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Pioneer Cdj400 & Djm400 2 Ch Mixer


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The Digital CD Deck with MP3 and USB Audio

 

View Demo here

View pdf file in browser here

 

Blurb From the Pioneer web site:

Designed for DJs by DJs and drawing inspiration from our industry standard CDJ-1000 series, the CDJ-400 is a flexible, affordable performance player for the aspiring club DJ to use at home.

 

The CDJ-400 allows you to play your MP3 collection off CD-R/RW discs as well as music from mass storage USB devices, such as USB keys, external hard drives and portable media devices.

 

The deck also features the world’s first Scratch Jog Effects , with three creative scratch effects and an amazing new Loop Divide function.

 

Virtually all of the button and slider functions can send MIDI data via USB output, making it possible for the decks to control external DJ software such as our DJS, an MP3 mixing software that emulates a full Pioneer DJ setup on your PC. It includes 8 innovative effects, a waveform display with cue / looping ability and can convert CD / line input signals to MP3 within an easy to manage music library.

 

Other third party applications will also be supported such as Serato Scratch LIVE on a PC or MAC.

 

The CDJ-400 deck is a perfect partner for the DJM-400 mixer and together they provide the ultimate home party set-up.

 

Watch the video of features in demo at last years BPM here

(Shockwave)

 

Download firmware for the CDJ-400, making it functional as a controller for use with DJ Software Applications if the CDJ-400 is lower than version 1.20.

here

 

Performance Control CDJ-400

Quick Start - Yes

Reverse - Yes

Real Time Seamless Loop - Yes

 

Loop Adjust Out Adjust

Reloop - Yes

Digital Jog Break - Jet,Roll,Wah

 

Memory - CDJ-400

USB Memory Stick Enabled - Yes

Memory - Internal

Cue / Loop Memory - Yes

Shock-Proof - Yes

 

CD Control - CDJ-400

Jog Dial size - 115,0 mm

Jog Dial type - Touch sensitive

Jog Modes - CDJ / Vinyl Mode

Pitch Bend - Yes

Scratch Play / Cue - Yes

Fader Start / Back Cue start - Yes

Relay Play - Yes

Tempo CDJ-400

Master Tempo - Yes

Tempo Control Ranges (CD) - +/- 6%, +/- 10%, +/- 16%

BPM Counter - Yes

Front loading Slot-In CD - Yes

Cue Functions CDJ-400

Auto Cue - Yes

Manual Cue - Yes

Real Time Cue - Yes

Display CDJ-400

Display - Yes

Playing Address - Yes

General CDJ-400

Media Loading Type - Slot

Anti Vibration - Yes

Analogue Output - 1 stereo RCA

Digital Output - Yes

Type of Discs - 12cm CDs

Disc Format - CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD

MP3 MPEG-1 32Kbps - 320 Kbps / MPEG-2 16 Kbps - 160 Kbps

MP3 Folder Search - Yes

 

Included Accessories Power cord, manual, stereo phono cable, Control Cord, Forced Eject Pin, Jog Wheel Screwdriver

 

Specifications CDJ-400

Frequency Response - 4 Hz ~ 20 kHz

Signal to Noise Ratio - 115 dB or more (JEITA)

Distortion - 0,006 % (JEITA)

Power Requirements - 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz

Dimensions (W x H xD) - 217.9 x 107.5 x 296.3 mm

 

http://www.pioneer.eu/images/products/cdplayerdj/pioneer/cdj400_angle_medium.jpg

 

http://www.pioneer.eu/images/products/cdplayerdj/pioneer/cdj400_back_medium.jpg

 

http://www.pioneer.eu/images/products/cdplayerdj/pioneer/cdj400_face_medium.jpg

 

http://www.pioneer.eu/images/products/cdplayerdj/pioneer/cdj400_usb_medium.jpg

 

 

Blurb from the Pioneer Web Site

2 Channel Effects Mixer

 

A compact 2-channel digital mixer with in-loop sampler and digital beat effects. Digital processing technology taken from the top of the range DJM-1000, beat sync effects and 3 band kill EQs combine to make a solid build quality high fidelity performance mixer.

 

Interactive Demo here

also features demo for DJM800!

 

Spec

Channels DJM-400

No. of Channels - 2

Channel EQ - 3 band

EQ Range -∞ ~ 0 dB

Level MeterType - Individual

Level Meter Size - 7 Segment

Input DJM-400

CD/LINE Input - 4

PHONO Input - 2

MIC Input (1/4 inch Phone) - 2

Output DJM-400

Master Output (RCA) - 2

Master DJM-400

Stereo/Mono Switch - Yes

Level Meter Size - 7 Segment

Cross Fader DJM-400

Fader Curve - 2

Effect/Sampler DJM-400

Beat Effect - 6

Auto BPM Counter - Yes

Roll Sampler (Fwd) - Yes

INLOOP SAMPLER - 5 Banks

Effect Level & Depth Volume - Yes

Mic DJM-400

Mic Connection Phone (x2)

Mic EQ - 1 band

Mic EQ Range: -∞ ~ 0 dB

Talkover - 3 Position Switch

Talkover Attenuator Yes

General DJM-400

Color - Black

Dimensions (W x H x D) - 223 x 304.7 x 106.6 mm

Weight - 3.2 kg

Power Consumption - 13 W

SN Ratio: Line 97 dB

SN Ratio: Phono 82 dB

SN Ratio: Mic 78 dB

Harmonic Distortion: -0.007%

Crosstalk - 78 dB

 

 

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The CDJ-400 looks like a nice bit of kit - very modern looking compared with the CDJ-800. I see this retails for only a bit more so is that the end for the 800 model do you think?

 

The Denon DNS-1200's look good as well and they are around £100 cheaper than this. Worth the extra?

 

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I don't know about Pioneer's plans for the 800 but the 400 appears popular for it's features and quality.

You'll find reviews and comments about kit, good and bad no doubt, so I'd suggest always try before you buy anything.

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I have the djm400 mixer and it is excellent. I mix hardcore & drum & bass & this mixer is perfect with it's smooth fader and excellent eq's. The digital sound is also first class and the effects can work wonders in the mix when used right.

 

For a bedroom set up this is perfect. I only mix vinyl so i can't comment on the cdj's, though they do look awesome and i would definately consider them if ever mix cd's in the future.

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Sorry, I got that wrong, the CDJ800 is about £70 more.

 

The top pic is of a set of CDJ200's by the way. They look good but have no USB slot so I think the similarly priced DNS1200's beat them on features.

 

CDJ800 doesn't have effects like the 400, but unlike the 400, the 800 does full vinyl emulation for full scratch control, the 400 doesn't, it just has 4 strange scratch effects.

 

So in a word, the 400 won't be replacing the 800 anytime soon, the 800 is the 1000's little sister.

 

 

Also, the top pic is a CDJ400!

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