This package contains the following items:
- 2 x Pioneer CDJ900 Nexus
- 1 x Pioneer DJM250 Mk2
- 1 x Pioneer DM40 Pair
- 1 x Pioneer HDJ-CUE1
The CDJ-900NXS builds on the success of its predecessor, the CDJ-900, plus it’s packed with new technology including a full colour LCD screen, Beat Divide, four-deck Beat Sync and the ability to play sets from a smartphone.
The DJM-250MK2 has inherited some of the professional features of the popular DJM-900NXS2, such as the Magvel crossfader and Sound Color FX filter. Straightforward controls, a clear layout, and dedicated 3-band isolators let you scratch and mix instinctively.
The dithering technology on this mixer results in warm, high-quality audio from both analogue and digital sources. Plus its built-in sound card lets you connect the mixer to your PC/Mac and use rekordbox dj to perform with CDJs. Or hook up the DJM-250MK2 to turntables and use rekordbox dvs in combination with our control vinyl to scratch and mix with digital files stored on your computer.
DM40 4" Desktop Monitor Speakers
The compact DM-40 desktop monitors bring excellent audio quality to your home setup. They inherit the best from Pioneer's professional S-DJX series and Pro Audio speakers, including a front-loaded bass reflex system for a rich, tight bass and DECO technology for a wider reach and sweet spot.
All these features are combined in a compact design making the DM-40 the perfect match for DJing, producing and simply enjoying music at home.
The HDJ-CUE1 headphones are perfect if you're starting out as a DJ. They feature a professional look and feel, rich sound, foldable design, and a high-quality finish – all for a modest price. Using the same drivers from the professional HDJ-X5 model, the HDJCUE1 headphones are specially tuned to make the most of the low frequencies in the bass and kick drums that are so important for mixing. This great sound quality is essential so you can hear all the detail in the music, enabling you to decide if a track is good enough to play at your next party, and so you’ll know exactly what your friends are going to hear when you drop the track in your set.