Pioneer DJM-900nexus Pro Mixer: Precisely for club DJs

Over the past few months Pioneer has been updating the equipment in its DJ controllers line. We have news of another bit of DJ kit being launched to its line, the DJM-900nexus which is designed precisely for professional club DJs looking to update their existing mixers.

Up until now most club DJs have been satisfied with the five year old DJM-800 mixer but this new update will offer the ‘next level in creativity’ for pro DJs according to Pioneer. Its key features include up-to-date sound effects, computer connectivity and high performance sound.

As Slashgear report the mixer is designed with sound quality in mind. It’s incorporated with a high performance soundcard capable of streaming audio signals without losing quality of the sound as it’s a 96 kHz/24bit 4-channel.

Other features include X-pad which is a built in touch screen for instant one touch performance, new Sound Color FX and new plug ‘n’ play software which allows easy connectivity meaning DJs can get up and go then set up somewhere else with no hassle. For a full list of specs and features you can visit Pioneer, where they also list the price of this ‘revolutionary’ piece of kit and say that it will be launched sometime in March.

Do you think the DJM-900nexus is revolutionary? Let us know what you think.

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Written by Chris Cook

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