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Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus - First Ever Wi-Fi and USB DJ Deck
Compatible with Pioneer's recordbox software DJs can also download the recordbox app and upload music to the CDJ-2000nexus using USB or Wi-Fi connection.
The new Beat Sync feature means the CDJ-2000nexus looks at rekordbox beat grids on up to four connected players and snaps them to the beat of a master deck, freeing up DJs to get truly creative with loops, cues and scratching.
Pioneer's CDJ-2000nexus is the first ever DJ player to have the new Wave Zoom feature which gives more precision on loops and cues.
All of the evolved features on the Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus are designed to fully refresh and enhance the modern DJ experience and bring new freedom and creativity to live performance.
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