Pioneer DJ has just announced the XDJ-XZ, a new flagship standalone controller, which many are seeing as its response to the Denon DJ Prime 4. Many DJs already invested in the Rekordbox ecosystem held off on purchasing the Prime 4 in hopes that Pioneer DJ would follow suit and release a four-channel standalone unit of its own.
So now that The XDJ-XZ has been announced, DJs around the world are beginning to ask: How does it stack up against the Prime 4? What do they have in common? What features separate one standalone unit from the other? And most importantly, what four-channel standalone unit would be best for me?
We’ll go over the similarities and differences of these two four-channel standalone units to help you decide which unit might fit you the best…
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