDG-001 are AUDIO TAPER compared to the factory installed LINEAR TAPER fader. What this means is a smoother fade in from 0 to 100% volume. However, the relationship between channel fader and software fade will not be in sync.   Audio Taper-vs-Linear-Taper

Linear vs. Audio

Potentiometers, or “pots” to electronics enthusiasts, are differentiated by how quickly their resistance changes. In linear pots, the amount of resistance changes in a direct pattern. If you turn or slide it halfway, its resistance will be halfway between its minimum and maximum settings. That’s ideal for controlling lights or a fan, but not for audio controls. Volume controls have to cater to the human ear, which isn’t linear. Instead, logarithmic pots increase their resistance on a curve. At the halfway point volume will still be moderate, but it will increase sharply as you keep turning up the volume. This corresponds to how the human ear hears.