Submitted by Lead on 28-12-2003 20:06This content is © 2003-2022 The DJResource
This weekend I've had the privilege to have a test-drive on the brand new Pioneer DVJ-X1 and the DJM-909! These great machines have so much possibilities that the time flied away...
On the first one I still had my DJM-600
in between the MK2 and the DVJ, but later on the DJM-909
got hooked on... With the 909 in between the party was complete. I hope to do a complete review of these product in the near future.
The DVJ handles DVD's just as easy as a CDJ-1000
MK2 would do. You can actually really mix with DVD's. Too bad I had only one
The DVJ has multiple outputs for video connections, you can check on our product page for the exact descriptions. The master outputs send just the output signal. The monitor view has on-screen information about the CUE-points/loops that you have on the CUE and the HOT-CUE's.
On the Memory Card (SD) that can be inserted into the DVJ you can store up to 500 HOT-CUE's. When you activate this menu you get a clear view of your stored CUE point. You can see that I've only stored a few CUE's on my card, but the idea is clear I guess...
I lined the DVJ up with the MK2 to give you an impression how big it is. From the top viewed the size does not seem to be dramatically big.
But when you look at them in a little bit more perspective it looks a lot bigger.
When I put more CDJ's you can see it even better.
Check the evolution of the slot-in loading system
What do you think about Pioneer DVJ-X1 Sneakpreview ??
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There are 10 Comments
Lead wrote on 18-04-2004 @ 11:13
The DVJ-X1 will not be shipped before September 2004 to stores so I would not be so worried about it. When the DVJ will be available in-stores you can go to your local dealer to check it out and eventually purchase the product.
Tobias wrote on 18-04-2004 @ 11:13
I discovered this machine today. I'm just so moved by possiblities this type of manipulation of images and sound in reel-time has.
Price is high for me- any suggestions on the best route to purchase??
W.i.M wrote on 27-05-2004 @ 21:21
djmagoo wrote on 27-08-2004 @ 06:19
great wave page this, i'm a dj in ccancun mexico, does anyone knows if the screan is also part of the dvj-x1 or if it's sold appart?
Lead wrote on 27-08-2004 @ 09:08
The screen is NOT included with the DVJ-X1, but this is one that is use for demonstrational purposes. This is a quit expensive screen (? 1400,-) and there are plenty cheaper possibilities... but this just looks so sweet
jordy wrote on 04-09-2004 @ 23:00
leuk ding maar 1 zo'n ding kost nog meer als mijn hele gear bij mekaar
djdread wrote on 08-09-2006 @ 19:42
SAMBUCA wrote on 18-04-2008 @ 22:54
G-step wrote on 31-08-2009 @ 18:22
100% dat de nieuwe CDJ die 17 sept uit komt zo eruit gaat zien als de dvj!
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