Pioneer has introduced the CDJ-900NXS, a recharged version of its CDJ-900 media players which adds a host of new features. Essentially merging the CDJ-900 with the CDJ-2000 Nexus (Pioneer’s top-of-the-line media players), the CDJ-900NXS boasts a full-color LCD screen, the ability to work with Pioneer’s Rekordbox music storage software, a “master sync” feature that can control up to four decks, and a host of new updates to its looping functions. The walkthrough video below shows off the CDJ-900NXS and its new features (be warned, the initial demo song is one of the worst in recent gear-promo video memory), and the units are expected to hit Europe stores next month before landing in the US in January with an MSRP of $1,699.