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Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2

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Flagship Professional DJ Media Player

  • CD/SD/USB media player
  • Link with other CDJs for playing any files
  • 7 inch Touch Screen with QWERTY keyboard

Pioneer has improved the classic, reliable, DJ player with a better soundcard, a 7 inch touch screen with QWERTY Keyboard, improved track filtering, 8 hotcues, quantize & FLAC support.

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Pro Sound

A 96 kHz/24-bit sound card is built into the unit, with a 32-bit D/A converter and improved digital out to really give the best possible sound for this high-end CDJ. FLAC and ALAC support included so your mixes sound clear and full on the dance-floor.

Find The Perfect Track

The 7 inch Touch Screen with QWERTY keyboard and new track filtering abilities make finding the perfect track even easier. The 8 color-coded hot cues make tweaking your chosen track even more fun.

Play Anywhere

The CDJ-2000 Nexus has become the accepted industry standard deck in DJ booths around the world - from Boiler Room to Fabric to Space, this is what many professional DJs are using to craft mixes that get heard by millions.

  • Compatible Media: iPhone/iPod touch, Android phone, etc.USB storage devices (flash memory/HDD, etc.) Computers (Mac/Windows PC), Audio CD, CD-R/RW, DVD±R/RW/R-DL
  • Compatible Files: MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF (iOS version of rekordbox enable to playback only MP3 and AAC)
  • File Systems Compatible with USB Storage: FAT, FAT32, HFS+
Specs + I/O:
  • Frequency range: 4Hz - 40kHz
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 115dB or higher
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.0018% or less
  • USB Ports: USB-A port x1, USB-B port x1
  • Audio Output Ports: AUDIO OUT(RCA)×1, DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL)×1
  • Other Ports: LAN (100Base-TX)×1
Size + Weight:
  • Height: 4.5" / 11.43cm
  • Width: 12.6" / 32cm
  • Depth: 16.3" / 41.4cm
  • Weight: 12.6lb / 5.72kg

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Jon F.
Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2

Built like a tank. All the missing buttons from the XDJ. So much blinking. Club standard!

Jon F.
Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2

Built like a tank. All the missing buttons from the XDJ. So much blinking. Club standard!

Troy M.
Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2

got tired of using controllers and finally got the CDJ at great price during black friday. Great product. Shipped fast too.

Perpetual S.
Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2

After many years of DJing and having transitioned from the realm of Technics 1200/1210 to digital DJing, I decided to take the leap into CDJ-2K-NXS2 territory. I had grown accustomed to Native Instruments DJ controllers, but grew tired of becoming a "zombie" by spending more time staring at my laptop screen than focusing on the crowd and music. I invested in a pair of XDJ-1000's which were awesome, but I eventually grew out of them citing a need for more flexibility and option. After many weeks of research and lots of communication with DJ TechTools (shoutout to Matias!). I decided to pull the trigger and invest in a pair of CDJ2000-NXS2. I've been satisfied with my purchase since day one and absolutely love the flexibility decks offer. The solid build quality means they will stand the rigors of constant gigging, the sound quality means they'll shine through any system and the plethora of connectivity options–even without a laptop–means I'll always have a backup plan to ensure the music gets played whether it be CD, SD or USB/Ex-SDD. The intuitive GUI and great. My only gripe thus far is an aesthetic one–the faint, blurred "ghosting" that appears behind the scrolling waveform–though I'm confident this is something Pioneer will rectify soon. Speaking of Pioneer, my biggest (and most pleasant) surprise has been the amount of support this unit receives. Pioneer has dropped a new firmware update on a near monthly basis–something that every hardware company should abide by (hint hint Native Instruments). I digress. These decks aren't cheap, but you get what you pay for–in this case, a flagship product. However, if you're DJing for the long haul (ex: have your own LLC/biz, license, insurance, tax ID etc.) and are consistently gigging on a regular basis, then you know the difference between an expense and an investment. Would I recommend these to someone who's dreams of DJ superstardom will more than likely never expand beyond the basement? Of course not. For those looking to invest in a standalone setup for their business that will be showered with continuous updates, a prolonged shelf life and near infinite possibilities, look no further. And for the absolute best deal, hit up DJ TechTools. They gave me a quote that put others to shame and have locked me in as a customer for life. They're DJ's. Not part-time help at a Brick & Mortar store. No games. No ********. 5-star service.

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