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Pioneer CDJ-400

Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series

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Published on 05/21/09 at 01:38
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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