Pioneer unveils wi-fi enabled CDJ-900NXS

Pioneer has unveiled the new CDJ-900NXS player, the latest addition to the company's flagship Nexus range of DJ gear.

Like its bigger sibling, the CDJ-2000nexus, the 900NXS is able to play music from a variety of sources, including CDs, USB drives, Mac/PC, and smartphones and tablets via wireless sync with Pioneer's rekordbox app.

The 900NXS also features the same Pro-DJ Link, which allows up to four desks to share the same music source via LAN connection, and is capable of four deck beat sync. The unit also features a full colour LCD screen to make browsing song and viewing waveform and track info easier.

Elsewhere, the new Beat Divide and Slip Loop features allow for advanced on-the-fly loop slicing whilst keeping the original track playing in the background.

CDJ-900NXS is set to launch in December 2013 priced at £1149/€1399. For full spec info head over to Pioneer DJ.

Si Truss

I'm Editor-in-Chief of Music Technology, working with Future Music, Computer Music, Electronic Musician and MusicRadar. I've been messing around with music tech in various forms for over two decades. I've also spent the last 10 years forgetting how to play guitar. Find me in the chillout room at raves complaining that it's past my bedtime.