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Pioneer CDJ-1000
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Pioneer CDJ-1000

Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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Pioneer CDJ-1000Published on 02/07/05 at 05:45
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I just filed a notice to tell the btises some who dare to 0 at this stage, so be honest and say that there is no mix instead of putting opinions completely debiles ....
A word ....
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Pioneer CDJ-1000Published on 02/07/05 at 06:15
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This is not to teriible bought a platinum as when we see in our day what there is on the market ...
Tro pe .... The touch functionality is not teriible .... In short track your way ... not very nice .... /////
I forget to say in response to the message above o envi ... your den to your job lol there ac their trade depui lontps .. and djing c po pr .... the kid will progress and after vien ... here to tell his e mail ...!
My word you work at technics or what ???? It's not worth putting
crap on other boards, it's not a pro and more fake all,
so if it is to write anything, it was you who had better draw
your way ...... I knew that there was a fountain idiots now I am
sr ...........
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This is not to teriible bought a platinum as when we see in our day what there is on the market ...
Tro pe .... The touch functionality is not teriible .... In short track your way ... not very nice .... /////
I forget to say in response to the message above o envi ... your den to your job lol there ac their trade depui lontps .. and djing c po pr .... the kid will progress and after vien ... here to tell his e mail ...!
My word you work at technics or what ???? It's not worth putting
crap on other boards, it's not a pro and more fake all,
so if it is to write anything, it was you who had better draw
your way ...... I knew that there was a fountain idiots now I am
sr .....

ki a guy so connai minimum will say pa ke fountain there are con ki do not mix .. save; t ki blok rest are on their povre platinum .. pity you fai ... returns a childish t ....! I knew i pa for the polimik avk you t platinum pe you sell them and encor will be wrong onete!
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Pioneer CDJ-1000Published on 03/09/05 at 03:50
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Fully agree with the opinions below

Pioneer demonstrated reliability and robustness in its cdj 1000 mkII, which remains a reader friendly design, intuitive, and relatively "easy to use" in the dark of a DJ booth. But for the same price for an equivalent reliability, Denon turntables worth a cdj 1000, and may be even more interesting in terms of evolutivit and proposed functions DJ. OK, some functions are quite complex on the Denon.

If you want the same plates you have seen in pictures of DJ renomms cot in Sono Mag, buy Pioneer 1000. If you want to be a little more cratif and do some music, why not Denon 5000.
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" VERY GOOD :-)"

Pioneer CDJ-1000Published on 09/12/13 at 07:11
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How long have you use it?
for one week.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The pros: easier to use (when vien vinyl is Printfriendly mix with it), its precision and wide pioneer jog.

the -: apart from the fact that this model does not read the mp3 is the negative thing (I used the timecode so I do not care)

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
yes I test many pioneer model, their pro models are almost all worth I think that is missing on the CDJ 1000 is a USB slot, but good at the relevant time nobody used USB key.

How would you rate the quality / price?
With experience, you do again this choice? ...
with the experience I would not......
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How long have you use it?
for one week.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The pros: easier to use (when vien vinyl is Printfriendly mix with it), its precision and wide pioneer jog.

the -: apart from the fact that this model does not read the mp3 is the negative thing (I used the timecode so I do not care)

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
yes I test many pioneer model, their pro models are almost all worth I think that is missing on the CDJ 1000 is a USB slot, but good at the relevant time nobody used USB key.

How would you rate the quality / price?
With experience, you do again this choice? ...
with the experience I would not return to model even if I made a exelente case I turn to the newest model so far this deck works well for me timecode and any ways I do not have the afford to buy a new rule piopio.
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  • Manufacturer: Pioneer
  • Model: CDJ-1000
  • Series: CDJ
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 12/01/2002

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