Pioneer has this week unveiled a new version of its CDJ-2000 CD turntable, in the form of the CDJ-2000nexus, which brings with it a number of new features.
Including Wi-Fi, Beat Sync, Wave Zoom and Slip, which has been a highly requested features that was first rolled out on the CDJ-900. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the CDJ-2000nexus and see Laidback Luke in action.
Other features include compatibility with Pioneer’s new rekordbox App for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, Pioneer explains a little more in their press release.
“Pro-DJs are about to get a new lease of life, as Pioneer unveils the CDJ-2000nexus — the industry’s first multiplayer to be compatible with rekordbox™ DJ software on smartphones and tablets.
Inheriting the DNA of the much-loved CDJ-2000, the CDJ-2000nexus has evolved beyond DJs’ wildest dreams. DJs can prepare amazing sets and playlists using the included Pioneer rekordbox software or download the new rekordbox app to access the same features on their smartphone or tablet. Music can then be loaded onto the CDJ-2000nexus via USB or, new for the CDJ-2000nexus, Wi-Fi.”
The CDJ-2000nexus will be shipping sometime this month and will be available for around $2,399.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News