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Pioneer CDJ-900
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Tabletop DJ player from Pioneer belonging to the CDJ series.

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  • Jc 509Jc 509

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 04/29/12 at 23:58
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    One day
  • PourcinPourcin

    Reliable

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 12/09/13 at 12:47
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    I have for over a year

    I had the cdj 1000 mk3 before ...
    I wanted to have the cdj 2000, but saw their prices .... So I hesitated between cdj 850/900. I finally price 900 because they are pro dj link and looking at music on hard disk or other screen on the 900 is much better than the 850.
    A defect? Its slow to load cd ...
    Cue points in the 1000 mk3 I miss a lot but its buckles are like old cdj 800 except that it has 8 times more!

    I would do this choice
  • MattAmorusoMattAmoruso

    Excellent

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 11/17/13 at 10:44
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    I do not use very little at all and even more these days because I work on the CDJ-2000.
    It completely worth it because it has maximum functionality to the mix.
    Simple, easy to learn, very nice to mix with.
    Loops prepared on the left side of the plate is very nice for live.
    For use with rekordbox for maximum use!
  • thomas210787thomas210787

    very good buy

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 11/04/12 at 08:38
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    I bought a pair of CDJ 900 early last September, and I'm very happy, the navigation is very pratique.La all digital networking RecordBox or on the platen was also very helpful in the evening, this avoids purchase several external digital media.
    with the experience I would do this without buying hesitated.
  • JimboSpinsJimboSpins

    A Must Have For The Working DJ

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 10/06/12 at 21:40
    The Pioneer CDJ 900 is a MP3 CD Player that has all of the professional features needed for the working DJ. You can play back WAV, AAC and MP3 files and play back all files coming from a CD or USB cards. Using USB with the CDJ 900 could not be any easier, as soon as you plug it in slot which is on the face of the unit by the turntable , you will be able to have access to that USB drive right away, no waiting for it to read like some of the older CDJ units from Pioneer. You can connect your external hard drive via USB and have all of your music right at your finger tips and that means you can leave your computer (laptop) at home, because you will have no need for it, that is a huge......
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    The Pioneer CDJ 900 is a MP3 CD Player that has all of the professional features needed for the working DJ. You can play back WAV, AAC and MP3 files and play back all files coming from a CD or USB cards. Using USB with the CDJ 900 could not be any easier, as soon as you plug it in slot which is on the face of the unit by the turntable , you will be able to have access to that USB drive right away, no waiting for it to read like some of the older CDJ units from Pioneer. You can connect your external hard drive via USB and have all of your music right at your finger tips and that means you can leave your computer (laptop) at home, because you will have no need for it, that is a huge selling point for me because not having extra gear to have to carry around means less trips from the car to the club.

    The Pioneer CDJ 900 is very easy to use, you can pretty much get it right out of the packaging and start using it right away. You won’t need to spend hours of looking through the manual to find what you need to understand. The CDJ 900 is also really well built, I don’t think it would be damaged by anything unless you purposely are trying to break it. You can use MIDI to connect certain functions and actions on the CDJ 900 is other controllers you might have in your set up. If you want, you can even connect multiple CDJ 900’s up (4 at the most) by using the link port and they an all share the same songs, memory cards, or USB info.

    The Pioneer CDJ 900 just have everything a working DJ needs. Even if you are on a budget you can still afford the price of the CDJ 900 and not have to worry about killing your bank account. It is a great buy and a must have.
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  • FurraxFurrax

    The heavy

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 08/24/12 at 01:59
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    How long have you been using?
    - 4 months

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    - Controllers in stores, some readers Numark but no more ...

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    More -> First the screen tilted very nice, display weveform, fashion underwear, automatic loop and speed of the machine.
    Least -> At the moment I do not see.

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    With experience, you do again this choice?

    The cdj 900 enters the world of Pro hence its price, it is essential that ask for more! it is sturdy, it is solid!
    With the experience to make the same choice yes but I think a mounted range clutched smarter ...
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    How long have you been using?
    - 4 months

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    - Controllers in stores, some readers Numark but no more ...

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    More -> First the screen tilted very nice, display weveform, fashion underwear, automatic loop and speed of the machine.
    Least -> At the moment I do not see.

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    With experience, you do again this choice?

    The cdj 900 enters the world of Pro hence its price, it is essential that ask for more! it is sturdy, it is solid!
    With the experience to make the same choice yes but I think a mounted range clutched smarter
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  • Soul jlSoul jl

    DO NOT HESITATE!

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 07/04/12 at 01:21
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    I use it only 15 days sinc.
    Newbie, I went straight to the Hercules RMX to Pioneer.
    This post is not intended to describe the technical capabilities of the machine, there are plugs for it.
    For cons, I posted to maybe help those who fumble as I had done.
    Place a small controller to a material that I would call semi-pro may seem rushed and déraisonable in terms of a rapidly changing and yet: I asked the two beasts, connections done, I abandoned forward by the doc.
    It's a bomb ..
    And the amazing thing is this ease in understanding the commands, functions ..
    Everything is ultra-intuitive, your brain already knows where to go and remember every day.
    All this to say to those......
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    I use it only 15 days sinc.
    Newbie, I went straight to the Hercules RMX to Pioneer.
    This post is not intended to describe the technical capabilities of the machine, there are plugs for it.
    For cons, I posted to maybe help those who fumble as I had done.
    Place a small controller to a material that I would call semi-pro may seem rushed and déraisonable in terms of a rapidly changing and yet: I asked the two beasts, connections done, I abandoned forward by the doc.
    It's a bomb ..
    And the amazing thing is this ease in understanding the commands, functions ..
    Everything is ultra-intuitive, your brain already knows where to go and remember every day.
    All this to say to those who wish to take the plunge DIRECTLY that there's no problem, provided, however, for having made the tour of your old system, even the simplest.
    Remains well-to work on, is still sooner or later to open the manual to get a few key points.
    I would do of course that choice, my only regret having spent hours on forums until doubt not hours!
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  • pierreblc91pierreblc91

    Perfect tool

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 01/18/12 at 13:29
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    I used a pair for one month, after making all sorts of tests.

    I have used Pioneer CDJ 1000MK3 900 200 400 800MK2 2000, denon dns 1000 1200 3700.
    I regularly use CDJ 800MK2 1000 and DNS

    +:
    - Pro DJ link with rekordbox, excellent to get everything ready to have its entire library available, with a large computer screen next to if needed. Sync with iTunes. Avoid multiple usb.
    - Ergonomics: USB Ethernet Speed ​​Reading CD, big screen split in two (left to right) in the search for music, large jog, while well thought out
    - Use: very easy to use Jog (Pioneer), pitch 0.02%, hot loops and ESPECIALLY QUANTIZE, tag list, this function too well to perfect curls!
    - Slip mode, fun......
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    I used a pair for one month, after making all sorts of tests.

    I have used Pioneer CDJ 1000MK3 900 200 400 800MK2 2000, denon dns 1000 1200 3700.
    I regularly use CDJ 800MK2 1000 and DNS

    +:
    - Pro DJ link with rekordbox, excellent to get everything ready to have its entire library available, with a large computer screen next to if needed. Sync with iTunes. Avoid multiple usb.
    - Ergonomics: USB Ethernet Speed ​​Reading CD, big screen split in two (left to right) in the search for music, large jog, while well thought out
    - Use: very easy to use Jog (Pioneer), pitch 0.02%, hot loops and ESPECIALLY QUANTIZE, tag list, this function too well to perfect curls!
    - Slip mode, fun to use whatever little use to me.
    - HID, I use it, but installation of native traktor, very easy, no need of other sound card.

    -:
    - CD is stuck once, for a moderately acceptable product at that price (a metal rod to take out the cd is placed below the plate)
    - It will seem silly, but one thing bothers me a lot: In rekordbox with ethernet, to choose the categories active / inactive, but impossible to choose the tree. For example, after just Artist Album, and Title, and that's how! But that does not tell me the album, I would like, when I scroll through the artists on the left of the screen, see the titles on the right, or I still see "All securities" (because no album) then you have to press "all titles" to see the titles, and this greatly reduces the imagination that we can have on the music because we do not see them directly. Problem more or less solved by filling the tags "album" with the titles of the music (thank you TagScanner software), but it's a shame that this is not modifiable.


    Excellent quality, high price => average quality

    I knew what to expect by buying (great debate vs 850 900), I finally opted for those there (ethernet, wide screen etc. ..) and I'm not disappointed, this choice I would do without hesitation especially when this quality is unmatched in any competitor.
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  • axel_kaxel_k

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 01/02/10 at 16:55
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  • dj-house35dj-house35

    Pioneer CDJ-900Published on 01/25/10 at 00:35
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    - <strong>For how long have you been using it?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">1 month.</span>
    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">CDJ 400 and CDJ 1000. That's why Pioneer ....
    </span> - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">Most?
    The USB key (16GB for me) to transfer the latest additions to the points changed with recordbox, my 1000 seemed so old I was next to the 900 ...
    The least?
    I do not see that one, it is slow to copy from USB recordbox.
    -</span> What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">Cher ... but this is the......
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    - <strong>For how long have you been using it?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">1 month.</span>
    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">CDJ 400 and CDJ 1000. That's why Pioneer ....
    </span> - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">Most?
    The USB key (16GB for me) to transfer the latest additions to the points changed with recordbox, my 1000 seemed so old I was next to the 900 ...
    The least?
    I do not see that one, it is slow to copy from USB recordbox.
    -</span> What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">Cher ... but this is the Pioneer! 1150 Cash is always better than 1300, I find that a price of 1100 euros would have agreed more.
    </span> - Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    <span style="font-weight: normal;">Yes! Once you have tasted no turning back.</span></strong>
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