Pioneer CDJ-2000 CD turntable is a touchscreen dancefloor titan
Pioneer's CDJ-1000 CD turntable is used by a raft of famous disc spinning folk, so its long-awaited successor the Pioneer CDJ-2000 is likely to be pretty popular. The Pioneer CDJ-2000 adds a massive 6.1in screen which'll display song info, album art, wave data and all the song facts you need. As well as the 480x234 resolution WQVGA screen, the Pioneer CDJ-2000 has a new touch-sensitive area called the Needle Pad that lets you skip to a specific point in the song. Another seriously exciting new feature of the Pioneer CDJ-2000 is the fact that you can now use it as a MIDI controller for other devices. It also works with Pioneer's Pro DJ Link system which will let you plug in external hard drives and USB keys. Connect a USB drive or external drive into one turntable and it'll be shared with any other Pioneer CDJ-2000 linked up to the system. Now that's what we call convenient. We'll get fully hands-on with the new Pioneer CDJ-2000 turntable tonight at the Ministry Of Sound, so keep an eye on Stuff.tv for more. And in the meantime try our review Pioneer CDJ-400, a slightly more affordable model for bedroom DJs.