The Pioneer MEP 7000 is an ultimate player for all of your files, it takes up a total of 3 rack spaces with the cd inputs (separate). It has a very good quality of sound and the design of it is one of the best that are on the market. I have seen and used similar models from other name brands that cost over 2 grand. The MEP 7000 cost 1500 USD and has everything a DJ needs to play all file types, locate all songs and even organize them. The use of the MEP 7000 is very similar to the CDJ line from Pioneer. This unit is kind of two different pieces, but it is still very portable. You can use your CD’s even DVD’s that have music on them as well as external hard drives and flash drives containing your music. A key selling point on the MEP 7000 is that it has a 4.3 inch color screen that makes finding your next song and files extremely easy. Especially in bad lighting like clubs. The screen is like looking at a cell phone, the colors are very strong and bold.
The beat match on the MEP 7000 is awesome, you can match up your tempo’s really fast and get to the next track. MEP 7000 comes with Serato like the CDJ does, and it will allow you to manage all of your music from your PC, you can not use this software with a MAC. The Pioneer MEP 7000 is also MIDI capable to be a controller.
Bottom line, you just cant go wrong with the MEP 7000, it is very well built and can be taken with you no matter where you go, the screen is amazing and is high resolution. This machine should be more than it is, I have been using it for a few months now, and honestly the screen is the main reason why I bought it.
How long have you use it? 4 years of use .. nikel and always!
Have you tried many other models before buying it? gemini .. numark dds80 ..
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Pros: Compact, effects, 2entrées USB, legible screen and color, product quality, the knob, the buttons .. In short .. it's good piopio ...
The United: Nothing ...
How would you rate the quality / price?
With experience, you do again this choice?
Great value (€ 900 secondhand ...) but it was at € 1,400 to the new era ..
For 950 € now we can have r1 XDJ ..
I would do the same choice a posteriori, because when I buy in terms of quality and features .. with my djm 5000 it was the best!
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romnith's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Already some details, the reader does not read the video (DVD and DIVX) as one might think, except the CD-G (karaoke).
It is good MIDI controller for virtual dj.
I have not tested the software "DJS" provided with this dual-drive so I can not give advice in relation to that.
How long have you use it?
- What is so special that you like most and least?
+ + + Console to mix with his size 19-inch rack and take it
not much room
+ + + 4.3 Inches LCD screen is clear clear
(With drop-down menu as browser on a PC)
+ + + The "CD text"
+ + + Effects (Jet, Roll, Wah, Scratch)
+ + + The ability to connect two USB devices simultaneously. (The only pioneer to do so)
+ + + You can mix the same song mp3 from an external drive or USB key on
Two turntables simultaneously. (The only pioneer to do so)
+ + + The ability to plug a USB keyboard to search mp3 file,
by typing the name of the song (it works well).
+ + + The SL 1 serato midi works fine
(It is integrated natively with no mapping software to do) I tested and agree
It was the title that appears on the serato bpm and the platinum mep 7000 times
--- The plateau (jog dial), which measures 8cm in diameter will not satisfy fans
--- The lack of a visual indicator for the plate as the cdj 400, 800, 1000 ...
--- It happens to some bug with mp3 and we need the hard drive is absolutely fat 32
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
I tried mainly pioneer (cdj 400, 800), the lower end (American Audio, Gemini etc ...)