The New Pioneer DJ DDJ-RR is very similar to the DDJ-SR for Serato, but this one is built specifically for Rekordbox DJ software and it includes RGB backlit pads that the original did not. The DDJ-RB and DDJ-RR are also the first controllers to support PC Master Out, for playing master output through your computer’s internal speakers or connected desktop speakers, while using the controller for your headphones at the same time. The DDJ-RR also has a new Sequence feature that allows DJ’s to perform in new ways.
Pioneer has just updated its Flagship club four-channel DJ mixer and we now have one in the DJbooth.net lab for the full out review treatment. The Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 now has dual USB ports, a mini-headphone jack, soundcolor effects parameter knob, new beat FX, an OLED display, better sound quality, and an FX Frequency Selector that allows the user to select the EQ range to apply the effect. Peep our new video review inside.
The Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2 is the latest and greatest Pioneer media player which has a new 7-inch touchscreen, higher audio resolution, 8 accessible RGB hotcues, colored waveforms, and all the other goodies that came from the original model. They can also be paired with the DDJ-SP1 to access all 8 hotcues and better drumming on the pads. Check out our full in-depth video review inside.
The Pioneer HDJ-2000MK2 headphones have been upgraded from the original HDJ-2000 headphones with sleeker styling, better sound quality, and better isolation for Professional DJ’s who need a good monitoring experience in the DJbooth. The new HDJ-2000MK2 headphones have 50mm drivers for that familiar over-the-ear design that the originals were known for. They have metal hinges in the construction for durability and protein leather with memory foam in the earcups for comfort. Watch our full video review after the jump.
Pioneer has released a brand new affordable and compact media player and controller called the XDJ-700. The new Pioneer XDJ-700 replaces the original CDJ-350 as the smaller and lower-priced deck option for DJ’s who want club-like performance in their own personal setup without breaking the bank. The XDJ-700 is fully compatible with Rekordbox, has a USB slot for drives, and can also be linked to other players and mixers with the Link cable for deck sharing, BPM sync, and much more. Check out our full in-depth video review after the jump.
The Pioneer XDJ-1000 multimedia player is the first “CD-less” player by Pioneer DJ that boasts a full seven-inch hi-res color touchscreen that has lots of information on-board, along with a performance mode which allows users to use the screen for hot-cues, beat jump, loops, track searching, and more. Check out our full video review to see all of the features and get our thoughts on the Pioneer XDJ-1000.
The new Pioneer DJM-S9 Serato DJ Mixer sports eight RGB backlit pads for each channel, dual USB ports for easy DJ switch-overs, and a new Magvel Pro scratch crossfader that has many unique adjustments and features for todays scratch DJ’s. The DJM-S9 is like taking the classic DJM-909 mixer and a DDJ-S1 to give you all the Serato DJ goodness one could hope for. Check out our in-depth video review after the jump!
Pioneer has recently released the new BULIT series monitor lineup that is affordable and squarely aimed at DJ’s & Producers who want good performance speakers with a small form factor. The Pioneer BULIT speaker range is nearly identical to the S-DJ X range that we reviewed two years ago as they also come in either the five-inch (BULIT5), the six-inch (BULIT6), or the eight-inch (BULIT8) woofer and have an auto on/off mode to save on power when not in use. These speakers are powered internally by an AB amplifier and Pioneer says that the technology in the woofer design and front port found on these speakers improve air flow with “Groove Technology” for deep and vibrant bass.