If you ever wanted to be a DJ then here is a good way to start. If you are a DJ then you already know this, and I’m sure that you like it. This is the Pioneer CDJ 2000, the heir of the CDJ-1000 CD Turntable which was one of the first DJ-ing devices that could mimic vinyl turntables without the actual vinyl. Today, Pioneer unveiled the next-gen CD Turntable called CDJ-2000 and which comes packed with a great 6.1″ screen that allows DJs to analyze the input data including BPM and Waveform data.
The 6.1-inch screen on the Pioneer CDJ-2000 is a WQVGA screen with a 480 x 234 resolution that also displays song information, album art, and many other data like the advanced song information. The Pioneer CDJ 2000 features a touch-sensitive pad called the Needle Pad which allows DJs to jump to a point in the song with only a flick of a finger. The latest Pioneer turntable can even act as a MIDI controller and it can do a pretty good job thanks to the thirty-five buttons that can do anything.
Pioneer CDJ-2000 features Pro DJ Link meaning that you can plug an external source to a turntable and then access it on the CDJ-2000, and Rekordbox, a special software developed by Pioneer which allows DJs to organize a music library. The turntable will become available in November for a price of $2,150.
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