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You’ll be hard pressed to find a more feature-packed and forward-thinking mixer than Pioneer’s flagship, four-channel DJM-2000 nexus.
As was the case with its predecessor the DJM-2000, the nexus has divided opinion slightly amongst longstanding fans of Pioneer’s older units, possibly for being too much of a leap into cross-platform ‘performance’ territory. It’s hard to fault the quality and implementation of those flashy additions though, and the 2000s are winners in our book.
Central to those features is Pioneer’s Pro DJ Link function, which allows for advanced synchronisation between the mixer and other units, such as Pioneer's recent CDJ-2000 nexus players and laptops running rekordbox. There’s also a touchscreen-controlled Beat Slice feature for rearranging tracks on the fly.
Additionally, there's a built-in eight-channel soundcard, MIDI functionality for controlling external software and an impressive range of quality DJ effects.