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For connecting multiple CDJs to a Mac, as well as designating them as audio output device targets for your supporting DJ software, you will first need to set up an aggregated device. This can normally be accomplished by using Audio MIDI Setup, a utility which comes bundled with Mac OS X. We have provided an alternative program called CDJ Aggregator, which simplifies this procedure to a single click.
Please also download the instruction manual and read through it before installing the tool.
This tool is not necessary for Windows users because Windows CDJ drivers support audio output to multiple devices. Please be sure to install and use the Windows drivers corresponding to your CDJ device.
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This driver will allow you to connect your CDJ to a PC.
Please read the Manual for the installation procedure.
Unzip the downloaded file "PioneerCDJDriver****exe.zip". This file will appear: Pioneer_CDJ_Driver_****.exe
Windows 8.1 verification was completed. Use the latest driver.
Installation issue with Microsoft Windows 8 / 8.1
Mac OS users:
You don't have to install this driver software. Mac OS standard audio driver will be automatically installed when your CDJ is connected to your Mac with a USB cable.
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The CDJ-2000 has a USB HID/MIDI control interface and sound card, so you can use your CDJ-2000 with third-party DJ software like Traktor or Virtual DJ Pro and play music in high quality audio.
To use third party DJ software with Pioneer products with Windows operating systems, you will need to install the drivers by downloading them from above, or from the CD that came with your CDJ-2000. Mac users do not need drivers.
The latest support information on how to connect your CDJ-2000 with third party DJ software can be found below, including setup instructions and connection schemes.