Fun add-ons to a generic Pioneer setup
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    Hey Guys

    The club i DJ in has just bought the new NXS2 kit, with 2xCDJ2000nxs2 and 1xDJM900nxs2. All 3 DJ's playing at our club uses Rekordbox off USB sticks, so a Pioneer setup was the best way to go.

    This opened up the possibility for one of our DJ's to use his SP1 from Pioneer to control Hot Cues, which i thought was pretty cool.

    However, i dont really use a lot of Hot Cues doing a night of DJ'ing, so the SP1 is not something i am that intersted in. But are there any other fun add ons that you could throw on to the most generic DJ setup in the world. Of course the Roland TR8 comes to mind, but i would love to hear if anyone had found other fun gadgets to add to their DJ setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alsiboy View Post
    Hey Guys

    The club i DJ in has just bought the new NXS2 kit, with 2xCDJ2000nxs2 and 1xDJM900nxs2. All 3 DJ's playing at our club uses Rekordbox off USB sticks, so a Pioneer setup was the best way to go.

    This opened up the possibility for one of our DJ's to use his SP1 from Pioneer to control Hot Cues, which i thought was pretty cool.

    However, i dont really use a lot of Hot Cues doing a night of DJ'ing, so the SP1 is not something i am that intersted in. But are there any other fun add ons that you could throw on to the most generic DJ setup in the world. Of course the Roland TR8 comes to mind, but i would love to hear if anyone had found other fun gadgets to add to their DJ setup?
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    But are there any other fun add ons that you could throw on to the most generic DJ setup in the world
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    You should have an idea for what you want to achieve before you go looking for something new to buy.

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    What about an RMX100 or 500?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deevey View Post
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