Pioneer DJ REVEALS New DJM-A9 mixer: ‘significantly enhanced’ 4-channel mixer

Is it time for the DJM-900NXS2 to move on?

Pioneer DJ has been teasing online about a new set of tools for a few weeks now! Many thought it would be a new Pioneer DJ controller, but it turns out it’s actually a version of a new four-channel mixer, the DJM-A9.

Pioneer DJ’s new mixer, possibly intended to replace the industry’s DJM-900NXS2 workhorse, has a host of new features, including a Center Lock feature for Sound Color FX and a new mixer design that provides more space around the EQ knobs.

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The channel selector is now a dedicated button, while the channel input section now comes with a high-quality 32-bit ESS A/D converter for “clear, high-fidelity sound” that takes the sound quality of the DJM-900NXS2 to another level.

The Beat FX and microphone section have also been “significantly” improved, says the Pioneer DJ.

There is a Bluetooth input that you can point to any channel and both rekordbox and Serato are supported.

A cryptic image was posted on the brand’s social networks with the text: “Out of this world, you will arrive soon. 02/28/23″. We can see why people would guess that it would be a new DJ console.

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The DJM-A9 mixer is priced at $2,699 / €2,799 / £2,456 and is expected to ship in early March. Find out more at the Pioneer DJ website here:

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