MDJ 900: Professional USB Media Player
Inject New Energy To Your Mixes
The MDJ-900 packs tons of professional features into a compact, cutting-edge media player. It’s all about ease of use letting you mix effortlessly without the need for external software. It has a large 8” screen with a touch-sensitive jog wheel, and while using Link and Sync modes it lets you connect up to 4 different PLAYERS with tempo matching on each MDJ-900 freeing you up to create more complex mixes on the fly. DJ’s will get a lot of bang for their buck with the MDJ-900. If you’re looking for a gateway to craft a mix that’s uniquely yours, the MDJ-900 is the best bet.
● Flagship-quality USB media player with 4.3″ color screen, moving waveform, and onboard search and analysis
● 8″ ultra high-resolution capacitive touch platter with center display to deliver professional quality performance
● Network linking opens features like library sharing and BPM sync between units
● Extensive auto-looping support includes 8 auto loops, loop roll mode, and dividing or multiplying loop lengths to create that perfect build
● Up to 4 hot cues per track to give you instant access to those important parts of your music
● Built-in Hipass / Lowpass filter gives you unique mixing possibilities
● The smooth 100 mm pitch fader and adjustable pitch ranges from 4% to 100% lets you mix with surgical precision
● Adjustable platter tension and start / stop times let you dial in the feel that’s perfect for you
● Multiple platter modes available including slip mode, reverse play, vinyl, and stutter cue
● MIDI mode turns your MDJ-900 into an ultimate platter controller – complete with on-screen deck info* (*in Virtual DJ)
FAT, FAT32, HFS+, and NTFS.
No. The MDJ series does not support the use of USB hubs.
Here’s a list of the most common error codes:
ERR R 1001 Bad Update: Typically happens during a Virmware update. Try the update again.
ERR E 1002 Disc Error: Happens when a damaged optical disk is inserted. Make sure the disc is clean and free from scratches.
ERR E 1004 Unsupported File Format: Happens when the inserted USB drive has an incompatible file system. (For example, exFAT).
ERR E 1005 Bad Disc: Happens when the inserted USB drive is corrupt.
To enable the linking functionality, you must connect an Ethernet cable between two devices.
Make sure that you’ve the latest firmware update, then open Settings and look for the continuous play options and set it to ‘Yes’.
Connecting hard drives is unsupported because they typically draw more power than the USB spec allows.