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Pioneer DJM-2000

4+ Channel Mixer from Pioneer belonging to the DJM series.

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TomDJ

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1 Posted on 10/13/2010 at 01:02:16
With its 11 rhythm effects, multi-band frequency mix crossfader, RJ45 port to connect CD players, four-channel stereo sound card, and 5.8" color touchscreen, the new Pioneer DJM2000 mixer is very appealing. And we obviously wanted to find out what it hidden under the hood. Let's go!

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2 Posted on 12/14/2010 at 12:19:27

The best feature in my opinion was the ability to use just a USB stick or external harddrive and searching through your music from the CDJ without having to hook up a computer... but alot of the other features, you mentioned in your article, from the mixer and the players were great too! These are definitely on my christmas wishlist lol

 

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