Pioneer XDJ-RR: The New Standalone

XDJ-RR: Standalone Tech, Slashed Price

Standalone functionality akin to the RX2 and design traits from the NXS2 in an affordable, lightweight piece of DJ hardware - this is the XDJ-RR. Next level performance in a 2-channel DJ solution. Become familiar with the club-standard. Feed your transition from DJing at home to holding down parties, bars, and eventually, clubs. The XDJ-RR also includes a Rekordbox DJ licence key equipped to deal with any and every DJ style. Perform via music stored on USB drives, access your library through Link Export or use Performance mode via your laptop.

Built To Perform - Built To Collaborate

XDJ-RR's 7-inch colour screen gives a brilliantly visible display of all your beats with info, waveform and more. Combine with the onboard Beat FX and Sound Colour FX - including HPF, Echo, Reverb and Pitch manipulation - to put your unique stamp on the mix. Dual USB-A ports let you connect 2 drives at once, paving the way for seamless DJ transitions and back-to-back performances. The external AUX input means you can also play music from your mobile or laptop devices should your urge to kick back take over. And perhaps one of the XDJ-RR's most convenient features: record your mix directly to a USB drive and fire to your Rekordbox library for easy editing.

Pro Performance & Features

The XDJ-RR is a high performance piece of DJ hardware; dedicated buttons allow you to remix tracks live, triggering Hot Cues in fresh sequences, chopping loops on the fly with Beat Loop, and by using Slip Loop to re-introduce tracks at vital moments. Delicately constructed EQs and channel faders deliver that fine-tune touch, capitalising on the same curves as the DJM-900NXS2. A piece of the industry standard in a lightweight, intuitive all-in-one design.

Make the Most of Rekordbox

Bundled with our professional performance application, rekordbox dj, the XDJ-RR gives you the power to DJ straight from the box - no add ons required. Unlock even more features by combining the XDJ-RR with Pioneer's DDJ-XP1 sub controller (sold separately)... the crowd won't know what hit them.