New Pioneer PLX-500 Turntable

USB out makes it easy to sample your vinyl collection      05/08/16

Pioneer says that their new PLX-500 direct drive turntable is perfect for DJs and vinyl lovers, offering a more versatile vinyl solution for DJing and leisurely listening. This is what they have to say about it...

The PLX-500 is ready to use straight out of the box thanks to its line output, which lets you plug it into your sound system or powered speakers with no need for an external amplifier.

Drawing on our heritage in making high-quality decks, the PLX-500 inherits the layout of the PLX-1000 professional turntable and produces warm, clear analogue sound. The high-torque deck is ideal for scratching and comes with everything you need including a cartridge, stylus and slipmat, and its USB out means you can easily make high-quality digital recordings of your vinyl collection in our free rekordbox software. You can use the PLX-500 and the rekordbox dvs Plus Pack to play and scratch digital files when you combine them with a compatible DJM mixer and the RB-VS1-K Control Vinyl. And you can choose between the black (PLX-500-K) and white (PLX-500-W) versions to match your set-up or the design of your home.


Pricing and Availability:
The PLX-500-K and PLX-500-W are available from September.

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