Pioneer announced two new products for those engage in the art of DJ-ing, the CDJ-350 digital media player and the DJM-350 2-channel mixer. They will be released in June 2010 for $850 and $750 respectively.
The CDJ-350 (device on the left and right) is basically a digital music playback that allows users to create DJ performance. It supports playback of MP3, AAC, WAV and AIFF files from USB storage devices and CD-R/RW as well as audio CD. It features BEAT Display Function, Auto Beat Loop Function, Auto BPM Lock and is MIDI compatible with DJ software. The CDJ-350 is vibration-resistant thanks to the Shock-Proof Memory and Floating Architecture.
On the other hand, the Pioneer DJM-350 (the unit in the middle) is a 2-channel mixer that is capable of direct recording to USB devices. It is equipped with four types of effects, Filter, Crush, Jet and Gate, enabling users to further enhance remixing capabilities. The mixer features also Isolated 3-Band Equalizer, Digital Conversion, MIC/AUX input terminals and Crossfader Curve Adjustment function.