Pioneer DJ doesn’t do as many “alternative paint job” releases as they used to – but today they introduced a brand new look for their top-of-line NXS2 club rig. Keep reading for the details!

The Limited Edition NXS2-Ws

As with a few of the other paint jobs in the past, these all-white CDJ-2000NXS2s and DJM-900NXS2s are a limited run. Pioneer DJ likes to have super-exclusive runs, and the numbers in this production run are incredibly low – here’s what the press release shares:

We’re releasing exclusive new versions of our flagship multiplayer and DJ mixer in a brilliant white finish. A strictly limited run of 1,200 CDJ-2000NXS2- W decks (200 for the USA) will be produced, along with 600 DJM-900NXS2- W mixers (100 for the USA). Each unit will be stamped with a distinctive plaque featuring a unique serial number.

The Limited Edition plaque numbers on each unit

What Will They Cost?

With these limited edition runs, there tends to be a significant mark up. Each one of the white units (both CDJ and DJM) will run $2299 – just $100 over the street price of the normals NXS2s. They’ll be available starting in mid-October

What About The Original NXSs?

If you recall, the last white colored set-up for club gear was the original non-Nexus CDJ-2000s and DJM-900s. Pioneer skipped over the NXS units entirely, preferring instead to produce sexy-but-smudge-prone platinum editions featured in this James Zabiela performance:

As the original NXS units have been retired, we’ll never see all-white gear for that generation. If you’re into the idea of manufacturer-made limited edition colors, this could be for you – but if you care mostly about price, it’s probably a bit steep!