Pioneer DDJ-RR

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The DDJ-RR is the little brother of our professional controllers for rekordbox dj, the DDJ-RZ and DDJ-RX. It has a compact design and intuitive layout with large jog wheels, illuminated on-jog indicators and tactile Performance Pads.This 2-channel controller comes with dedicated controls for rekordbox dj, such as Slip Mode, Release FX, Sequence Load, and Deck Select so you can switch between all 4 rekordbox dj decks by the touch of a button.

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The Pioneer DJ DDJ-RR feels slightly lighter than the DDJ-SR, though both have metal faceplates. It’s got a new black colour scheme that’s consistent with other DDJ-R series controllers. The rest of the enclosure is hard plastic, as is the case with most Pioneer DJ gear.

It ships with a power brick which increases the brightness of the lights, but you can power it with just a USB cable. You can also use it as a standalone mixer for connecting line / phono level devices to it like CDJs and turntables if you want to spin with actual CDs and vinyl.

There are two Needle Search touchstrips here and controls for Rekordbox DJ’s sequencer, which we’ll get to in a minute. The pads are also backlit RGB now, as is the case with more recent controllers.

Jogwheels

The most notable change in the DDJ-RR are the jogwheels: they’re slightly larger than the ones on the DDJ-SR, and have a spiffy (if muted) black colour. I’m digging the look, especially when you plug it in and the formerly red lights are now a mix of blue and yellow.

The centre ring has an LED that lights up in different colours depending on what you’ve got it set to, for example when you’re controlling deck one or two the ring’s blue, and when you’re controlling decks three or four it turns light blue.

I love the jogwheels on the DDJ-RR, I think these are close to perfect as far as controller jogs go, plus they integrate so tightly with Rekordbox DJ (version 4.12 at the time of this writing) that you won’t skip a beat. Kudos to Pioneer DJ for versioning Rekordbox DJ quickly too as a lot of the bugs that plagued earlier versions of the software have been squashed.

Needle Search

The DDJ-RR comes with a touchstrip for Needle Search, which lets you jump around a track directly from the controller itself: in the past you had to hold the Shift button and spin the jog to quickly move around a track, or you could bring your mouse pointer to the point that you want to jump to. It’s a minor tweak, but a welcome one especially for those who would prefer to keep their hands on the controller.

Rekordbox DJ

Just like the rest of Pioneer DJ’s DDJ-R series, the DDJ-RR works specifically with Rekordbox DJ. While mappings for Traktor and Virtual DJ 8 will probably crop up, the DDJ-RR is meant to work tightly with Rekordbox DJ, and the good news is that it works well with it. I’m particularly impressed with the Pad Effects that let you do momentary FX by using the performance pads in the Pad FX 1 setting. Rekordbox DJ has got much more stable since its first outing, and I’ve done a few gigs with it without issue.

There are also controls here for the Rekordbox DJ Sequencer, which let you record, save, and playback audio patterns that you perform via the Sampler. Once stored, you can trigger these Sampler patterns using the Sequence Call feature of the performance pads.

Rekordbox DVS

Another big addition that isn’t readily apparent here is Rekordbox DVS: both channels can be switched to control any of Rekordbox DJ’s four decks or two lines/phono sources, meaning you can hook up a pair of CDJs or turntables for timecode control.This is an important consideration for many who want to take the DVS route but found the DDJ-RX too big (let’s not even talk about the DDJ-RZ). With the DDJ-RR, you’ve got a considerably smaller, decently specified controller that you can spin timecode on at home. You can even take it to the gig and plug the venue’s CDJs / turntables if that’s what you want to do. Again, flexibility is a core strength of the DDJ-RR, and probably its biggest advantage in the market right now.

The mixer

The DDJ-RR can also function as a standalone two-channel mixer with hardware EQs and filters, useful for DJing with actual CDs and vinyl without the need for a computer.

The crossfader is loose and capable of quick cuts but it doesn’t feel as sturdy as the DDJ-SR, and this is probably my only gripe with this unit. The same goes for the channel faders – there’s just something that feels “cheap” about them, but they’re still quite good. Pioneer DJ has also removed the crossfader curve knob and reverse switch from the front of the unit, so if you want to make those adjustments you’ll have to go to the settings menu.

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DescriptionThe DDJ-RR is the little brother of our professional controllers for rekordbox dj, the DDJ-RZ and DDJ-RX. It has a compact design and intuitive layout with large jog wheels, illuminated on-jog indicators and tactile Performance Pads.This 2-channel controller comes with dedicated controls for rekordbox dj, such as Slip Mode, Release FX, Sequence Load, and Deck Select so you can switch between all 4 rekordbox dj decks by the touch of a button.The XDJ-XZ is a professional all-in-one DJ system that’s perfect for events, a bar or club, or your private studio. Wherever you take it, the XDJ-XZ gives you all the features you need to get the job done
The PLX-1000 is precision engineered for the booth, drawing on 50 years’ experience of making high-end turntables. The result is a familiar layout with some next generation improvements, including a high-torque direct drive system, multi-pitch control, club-grade build and sound quality, and detachable power and audio cables. It’s solidly built for excellent vibration damping and ultra-precise, high-grade audio playback. Simply add your choice of cartridge and stylus to the PLX-1000 (not included) and combine with your mixer for an ideal setup for turntablists. An ideal match for DJs is the handmade PC-X10 (sold separately).

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Content The Pioneer DJ DDJ-RR feels slightly lighter than the DDJ-SR, though both have metal faceplates. It’s got a new black colour scheme that’s consistent with other DDJ-R series controllers. The rest of the enclosure is hard plastic, as is the case with most Pioneer DJ gear. It ships with a power brick which increases the brightness of the lights, but you can power it with just a USB cable. You can also use it as a standalone mixer for connecting line / phono level devices to it like CDJs and turntables if you want to spin with actual CDs and vinyl. There are two Needle Search touchstrips here and controls for Rekordbox DJ’s sequencer, which we’ll get to in a minute. The pads are also backlit RGB now, as is the case with more recent controllers. Jogwheels
The most notable change in the DDJ-RR are the jogwheels: they’re slightly larger than the ones on the DDJ-SR, and have a spiffy (if muted) black colour. I’m digging the look, especially when you plug it in and the formerly red lights are now a mix of blue and yellow.
The centre ring has an LED that lights up in different colours depending on what you’ve got it set to, for example when you’re controlling deck one or two the ring’s blue, and when you’re controlling decks three or four it turns light blue. I love the jogwheels on the DDJ-RR, I think these are close to perfect as far as controller jogs go, plus they integrate so tightly with Rekordbox DJ (version 4.12 at the time of this writing) that you won’t skip a beat. Kudos to Pioneer DJ for versioning Rekordbox DJ quickly too as a lot of the bugs that plagued earlier versions of the software have been squashed. Needle Search The DDJ-RR comes with a touchstrip for Needle Search, which lets you jump around a track directly from the controller itself: in the past you had to hold the Shift button and spin the jog to quickly move around a track, or you could bring your mouse pointer to the point that you want to jump to. It’s a minor tweak, but a welcome one especially for those who would prefer to keep their hands on the controller. Rekordbox DJ Just like the rest of Pioneer DJ’s DDJ-R series, the DDJ-RR works specifically with Rekordbox DJ. While mappings for Traktor and Virtual DJ 8 will probably crop up, the DDJ-RR is meant to work tightly with Rekordbox DJ, and the good news is that it works well with it. I’m particularly impressed with the Pad Effects that let you do momentary FX by using the performance pads in the Pad FX 1 setting. Rekordbox DJ has got much more stable since its first outing, and I’ve done a few gigs with it without issue. There are also controls here for the Rekordbox DJ Sequencer, which let you record, save, and playback audio patterns that you perform via the Sampler. Once stored, you can trigger these Sampler patterns using the Sequence Call feature of the performance pads. Rekordbox DVS Another big addition that isn’t readily apparent here is Rekordbox DVS: both channels can be switched to control any of Rekordbox DJ’s four decks or two lines/phono sources, meaning you can hook up a pair of CDJs or turntables for timecode control.This is an important consideration for many who want to take the DVS route but found the DDJ-RX too big (let’s not even talk about the DDJ-RZ). With the DDJ-RR, you’ve got a considerably smaller, decently specified controller that you can spin timecode on at home. You can even take it to the gig and plug the venue’s CDJs / turntables if that’s what you want to do. Again, flexibility is a core strength of the DDJ-RR, and probably its biggest advantage in the market right now. The mixer The DDJ-RR can also function as a standalone two-channel mixer with hardware EQs and filters, useful for DJing with actual CDs and vinyl without the need for a computer. The crossfader is loose and capable of quick cuts but it doesn’t feel as sturdy as the DDJ-SR, and this is probably my only gripe with this unit. The same goes for the channel faders – there’s just something that feels “cheap” about them, but they’re still quite good. Pioneer DJ has also removed the crossfader curve knob and reverse switch from the front of the unit, so if you want to make those adjustments you’ll have to go to the settings menu.
THE POWERHOUSE The XDJ-XZ is a professional all-in-one DJ system that’s perfect for events, a bar or club, or your private studio. Wherever you take it, the XDJ-XZ gives you all the features you need to get the job done. This 4-channel system features a professional layout – so you’ll feel exactly like you’re using our club-standard NXS2 setup. And, thanks to flexible media support, you can choose from a variety of ways to perform. Animate your sets with 14 professional Beat FX and 6 Sound Color FX, and trigger software-specific features using the 16 multicolored Performance Pads. Superior club-ready sound and a host of advanced features are at your fingertips at all times with the sturdily built, single unit. KEY FEATURES CONTROLS OPTIMIZED FOR PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES Feel like you’re playing on the NXS2 setup and get hands-on with all the features you need. Full-size jog wheels enable next-level scratching, and color On Jog Display gives you crucial track information. Add flair with 14 Beat FX and 6 Sound Color FX. FLEXIBLE MEDIA SUPPORT Enjoy the freedom to play the way you want. Plug in a USB drive loaded with rekordbox-analyzed tracks or connect a laptop to use rekorbdox dj or Link Export mode. From early 2020, you’ll even be able to use Serato DJ Pro. SUPERIOR SOUND QUALITY AND MULTIPLE EQS Rev up the crowd with crystal-clear audio thanks to the 64-bit digital signal processor. Fine-tune your entire mix using the 3-band master output EQ. The Feedback Reducer feature stops any “howling” from occurring on the mic, keeping things smooth. PRO DJ LINK EXPANDS YOUR CREATIVE OPTIONS The XDJ-XZ is the first all-in-one DJ system to support Pro DJ Link. Connect equipment like CDJs to the 3rd and 4th channels and sync the audio to your mix. Use the XDJ-XZ’s screen to browse the libraries from the external sound sources. TOUCH SCREEN AND COLOR ON JOG DISPLAY Keep track of all the information you need and focus on your performance. Waveforms, Hot Cues, BPM, and more is displayed via the 7-inch LCD touch screen and the color On Jog Display in the centre of each jog wheel.
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Included Accessories
  • Audio cable
  •  Turntable sheet
  •  Slip mat and sheet
  •  Dust cover
  •  Head shell
  •  Balance
  •  sub and shell weights
  •  Ground wire
Weight 14.6 kg
Drive Method Quartz lock, servo-type, direct drive
Platter Aluminium, die-casting diameter: 332 mm
Motor 3-phase, brushless DC motor
Braking System Electronic brake
Rotation Adjustment Range ±8, ±16, ±50 %
Rotation Speed 33⅓-45 rpm
Wow and Flutter < 0.01 % (Measured by obtaining signal from built-in frequency generator of motor assembly.)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 70 dB
Starting Torque > 4.5 kgf・cm
Start Time Within 0.3 sec (at 33⅓ rpm)
Arm Type Universal type S-shape tone arm Gimbal-supported type bearing structure Static balance type
Overhang 15 mm
Effective Length 230 mm
Tracking Error Within 3°
Height Adjustment Range 6 mm
Proper Cartridge Weight 3.5-13 g
Stylus Pressure Variable Range 0-4 g (1 scale 0.1 g)
Brand Pioneer
Height 159 mm
width 453 mm
USB No
inputs No
outputs 1 ANALOGUE (RCA)
Depth 353 mm

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Get used to a great deck, and you'll want to use it everywhere. And with the PIONEER DJ PLX 500 W turntable, you can. Whether you're an analog enthusiast or a performer at heart, the PIONEER DJ PLX 500 W has features to take you from the living room to the booth. The keynote of this unit is its quality analog playback. This is thanks to a smooth and dependable direct-drive motor, short-excursion tone arm with headshell, cartridge, and stylus, and neutral onboard preamp. On top of that, a die-cast aluminum platter and switchable Phono (mixer)/Line (speaker) output make the PIONEER DJ PLX 500 W a winner for DJing. Performers will love parading their record sleeves on the dust cover's stand. And music lovers will enjoy digitizing their collection via USB while they jam. https://youtu.be/_n5sfhBpr6k Includes everything you need to get started Taking a page from the PLX-1000's book, the Pioneer DJ PLX-500 includes all you need to start enjoying and working your vinyl collection. A dust cover to keep your environment clean. A slipmat for spinning. A quality headshell and cartridge for uncolored playback. And a USB cable and free download of rekordbox software to digitize and manage your records. These accessories are just part of the reason Sweetwater recommends the PLX-500 to first-time performers and analog enthusiasts both. pioneer plx500 white Pioneer DJ PLX-500 Direct Drive Turntable Features:
  • Built for spinning, digitizing, and DJing
  • Quality analog playback:
    • Smooth, dependable direct-drive motor
    • Built-in preamplifier
    • Short path from the stylus to the output
    • Includes headshell with cartridge and stylus
  • Switchable Phono/Line output:
    • Phono out connects to a mixer
    • Line out connects directly to speakers
  • USB output digitizes your vinyl while you enjoy
  • Dust cover with stand shows off your latest release or what's on deck
  • Includes all you need to get started: slipmat, balance weights, stereo audio cables, USB cord, and rekordbox digital download

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Tech Specs

  • Motor:Direct
  • Speeds:33, 45, 78
  • Pitch Control:±8%
  • Arm Style:S Shape
  • Platter:Aluminum
  • USB:1 x Type B
  • Analog Outputs:2 x stereo RCA
  • Digital Outputs:USB
  • Height:6.26"
  • Depth:14.5"
  • Width:17.72"
  • Weight:23.6 lbs.
  • Manufacturer Part Number:PLX500W
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BrandPioneerUSB Storage Support
  • FAT
  •  FAT32
  •  HFS+
MIDI ControlProDJ LinkKUVO readyAuto StandbyrekordboxIncluded AccessoriesNoHeightNowidthNoDepthNoDimensions (with fold-out display)
  • When upper display part is closed (W x D x H): 385 x 451 x 178 mm
  •  When upper display part is upright at 90 degrees (W x D x H): 385 x 457.2 x 418 mm
  •  When upper display part is fully open (W x D x H): 385 x 693.9 x 203.1 mm
ProcessorESS Technologies DAC (ES9018)Soundcard24 bit/96 kHzFrequency Range4 - 40000 HzSignal-to-Noise Ratio115 dBAudio Output Level2.0 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB)Power Consumption51 WDisplay7-inch built-in & 13-inch fold-out full-colour LCD touch screenPlaying AddressWave Zoom DisplayBeat CounterDistortion< 0.0018 %Jog Dial size206 mmJog Dial typeNoJog ModesNoActive LoopAuto Beat Loop4 Beat LoopReloopReal Time Seamless LoopLoop AdjustNoLoop CutterSlip ModeBeat SyncReversePitch BendFader Start / Back Cue startScratch Play / CueQuick ScratchNoRelay PlayFrame SearchNoMy SettingsVinyl Speed AdjustAuto CueManual CueReal Time CueCue point samplerCue Loop MemoryMaster TempoTempo Control stepsNoNeedle Search / Needle DropBPM CounterAudio Sources
  • iPhone/iPad/iPod touch
  •  Android phones/Android Tablets
  •  USB storage devices (flash memory/HDD
  •  etc.)
  •  Computers (Mac/Windows PC)
  •  Optical drive (CD
  •  CD-R/RW
  •  DVD±R/RW/R-DL)
LAN1 (100Base-TX)USB
  • 1 USB A port
  •  1 USB B port
outputs
  • 1 ANALOGUE (RCA)
  •  1 Digital (Coaxial)
Weight
DimensionsN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
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