Suggestions for CDJ or other system with USB Capabilities?
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    Default Suggestions for CDJ or other system with USB Capabilities?

    Hey all,

    I'm looking to move towards CDJs, one reason being I'd just like to be able to DJ without my computer as I seem to like that more but at the same time I'd prefer not to use CD's or have the option of using a USB drive if possible so I'm trying to find a CDJ or equivelant that I can hook up to a mixer and use that has USB capabilities. I know for example the CDJ-400 can do it but I was wondering if there were others that I should look into. Any suggestions are much appreciated! Thanks!

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    Google search media players but you can check out DJ Tech they have some media player set up that works with their x10 mixer (great piece of kit)

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    Ndx800/900
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    go for the cdjs man! you will not regret it!

    the 400s are a good start
    CDJ 2000s + DJM 2000

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    Thanks for the suggestions, I'm looking at probably going for the pioneer cdj's but the 400's, 900's and 2000's are the only ones that i've seen that have USB flash drive functionality, is this correct?

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    The pio 350s do as well.
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    350 too but jog is crap
    850 have it also

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    Refurbed 900s are like $900 a deck now, if you want some high end Pios. The 350s will do fine for a bit less, the jogs aren't that bad, but it doesn't have cue loading, which is bizarre to me.

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    you can use usb on the 400s too.

    When i was getting my cdjs i was going to get 350s but figured might as well spend a bit more and get 850s so I wouldnt have to upgrade again for a while.

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    better than refurbished CDJ900 - get the Denon SC3900, it's only 2/3 of a CDJ2000 price

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