Pioneer have this week unveiled a new addition to their range of DJ devices in the form of the Pioneer CDJ900NXS which has been created to “optimum DJ performance using music files”.
The Pionner CDJ-900NXS is equipped with a a large screen offering the highest resolution of any CDJs, which displays a host of track information and features inherited from the CDJ-2000NXS. Check out the new Pioneer DJ CDJ-900NXS in the walkthrough video after the jump.
Using the Pionner CDJ-900NXS music files can be analysed with Rekordbox which can be installed on a computer, and by using the application version of Rekordbox software preparation of music can be done anywhere via your mobile iOS or Android devices. Pioneer explains:
“The evolution of Pioneer’s professional lineup continues, with the addition of the CDJ-900NXS digital player. The latest player builds on the success of its predecessor, the CDJ-900, plus it’s packed with new technology including a full color LCD screen, Beat Divide, four-deck Beat Sync.
The CDJ-900NXS boasts professional quality audio circuitry and an onboard sound card, for a clear, powerful sound even at club volumes. A precision engineered Wolfson DAC reduces jitter, while the player’s signal-to-noise ratio of 115dB ensures incredibly accurate sound reproduction.”
The Pioneer CDJ900NXS will be arriving in stores next month and will be priced at £1,149 or €1,399. For more information on the new Pionner CDJ-900NXS jump over to the Pioneer website for details.