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Pioneer CDJ-800 MK2
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Pioneer CDJ-800 MK2

Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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Published on 12/08/08 at 07:58
(Originally written by Dave Sark/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
How long have you been using it?

One year.

- Which feature do you like the most / the least?

Pros:

* Auto loops

* Cue

* Very accurate BPM counter and pitch function

* Sturdy and quite affordable professional device.

* Read ID-tags

* Very reliable

Cons:

* Refuses to read some CDs.

- Did you try any other models before buying it?

Yes. Denon, Numark... No other brand is worth it. The 1000 mk3 offers additional functions compared to the 800 mk2 but they are not very useful for me, and they are not comprehensive enough considering the price (twice the money)!!

- How would you rate its value for money?

Ok.

- Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?

Yes!!!

I give it 9/10.
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