The MP3 audio format has taken the world by storm and now with the Pioneer CDJ-800MK2 digital vinyl turntable you can play all your MP3s; CBR or VBR at any bitrate fr... Read More
The MP3 audio format has taken the world by storm and now with the Pioneer CDJ-800MK2 digital vinyl turntable you can play all your MP3s; CBR or VBR at any bitrate from CD-R or CD-RW.
Improved Jog Dial
The Pioneer turntable's 7-inch jog dial has been improved to a slightly stiffer feel as well as a new metallic non-slip finish for better scratch performance. The jog dial display is now brighter and has been brought closer to the surface of the jog for better viewing angles. The center display also features 45-degree markers for added visual cueing assistance.
The main display can now show CD-Text and ID3 data for rapid track identification.
Expanded Internal Memory
More memory points can now be recorded to the player's internal memory for rapid recall of your commonly used cue points.
Auto Beat Loop
The Pioneer turntable uses four timing buttons to instantly create perfect 1, 2, 4, or 8 beat loops. When a loop has been produced manually with the loop in and loop out buttons, this feature allows instant 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 beat cuts of the initial loop. Holding the loop-in button allows you to further cut the beat--down to 1/32nd!
Enables a track to return instantly again and again to a cue point just by pressing the surface of the jog wheel.
"Wide" Pitch Control
DJs can use the +/- 100% pitch control range to create new sound effects from opposite ends of the sound spectrum and also to BPM match completely different tracks.
New Metallic Finish
New metallic buttons and pitch slider give the Pioneer CDJ-800MK2 turntable a fresh new look.
Reviewed by 16 customers
I've been spinning with Serato and Technics 1200s for a couple of years now. I picked up a pair of 800s on clearance and they rock. I've played at clubs with the 1000s and they are great too, but the 800s seem to have a better "vinyl" feel. While I was tempted to buy the 850 or 900, I am glad that I saved some $ by going with the 800. If you're using Serato and need to be portable, this is a great deal. Pick up a pair before they are gone. Or later you'll then be forced to buy the more expensive CDJs that really have features that you do not need (if you're using Serato).
I�ۡ���ve been djing for 20+ years and hands down, The Pioneer experience is hard to beat if not impossible to beat. Speaking objectively, sure you can Dj with American Audio, Denom, or even all software, but at the end of the day, while considering the risk factor, Pioneer gives you the peace of mind you need to flow through your set without having to worry about hiccups, sound quality, or equipment failure. From the advice of a Dj that�ۡ���s been in the game going on thirty years, don't even waste your time, energy or money. Go ahead and treat yourself to a pair of these and a compatible Pioneer Djm mixer. You�ۡ���ll have a solid, reliable set, and peace of mind
A lot of others have more features , but these are almost as simple as 1200's... Dont waste your time with other brands . get used to what's in the clubs to start with.
After using the 800MK2's I stopped using the 1000's. I personally think the 1000's are hyped up too much. Don't get me wrong they are great... but the money you save and the technology of the 800's there is no reason to spend that much money on the 1000's. You could get 2- 800's and a decent mixer for the price of 2-1000's. I have 4 of them and I love them. Ok, Pioneer what's next???????
I have been playing with this table for about 2 months and have had no problem with them it's just a really great product especially for simulated vinyl that works just like it I love this turntable for the price of it it's worth buying it even thoughi would u upgrade to a dvj or cdj1000
Ive been having these for a while and they seem to be the best I have come acros, I mean come one theyre Pioneer. The one feature I think it shouldve had would be the hot cues that the 1000's have. Other than that everything else is good, vinyl, looping, pitch settings, and mp3 playback. The best out there. I suggest you get them.
Ok i finally got the Pioneers CDJ 800 mk2 after spinning in various clubs all over South Beach and Florida for years. And i mean each club i would play in, they would either have the Pioneers CDJ 800 or 1000, but i was still stubborn and went ahead and got other brands. After much thought and experience with the other cd players, i am finally decided to get the industry standard cd players, the pioneers which i must say feel great. Scratching, blending beats like i would with Turntables and they work great with the Final Scratch dj software. I encourage all djs to get the pioneer CDJ 800, for quality and value. they are really the pioneers in the biz.
i own and use mine at a local club and there is not a question that these are the standards by which every club uses, why buy something you will never see in a club, they are the best quality you can get and next to the 1000s MK3 you cant get any better get these no matter what anyone else says. its worth the money and if you get a good mixer they almost match the 1000s MK3.
This cd player is one of the best cd players that I have ever came across in my whole career. It has very realistic scratch features. The only thing I like and don't like is the quick return.
I own a pair of these as well, I believe these are excellent choice for the Mobile DJ who doesn't need to break the bank or do extreme mixing! Also the Minimum I would recommend to a club (knowning some club owners like to pinch every penny they can) This will put you in the "Super-Club" status with all DJ's with the Hugh Investment. I would also recomment these to "Newwer DJ's" As this pair is a great way hone your skills to be able to rock the house on ANY Genre Platform! With the scratch tricks I do these out perform the original 800 in keeping it's place on the platter!! A+
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