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Pioneer CDJ-850
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Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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  • Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 11/13/12 at 00:21
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    What I pushed the purchase of 850, is the price. If I had had the budget, I probably would have tourn towards 900. But although the screen is tilted all beauty and two three options intressantes team this model, the diff ence between the two do not got a rationalized my cart price also lev. 850 rpondant my expectations perfectly, I do not regret my purchase. It really is the ideal compromise all that is this price level. It is just as perfect as are the 900 and 2000, even if it does not play in the same way.
  • Pitch perfect

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 08/22/14 at 19:47
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    2 years of use, after the royal cdj 400 is for display, jog accuracy, ergonomics, and I use it with hard drives in rekordbox. I do not have that choice since I saw the nexus 900 for display and the link.
  • effective!

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 05/19/14 at 16:30
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    I use them for a little over two years
    Before I had the cdj 800 cdj I tested the 900 and 1000.
    Plus, it has everything a large, easy to take a hand, reliable, no gimmicks.
    value for money is correct, it remains pioneer.
    It was for me the mixer.
    Least, it does not turn into cdj 2000!
    Loops was not very perfect before the update.
    The official mapping for traktor is moldy.
    With experience, Pioneer remains a reference for cd players,
    I do not regret my purchase!
  • Very good product!

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 05/04/14 at 04:28
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    -How long have you use it?

    Since more than a month.

    -Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    yes ndx 400 cdj 1000 mk3 cdj 2000 cdj 2000 cdj 900 nexus nexus.

    -What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Most: the buttons are well spaced with good size that leaves room for some functions, there is no risk of pressing the wrong button. It is easy to use, cars-loops are perfect, there is a proper screen and resembles screens cdj 900 cdj 2000 to 2000 nexus. Jog is 206 mm, the same size as the cdj professional range.

    Cons: it not lack a lot of things for a product at this price. What is unfortunate is that the songs are a bit long to load. As I mix with......
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    -How long have you use it?

    Since more than a month.

    -Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    yes ndx 400 cdj 1000 mk3 cdj 2000 cdj 2000 cdj 900 nexus nexus.

    -What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    Most: the buttons are well spaced with good size that leaves room for some functions, there is no risk of pressing the wrong button. It is easy to use, cars-loops are perfect, there is a proper screen and resembles screens cdj 900 cdj 2000 to 2000 nexus. Jog is 206 mm, the same size as the cdj professional range.

    Cons: it not lack a lot of things for a product at this price. What is unfortunate is that the songs are a bit long to load. As I mix with rekordbook, you can not have the pitch by + / - 100% on the other hand can have it in cd.

    -How would you rate the quality / price?

    a mid-range Pioneer with a fair price, given the level of the deck. I think the price is affordable.

    -With experience, you do again this choice?

    Yes, because it is a product that provides opportunities to mix at a good level.
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  • No surprise, the good, the pioneer

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 02/25/14 at 04:19
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    I for 1 year.
    Before I used CDJ200, 850 are therefore multi player set preparation more efficient thanks to rekordbox. Tag useful function. Loops good even if perfection does not exist.
    Goodies: Jog precise, accurate vinyl mode, wide choice of auto loop function tag useful, good navigation in playlists.
    Cons: unreadable screen outside if sunny, missing RJ45 plug for sync.
    Value for money interesting even though we know that Pioneer is the market leader.
    I remake that choice but I'll take the CDJ900 can be for one or two additional functions. ...
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    I for 1 year.
    Before I used CDJ200, 850 are therefore multi player set preparation more efficient thanks to rekordbox. Tag useful function. Loops good even if perfection does not exist.
    Goodies: Jog precise, accurate vinyl mode, wide choice of auto loop function tag useful, good navigation in playlists.
    Cons: unreadable screen outside if sunny, missing RJ45 plug for sync.
    Value for money interesting even though we know that Pioneer is the market leader.
    I remake that choice but I'll take the CDJ900 can be for one or two additional functions.
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  • exelent

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 02/02/14 at 01:51
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    How long have you use it? 1 months
    Have you tried many other models before buying it? yes Pioneer Denon Gemini ...
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? responsiveness and ease of use are perfect hot loop only drawback has no link and hotcue
    How would you rate the quality / price? very good
    With experience, you do again this choice? unhesitatingly 1 min
  • Pleasant

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 01/26/14 at 03:29
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    Of 2 years and yes denon Nothing to say good stuff safe
  • EXCELLENT

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 01/20/14 at 12:26
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    Acquired a year ago, I use one about once a week.
    I had CDJ 100S, CDJ 200, and 400.
    We find good features "Pioneer" common to other plates that mark.
    It's a bit expensive, but I do it again this NIOHC no problem, because they seem indestructible!
    I also mixed on the 900 and 2000, and frankly, the difference in use does not justify the price difference.
    I also recommend for those who have less budget, CDJ 350 which are extras.
  • Good product

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 01/19/14 at 05:35
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    Platinum affordable value with the same base report that the CDJ 900 or 2000 without rj45 for link. But for the price, we are not disappointed. Very satisfied with my purchase. My silver plates are coupled with an Allen & Heath console area 62, which gives a very tablet without breaking the bank!
  • Good but ...

    Pioneer CDJ-850Published on 01/08/14 at 19:40
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    How long have you use it?
    For more than 3 years

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    CDJ 100S CDJ 500S, CDJ 800MK2, CDJ 1000MK3

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The Jog +, USB, the possibility to connect with software mix harbor (traktor, serato ...)
    The - the price, no Hot Cue

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    Expensive compared to the competition!
    With experience, you do again this choice?
    If the budget allows I Riding in range! ...
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    How long have you use it?
    For more than 3 years

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    CDJ 100S CDJ 500S, CDJ 800MK2, CDJ 1000MK3

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The Jog +, USB, the possibility to connect with software mix harbor (traktor, serato ...)
    The - the price, no Hot Cue

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    Expensive compared to the competition!
    With experience, you do again this choice?
    If the budget allows I Riding in range!
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