Pioneer CDJ-200
Pioneer CDJ-200

CDJ-200, Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer in the CDJ series.

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Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 44 reviews )
 32 reviews73 %
 9 reviews20 %
 2 reviews5 %
Value For Money : Excellent

man_elektron's review"audio quality and unique design, beauty"

Pioneer CDJ-200
This player will remain an absolutely beautiful, quality audio over 800 CDJ series, the CDJ 100 and 1000 MK1. I opened everything and looked. Without the need for a jog too high, this unit is perfect for the audition, but .. like all CDJ's tempo as something broader needs mix sets + -22 width, otherwise the player will remain unique . warm sound .

stompboxjon's review"grade a"

Pioneer CDJ-200
The Pioneer CDJ 200 is a pro cd and mp3 player. It is very compact and sleek with a very nice and stylish design that anyone can appreciate. As soon as you turn it on, it illuminates and looks great. The general use of the Pioneer cj 200 is very easy to understand. You will get it in no time without any manuals needed. The buttons on this device are very touch friendly. You don’t have to apply much pressure in order to get the function you want to work. A nice gentle push will do it, most other units similar to this one require you to put a forced pressure on the buttons to get them to operate.

The display on the Pioneer CDJ 200 is not that big though, this could be a deal breaker from some people. The unit itself isn’t very big so there really wasn’t room to put a bigger display or lcd. There are a few effects that I really like though, Zip effect is a pretty need effect if you use it properly. The Pioneer CDJ does not have to be used as a DJ tool if you don’t want it to. You can simply use it as a regular cd player if you wish. But if you are looking for a regular cd player I don’t recommend getting this because you wont need all of the effects, plus you wouldn’t want to pay that much just for a cd unit.

All in all you can expect a great quality product fro Pioneer , they normally create very powerful and stylish equipment and have a reputation for being one of the leading DJ equipment sellers across the world. You can go wrong with a Pioneer Product and the CDJ 200 will suit you just right. Grab on of these babies!
Audiofanzine FR12/16/2010

Audiofanzine FR's review

Pioneer CDJ-200
Originally written by peaktrance on Audiofanzine FR.

How long have you been using it?
I've had it for 15 days (I use it two hours a day).

Which feature do you like the most / the least?
Until now, I've had no problems... but it's my first CD deck.
It seems quite sturdy.
Did you try any of other models before buying this one?

How would you rate its value for money? Based on your experience, would you buy this product again? ... *
10/10. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again: easy handling, although I didn't really understand the loop feature in the beginning, but with the user's manual and a bit of practice, it's a breeze!
I had the opportunity to try an SL1200. With this deck, I get the same feel even to sync tracks. It's very easy with the CUE: push Pause where you want to sync the song, adjust it with the jog wheel and push CUE! It will then start without latency!
I cannot say if the pitch control is precise compared to other products but I can mix without problems, it's amazing for electro house trance...

If you want a high-end DJ desk, consider this one although it's a bit expensive. You won't regret it.

Emmano.'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Great for beginners!"

Pioneer CDJ-200
More than two years. I love that they are in Pioneer (lol). I tried a lot of models in front piopio (CDJ 100s, 350, 400, 800, 1000, 2000). The value for money is cool, finally, one I had is
With experience, I would do this choice. I love the responsiveness of the plate. What I like least is the pitch that can go up to 16%, and I like to do PTIS effects amount to 100%

ylovegace's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect"

Pioneer CDJ-200
How long you use it?
I use it for a year, I bought it for 150 euro on leboncoin unit, the only downside is that when I have received were the cue "touch" due to use (I put a spring bic pen below, since all is well

Did you tried many other models before buying it?
Cdj 350 and 800

What is so special that you love the most, least?

the +
That's good, pleasing to the touch, precise buttons etc. ...

the -
She does not read badly vbr (impossible to see the remaining time etc ...) and the mine appears occasionally an error E-8845 that requires me to turn them back.
She does not read either the usb but good for the price ...

How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? Very good value for money and yes I would do this choice.

hipcio's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good equipment"

Pioneer CDJ-200
How long have you use it?

3 ½ years.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

A function with Vestax scratch.

What is so special that you love the most, least?

+ Cue, effects (jet, wah, and zip), finish and quality of components and equipment, very robust, display ideal illumination of the buttons (it does not''Christmas tree'') /

- Loop function, although not very precise function to edit

How would you rate the quality / price?

I think Pioneer has always been expensive, this manufacturer uses its brand to inflate its prices but I have never been disappointed by this product, which is very high quality.

With experience, you do again this choice?

I would do this choice, if I was in 2008 of course. Now I will opt for the USB?

gege1480's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" PIONEER CDJ 200"

Pioneer CDJ-200
I use it recently but the effects are super dj a good quality / price for a MODEL of the range of Pioneer.

Compared with DN-700 S has changed ...

With the exprience I would do the purchase is also prvu ...

Eminho's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Pioneer Quality, Capacities very adequate"

Pioneer CDJ-200
For how long have you been using it?
The boards I bought used three months ago, a pair for 400 € (yes, negotiated). They were 3 years when I have bought, so they have 3 years and 3 months I use them for 3 months.

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I did some evenings with CDJ400, 800, 1000 and 2000. So yes, I tested quite a few models before, but ... Not in the same price range

What thing do you like most/least about it?
Pros: quality is just extra! Impeccable. The same accuracy is exceptional.
Cons: Compared to the price, there is none. It regrets the fact that loops can not last a maximum of 4 times, lack of hot cues (but we will not ask anything either), and the fact that you can not save loops in advance.

What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Nothing to say, great value for money! (When I say that's because I paid 400 € the pair ...).
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
For the price I had, yes. For what it is not. We can not have much "play" with the music. It remains in the mix easy. (We are forced to learn our songs by heart without hot cues: p). But the product is exceptional. Quality pioneer ...


basic36's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Pioneer CDJ-200
Approximately 1 week
No, these are my first decks
+: Jet, wah and zip that are very useful for me, reliability and robustness
-: No scratching, reverse (for the price it could at least have to add that effect) and not to choose the speed at which the loop is such that once the loop is a 1 / 8 is slightly do not return a 1 or 2 (good for 466 euros but we can not have everything).
A bit expensive for what it offers but the price is a bit more justified when we see the reliability of pioneer.
Without hesitation, the cdj 200 is for me the best deck to learn the basics of the mix and start making evening with friends. I advise

jbt's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Pioneer CDJ-200
I use it for over 2 years.
I had a numark axis 8 and a DNS-3000 before.

The +:
buckles to the tempo.
Cue reactivity and touched very nice button.
Reading Recovery to the point she was in error ejection.

the -:
BPM counter that is useless as the CDJ throughout the world ... I do not even include those who mix with, there is not even a decimal point when the pitch yes.
Not reading MP3 cds if the tracks are encoded in VBR.
No opportunity to mix with cd timecoded because they have no option scratch.
Fair value for money, if you stretch a budget head for higher models.