XDJ-RX to come bundled with rekordbox DJ: Professional performance software will come free with all-in-one DJ system

From 1st November 2016, Pioneers’ popular all-in-one DJ system, the XDJ-RX, will come bundled with a rekordbox DJ licence worth €139. Rekordbox DJ is the professional performance Plus Pack for their music management software, rekordbox. If you buy an XDJ-RX after 1st November 2016 and it doesn’t have a licence key in the box, you can claim a free one by contacting us via the dedicated page on their website from 7th November 2016 onwards. In this case, there’s no time limit on making your claim.

If you bought an XDJ-RX on 31st October or earlier and you don’t have a rekordbox DJ licence key, you can claim a free one by contacting them via the alternative dedicated page on their website between 7th November 2016 and 31st January 2017. After 1st February 2017, you’ll no longer be able to make a claim. The XDJ-RX is available at an SRP of €1599. Find out more about the all-in-one DJ system here.

If you already own an XDJ-RX and rekordbox DJ, or if you buy them both before 1st November 2016, unfortunately, we can’t refund your rekordbox DJ licence fee. If you buy an XDJ-RX after 1st November 2016 and mistakenly buy rekordbox DJ, we can’t refund your licence fee.

Key Features 
Integrated, familiar layout incorporating two USB-driven players and a two-channel mixer
7-inch, full colour LCD screen displays detailed track information from both players
Build quality and performance features inherited from the club-standard NXS2 set-up:
Quantize
Beat Sync
Slip Mode
Sound Colour FX
Beat FX
Zoomable Waveforms
Quick browsing
Tactile pads for triggering Hot Cues, Loop Slice and Auto Beat Loops
Dual USB ports plus record – record sets, even when two DJs are using a USB port each
Multiple inputs enable use as a stand-alone mixer

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