asked this on November 5, 2012, 05:19
the more I read about Nexus the more I get frustrated with my CDJ 2000. Pioneer is talking about 'significant improvement' in the Nexus Master Tempo vs the CDJ 2000 mk1. How can they improve something that is just binary, it works or it just doesn't work.
As soon as the 2000s were released I sold my CDJ 1000s and bought the 2000s straight away. A couple of years later Pioneer is telling me the model I bought at such a high price was kind of a draft, it is discontinued and if I want the real thing that is definitely the Nexus I should go for. This is ugly behaviour. AT LEAST COULD THEY MAKE AN OFFER ON OUR CDJ 2000S TO HELP US BUY THE NEW ONES???