Friday, September 18, 2009

Pioneer CDJ-2000


Pioneers CDJ series of CD decks have long been the industry standard (in the same way Technics are for vinyl decks) and the eagerly awaited update has been announced for November 2009. New features include the ability to play digital files from SD card, DVD or USB storage device, a network capability to share files from storage devices, colour LCD screen, the interface to the Rekordbox software which allows you to browse tracks, set up cue points, store set history and more. Also with MIDI support the CDJ-2000 is set to retail for around €1799.

4 comments:

aidan said...

1800 is a bit fookin steep isn't it?!

AudioLemon said...

yes... it'd be a nice piece of kit in a club though. Looks like the first thing to go would be the track select knob... looks a bit flimsy even in the vid.

2BiT said...

Yeah the CDJs have always been pretty pricy. Mind you Technics are hardly bargains either..tho they will probably last longer!
It's a bit of an abuse of the 'industry standard' nature of the Pioneers...they're what you'll find in 99% of clubs so you'd better learn to use em! (round to your rich mates gaff it is...)

Digital Media Design @ UL said...

think ill stick with the trusty denons for now:)