This years NAMM festival was a chance for the multinational corporation, Pioneer, to unveil the CDJ-2000NXS2 and DJM-900NXS2, the latest versions of their flagship deck and mixer.
The new CDJ-200NXS exceeds the former CDJ model with its multi-coloured wave display, high resolution touchscreen and wave zoom, with QWERTY keyboard and search filters, ensuring faster track selection for the DJ. With its built-in 24-bit/96kHz audio interface and 32-bit D/A converter this CDJ-200NXS enables its users to produce their music to highest possible sound quality.
The new DJM-900NXS2 has been kicked up a notch, featuring Pioneer's first ever 64-bit mixing processor, which aims to deliver a more detailed natural sound. All controls found on the mixer have been fine-tuned to be even more responsive, with enhanced FX controls, such as improved EQ and Fader curves.
This new mixer also allows its users to send/return independently, has two USB ports and four phono inpuFebruary 08, 2016