Long Beach, CA (January 12, 2016) Today, Pioneer DJ’s flagship set-up is taking a giant leap into the future with the unveiling of the CDJ-2000NXS2 and DJM-900NXS2. As a result of years of feedback from DJs of every genre, Pioneer DJ incorporated additions that deliver the highest possible sound quality, finely tuned features, and unprecedented levels of control.
DJs want higher sound quality and Pioneer DJ has delivered with the release of these new products. The CDJ-2000NXS2 now has a 96 kHz/24-bit sound card and FLAC/Apple Lossless Audio (ALAC) support – paving the way for more producers to create music in this top quality format. Browsing and track selection are even more intuitive with the high-resolution touch screen, Qwerty keyboard and Track Filter search. The screen also packs in a multi-colored wave display, more detailed rekordbox™ information and instant access to all the most popular features. Up to four players can be controlled from one device using Pro DJ Link. The player now has two banks of four Hot Cues – eight in total. And, if that isn’t enough, you can connect the DDJ-SP1 controller to add even more Hot Cues and loops.
The DJM-900NXS2 takes mixing to another level with Pioneer DJ’s first ever 64-bit mixing processor for a more natural, warm and detailed sound. The controls are even more responsive, with a new gain structure, improved EQ and fader curves. The Sound Color FX section now has a parameter knob for even more nuanced manipulation. Plus, an independent Send/Return means you no longer have to choose between Beat FX and external FX: you can connect your choice of external FX controllers, including apps on your iPad, and layer it on top of the on-board FX. Additionally, the DJM-900NXS2 has four phono inputs, DVS support and two USB ports for easy connection to PC/Mac, making it a crucial tool versatile enough for any professional booth.
“I played a couple of tracks on the DJM-900NXS2 and I was quite astounded, it sounds like no other Pioneer DJ mixer I’ve heard,” said Andy Kayll, sound engineer at DC10. “Going up from 32-bit to 64-bit, the sound is so much more accurate and natural, you can hear it’s much warmer.”
The CDJ-2000NXS2 and DJM-900NXS2 will be available in February 2016, with retail prices of $2,199.00 and $2,199.00, respectively.
Find more info at http://www.pioneerdj.com/en-us/
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