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Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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  • Versatile and compact rgy Pioneer

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 06/17/12 at 03:43
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    I use it for several years. I just switch to the nexus 900 and CDJ 2000 so I took the opportunity to give my opinion.

    It's Pioneer: all comes to hand, the DJM 400 is a "small DJM 800" with a very good box effect. I just regret the switch the mic is not very practical use (open mic you forget).

    The CDJ 400 is the 1st tural platinum Pioneer truly digital: She launches "clickable" knob used on all the jog is small but very efficient and usb connection for MIDI nickel.
    It integrates a sound card which simplifies connections with Traktor.

    There the USB port facade that is a bit long if you have big keys.
    All in a custom flight in the colors of the brand.

    For me, a very......
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    I use it for several years. I just switch to the nexus 900 and CDJ 2000 so I took the opportunity to give my opinion.

    It's Pioneer: all comes to hand, the DJM 400 is a "small DJM 800" with a very good box effect. I just regret the switch the mic is not very practical use (open mic you forget).

    The CDJ 400 is the 1st tural platinum Pioneer truly digital: She launches "clickable" knob used on all the jog is small but very efficient and usb connection for MIDI nickel.
    It integrates a sound card which simplifies connections with Traktor.

    There the USB port facade that is a bit long if you have big keys.
    All in a custom flight in the colors of the brand.

    For me, a very versatile as well rgy adapted for the mobile disco, pro, beginner, using apps, emergency rgy ..... in short, a good product and especially compact and ger!

    The price quality ratio is relatively good for the Pioneer.
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  • Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 05/21/09 at 01:38
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    Hi,
    I use a pair for 1 year, I use the 99% with the USB port, 2 cl identical USB 8GB each and go (loading 30s), large bags of CDs in the attic!
    I struggled at the beginning because there was respect for rules to name the MP3, but greatly pioneer arrang the thing with firmware 1.30.
    My usage is intensive, not a single bug! I like the ergonomics, I have no comment ngative formulate, and the effects are top (roll, auto loop 4 times, wow !!! ...) contrary to this ..... DJM600!
    I have used in the past but the CDJ1000 USB port ....
    I would do this purchase gladly pending future discovery of pioneer!
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  • Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 04/24/10 at 09:12
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    Hello everyone
    good !! I am a dj Eastern and I also mix rnb and house but ..
    2 days ago I have to accept annim 1 mixed marriage but the 2 marism imperative not to oriental music !!!!!!!!!!!! so I obliged to put something else
    then no rap..house..electro ... and no oriental music and I do not see what I must put
    and I ask you to give me some compilations for this wedding or song to fire in this marriage
    thank you
  • Small plates for small prices

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 01/31/14 at 04:11
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    I had CDJ 400 for 3 years from 2009 to 2012.

    They were the first plates I had. I was told directly invest in Pioneer matter reliability and robustness that I have not regretted it.

    What I liked most:
    - USB Playback
    - Jog wheel with built-in effects
    - General Design
    - USB with mapping on Traktor (provided maj firmware)

    I did not really like:
    - Jog too small, does not "pro"
    - Accuracy of pitch, could do better

    For the time I had paid $ 750 unit that was cheap (special offer Thomann) and I do not regret my choice. The advantage with the Pioneer is that it's like Apple laptops, value takes time to descend. So I've sold three years later to 680 euros each!

    Very good......
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    I had CDJ 400 for 3 years from 2009 to 2012.

    They were the first plates I had. I was told directly invest in Pioneer matter reliability and robustness that I have not regretted it.

    What I liked most:
    - USB Playback
    - Jog wheel with built-in effects
    - General Design
    - USB with mapping on Traktor (provided maj firmware)

    I did not really like:
    - Jog too small, does not "pro"
    - Accuracy of pitch, could do better

    For the time I had paid $ 750 unit that was cheap (special offer Thomann) and I do not regret my choice. The advantage with the Pioneer is that it's like Apple laptops, value takes time to descend. So I've sold three years later to 680 euros each!

    Very good turntables to start the mix at low prices!
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  • Excellent price / quality ratio

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 04/09/13 at 12:46
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    it is now 1year and a half that I use, great product, very sturdy, handy, efficient, quality!
    Only downside: Charging time USB sticks long (about 2min ..)
  • Good turntable

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 02/17/13 at 08:01
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    This is a very good turntable, which has nothing to envy to new releases (cdj 350). it has a USB port which is very practical, embarks effects .. perfect for working on good bases. Of course it has nothing to do with CDJ 1000 and even less with a 2000, but it is a very boenne platinum.
  • Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 12/24/12 at 11:13
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    How long have you been using?
    I use it for 4 years and I've never had any problems.

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    I had DJ Gemini MPX-40 previously, the reactivity of keys is much more accurate with the Pioneer.

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    Most: a first plate with auto loop, and very easy to use, quick start.
    Least: watching the new models is the lack of hot cue or sample, screen a bit small.

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    Pioneer has always been expensive but the quality is the appointment

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Yes, for platinum compact easy to carry and very adequate for the "Home DJ". ...
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    How long have you been using?
    I use it for 4 years and I've never had any problems.

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    I had DJ Gemini MPX-40 previously, the reactivity of keys is much more accurate with the Pioneer.

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    Most: a first plate with auto loop, and very easy to use, quick start.
    Least: watching the new models is the lack of hot cue or sample, screen a bit small.

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    Pioneer has always been expensive but the quality is the appointment

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Yes, for platinum compact easy to carry and very adequate for the "Home DJ".
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  • Discontinued, what a shame ..

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 08/29/12 at 15:00
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    How long have you been using? 4 years and no failures

    Did you try many other models before buying it? not

    What is so special that you like most and least? It is a compact board that is not at all ridiculous next to a CDJ2000, this is the only platinum ailleur has 3 effects Jet - Roll - Wah that I use very often that I should trouble to separate. USB Master tempo Vinyl options are very useful. The accuracy of the plateau and excellent design I really like to summarize this is a big favorite!

    With experience, you do again this choice? Yes!
  • Buy safe as usual with pionneer

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 08/12/12 at 10:02
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    I use it for a year, I had the denon dns 1200 before, I prefer this one because it is really accurate all mp3's happening and what's really the only weak point as no hot cue but it s good adapts.

    I remake that choice without problem.
  • Good turntable

    Pioneer CDJ-400Published on 08/04/12 at 07:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I tested other decks and other brands I can not find such a precision that these plates (pitch and jog). Of course having tested the cdj 900 850 or 2000, that the board is larger, the accuracy is even better.
    loop auto shifts quickly but catchability.
    Fast loading of cd or usb
    Good effects (I do not use those Vynil mode, less useful) and I do not use vinyl mode (paz of srcatch) just to make a little backspin
    Small negative point: the management of a usb hard drive, do not think about and use of a usb stick or 2GB max.
    On my pair of CDJ400, I cons by a recent problem, can not eject the cd on a platinum (she is 4 years old), I expect an estimate for repair ...
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    I tested other decks and other brands I can not find such a precision that these plates (pitch and jog). Of course having tested the cdj 900 850 or 2000, that the board is larger, the accuracy is even better.
    loop auto shifts quickly but catchability.
    Fast loading of cd or usb
    Good effects (I do not use those Vynil mode, less useful) and I do not use vinyl mode (paz of srcatch) just to make a little backspin
    Small negative point: the management of a usb hard drive, do not think about and use of a usb stick or 2GB max.
    On my pair of CDJ400, I cons by a recent problem, can not eject the cd on a platinum (she is 4 years old), I expect an estimate for repair
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