The DJM-900NXS is the next level in creativity, delivering excellent connectivity, up-to-date FX and mind-blowing performance features to make it the centrepiece of any professional DJ setup.
Built to stand up to the rigours of professional use, the mixer features improved fader technology and audio circuits that reduce the need for servicing and significantly increase its lifespan.
A built-in USB sound card allows simultaneous input/output of stereo signals from 4 ins and 4 outs, while 96 kHz/24-bit high-sampling processing ensures the audio quality. Connect the unit to your laptop or computer via USB and the settings utility tool will automatically open, allowing you to configure the mixer, sound card and audio routing to suit your preferences.
Six studio-quality sound FX - Filter, Crush, Gate/Comp, Dub Echo, Noise and Space - are available on every channel.
13 channel-assignable Beat FX to mash up the music in sync with the BPM, including as DELAY, ECHO, SPIRAL, REVERB, FILTER, FLANGER, ROLL and REVERSE ROLL.
Use the X-PAD to engage Beat FX and adjust the parameters, all with just one finger.
Quantize snaps Beat FX, cues and loops to the rekordbox beat grid for precision performances.
This mixer is equipped with a 32-bit A/D converter to digitise and enhance sound quality for all outputs, while the 32-bit digital signal processor suppresses digital noise. Even analogue noise is reduced through balanced hybrid operation amps and output circuits.
With Pro DJ Link you can connect multiple players, turntables or laptops via LAN connection and share a single source. Combine this with rekordbox to access pre-prepared loops and cues, sync the beat with the master deck, and access a host of advanced pro-DJ features.
Plug a laptop or CDJ directly into the mixer for DVS (Digital Vinyl System) control of supported software.
* Doesn't support Serato SCRATCH LIVE™
Fully assignable MIDI functionality sends control information to external devices to be used as a MIDI controller.
Use the 3-band EQ isolator to control the high, mid and low frequencies on each channel independently.