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Pioneer PLX-1000 Vinyl Analog Turntable Revealed
Aimed towards professional DJs, you can combine the PLX-1000 with Pioneers pro series DJM mixers, making for an ideal system for vinyl fans.
David Arevalo, from Pioneer Electronics says, "we've stuck to the true philosophy of vinyl... we have added a high performance analog turntable with superb sound quality into the mix."
The main features include a user-friendly layout, high-torque direct drive system providing a stable rotation and exceptional control, a range of tempo adjustments and detachable cable for ease of use when you take the PLX-1000 on the road.
The Pioneer PLX-1000 will be available in August, it marks Pioneer's 20 years in the DJ industry.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 17 Jul 2014 16:46 to category : Instruments News
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