COMPACT AND PORTABLE: Though it feels like Pioneer’s advanced DDJ-1000 DJ controller, the DDJ-800 is 1.3 kg lighter so you can comfortably transport it between events.
JOG DISPLAY: Keep your eyes on the deck and off your computer thanks to the customizable Color LCD On Jog Display located in the centre of each jog wheel. Reveal only the information you need, whether that’s BPM, waveform, playback position or Hot Cue and Loop points.
FEEDBACK REDUCER: Enjoy peace of mind when you hand the mic to guest speakers and MCs. The Feedback Reducer feature in rekordbox will instantly detect and reduce the ‘howling’ sound of microphone feedback so you’ll remain in complete control of the audio.
CLUB-STYLE LAYOUT: Performing on the DDJ-800 feels like you’re using a professional NXS2 set-up. The controller’s buttons, knobs and faders are arranged in the same way as those on our club-standard CDJ and DJM gear.
AUDIO MIXER FEATURE: Use the DDJ-800 to control the channel faders, trims, and EQs of external equipment such as turntables and media players. Additionally, you can also manipulate sound from external sources using the software’s FX when the controller is connected to a PC/Mac running rekordbox.
Feeling adjust: Use Feeling Adjust to customize the resistance of the jog wheels
Beat FX: Add flair to your mixes the second inspiration strikes thanks to the dedicated Beat FX display. Within easy reach, you can apply the popular FX of our DJM-series mixers quickly and accurately.
Performance Pads: Hit the 16 back-lit rubber Performance Pads to trigger Hot Cues, Pad FX, Beat Jump, Sampler, Keyboard Mode, Beat Loop and Key Shift at a touch.
Plug and play: Simply connect the DDJ-800 to your PC/Mac to enable rekordbox. You don’t need to enter a license key to use the software with the controller.
Key shift: Automatically change the key of your next track to match the master deck and shift keys up or down to mix any combination of tracks in perfect harmony.
Page: Access 16 Hot Cues per deck with the Page feature. Switch between displaying cues 1-8 and 1-16 at a touch to trigger each of them in a single track.