Summary: I am going to give this CDJ a 9/10... It is worth it and it does what it does very well.... Reliable..lightwheight and stunning appearance. Great features and it will make any Dj have fun... I dont regret choosing this over the Cdj 2000's ... Slip mode is beast. sure more lights on the buttons and platter would have been nice..but in the end..its the same exact thing... Hot cue i dont know why it's not here.... even stanton c304's have hot cues and samples...
Summary: If your like me, and finds traktor and serato hard to download or use or just too much then the cdj900 is for you. Just download your music to a flash drive Or a hard drive and off you go. Very easy to use right out the box.
Summary: After 6 month's of normal use (only Friday and Saturday) My CDJ-900 fail, I can't unload the cd's (error code E-9101),Pioneer costumer service suck's, a bunch of DJ's out there had the same problem on 900's and 2000's, if you buy one try to use it everyday load and unload cd's see for yourself, these are not built to last, If you are a mobile Dj take a third CDJ with you just in case.
Summary: I really hope CDJs were not made this cheaply in the past, and I really hope the 2000's have a much better look and feel. I mean is this a joke? I thought I got a great deal on a brand new one, right around $1,100.00! I couldn't have been more disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it works perfectly... But it feels like a toy (a $1,000 toy!). I have a DDJ-SX which feels miles more professional than this product.
Summary: I was in an internal battle as to whether or not I should get the CDJ-900 or the CDJ-2000. The price gap is quite a bit but those CDJ2000s just look amazing. I ended up getting these along with the DJM700. I could not have made a better decision in my opinion. There are so many different things the CDJ900s can do that it will take you a while to make use of every single feature before you are wanting even more.