The Pioneer CDJ 2000 Nexus was leaked just a few short weeks ago and then quickly announced and then put on sale. So those who already old some old Pioneer CDJ 2000s may be wondering if they’ve just wasted their money and what the differences are. If you haven’t already bought a pair and are looking at buying some CDJ 2000 Nexus’ then you may also be wondering if its worth paying the extra bucks for these over the normal versions.
In this video we review the brand new Pioneer CDJ 2000 Nexus, this is more of an upgrade than a totally new system. All the basics are the same as the original 2000s instead you now have a better screen, more functions such as beat grids on the unit itself, master sync and the wifi mode which is the big feature.
With the launch of the DDJ-Aero having WiFi it seemed odd that the CDJ range didn’t have this function, but now its here with you being able to stream music wirelessly from an iphone or ipad as well as control the unit from within rekordbox. This is the biggest change to the CDJ, with the others being more minor but welcome features. So watch our video, subscribe and comment and find out what the new features do and if they are worth the extra money.