Pioneer’s CDJ-350-W and DJM-350-W System now splashed with new pearl white hue

Pioneer’s CDJ-350-W and DJM-350-W System now splashed with new pearl white hue

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Pioneer CDJ-350-W DJM-350-W

Entertainment is known to come in various shapes and shades which all unveil to ignite the owner’s leisure spirits. Pioneer Electronics now takes the covers off its entry-level DJ system namely a DJM-350-W 2-channel mixer and a pair of CDJ-350-W digital media players dressed in a new pearl white version. Besides being drenched in the pure hue, music remixing gets other added advantages in the form of two additional audio effects namely Noise and Short Echo.

DJs can create and belt out tunes via the CDJ-350-W in various digital music files such as AAC, AIFF, WAV and MP3 files stored in either CD-R/RW discs or USB mass storage device class products. The product comes complete with Pioneer’s proprietary music management software called rekordbox which enables owners to easily manage their music files on a computer. The media player further provides BEAT Display Function, Auto BPM Lock, Create Playlist Function and is MIDI-compatible with other DJ software. The Auto Beat Loop Function enables DJs to fashion various loop performances such as Beat Loop, Loop Divide and Hot Loop.

“Offering our gear in more colors than the traditional black is generating new excitement within the DJ community. The HDJ-500 entry level headphones we introduced several months ago are now available in three colors, and are creating a lot of buzz with DJs. We are looking forward to the same reaction with the new pearl white version of the CDJ-350 and DJM-350s,” stated David Arevalo, senior marketing manager, Professional Sound and Visual Division for Pioneer Electronics (USA).

The DJM-350-W enters the tech terrain armed with the popular features sound in Pioneer DJM series of mixers prevalent at clubs. Sporting a commendable appearance, the integrated level meter’s red, white and blue LEDs amidst the white backdrop further sets the dance floor aflame. Four sound effects namely Noise and Short Echo along with Filter and Jet effects are also incorporated into the mixer. The offering also converts analog signals into digital form through a high-performance CPU for a better sound. The company endows the player with MIC/AUX input terminals, Peak level meters, Crossfader Curve Adjustment function, a connected Pioneer CDJ player and P-Lock Fader Cap.

The pearl white DJ system that comprises of two CDJ-350-W players and one DJM-350-W mixer is slated to unveil in January 2011 priced at $2,445.

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