Vestax VCM-100

Vestax VCM-100
The VCM-100 is a compact USB MIDI & audio system, designed with Vestax’s mechatronics technology developed in the past 30 years. Despite its compact size, the VCM-100 comes with 4in4out(Stereo x 2 in/out)connection, headphone output and high quality mechanical parts placed in the control section.

Having every feature fitted in to a solid metal body smaller than a standard laptop, the VCM-100 is easy to use and transportation friendly, which makes it the simple all-in-one USB audio interface that all PRO’s want.


  • 60 parameters of various software are assignable to the VCM-100’s control section via USB MIDI IN/OUT.
  • The DATA SEND LED provides clear visual of the current status to assist in an authentic play mode in real time.
  • Monaural 4 in/ Stero 2 out (Master out L.R, Monitor/Booth out L.R), Headphone output. The VMC-100 provides a high definition sound, thanks to the audio codec IC designed with a built-in hardware sample rate converter, delta-sigma conversion 20bit stereo D/A converter and 18bit stereo A/D converter.
  • Support for ASIO 2.0, CoreAudio and MME / WDM, MAYA44 USB is compatible to all major music and DJ and DAW applications.
  • ESI(Ego systems Inc) designed ASIO driver apllied for its proven high reliablity.DAW application software and DJ application software work with the driver at a valiant low latency rate and high performance. (Windows will identify the VCM-100 as a 2in2out USB audio device when using the standard Windows WDM driver. Use the ASIO driver when using multi input/output with DTM application software. )
  • The VCM-100 provides simple plug & play features working with Apple and Windows computers.
  • The power source is selectable from USB bus-power and the exclusive power adaptor(not included). (For best performance and stable operation, please use the power adaptor if the computer’s power capacity is low or if using a USB hub) ?B
  • There are no issues if you don’t have any software to operate. TRAKTOR LE (Native Instrument Inc.) is bundled to the VCM-100 with exclusive control assignment files.
  • Compatible with all software that allows MIDI control assignment. 3 versions of firmware can be selected to have the best match with the software. Each software’s samples of MIDI control assignment files will be available at soon.
  • The compact metal body is thin but highly durable, and convenient for transportation.

Minimum system requirements

Operating System

Windows: Requires Windows XP Service Pack 2. Does not support Windows 2000/98/Me NOTE: DO NOT connect to a Windows 2000 Professional PC. The display will turn blue screen and the computer will freeze.

Macintosh: Supports Mac OS X 10.3.9 / 10.4.7. Does not support previous system versions. Multi client environments that operate the VCM-100 with more than 1 software are not supported.


CPU: Pentium III 500 MHz (Advanced CPU required for laptops)
Memory: 256MB RAM
USB 1.0/2.0 Interface

CPU: Macintosh G3 600/G4 667MHz (Advanced CPU required for laptops)
Memory: 256MB RAM
USB 1.0/2.0 Interface

These minimum system requirements are for the VCM-100 hardware. If the software’s system requirements are higher than the VCM-100, please prepare an advanced operating system qualified. Macintosh CPU accelerator cards are not supported. The computer must have USB connection.

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