Pioneer announced its new CDJ850 multimedia player.
In addition to the 206 mm jog dial, the CDJ-850 inherits the layout of the series, including the rotary selector, browse buttons and other useful functions.
Compatible with a variety of media and formats
Allows the home DJ to enjoy using all kinds of music formats and media as the CDJ-850 is compatible with the MP3, AAC, WAV and AIFF formats recorded on USB storage devices or CD-R/RW discs.
Comes with rekordboxTM music management software
Once installed on a PC, rekordboxTM allows the home DJ to analyze music files and manage them (make settings, create and edit playlists and save histories) in a way optimized for DJ play. Analyzes data such as the Wave, Beat Grid, BPM, and ID3 Tag*2 of music files Cue and Loop*3 settings Creating and editing playlists Saving the history of music files played on the CDJ-850
USB Export function
When music files and their associated management data is saved with rekordboxTM and exported onto a USB storage device, they can be accessed by the multi-player even when it is not connected to a PC and thus DJ with the music files using the analysis and management data. As play histories are automatically recorded onto the USB storage device, the sequence of Music File Analysis & Settings→DJ Performance→Prepare for Next Play "becomes a snap," Pionner says.
Equipped with editable Tag List function
The CDJ-850 comes with a Tag List function, which allows a song to be registered with the press of a button while playing or selecting a song, so a list of songs to be played next can be created. Further, the order of songs in the Tag List can be changed and the list can be saved as a playlist in rekordboxTM.
For more information, check the Pioneer website.
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