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April Clare Welsh
19 June 2023, 13:08

LEGO Pioneer CDJ 2000 Nexus with playable features submitted to ideas platform

The set, which contains 2628 pieces, includes a tempo fader and two replaceable LED panels


A LEGO version of Pioneer CDJ 2000 Nexus has been submitted to the brand's Ideas platform.

The proposed set, which would contain 2628 pieces, includes several playable features, including a tempo fader, a USB stick that can be placed in and out of the socket, two replaceable LED panels. If the submission for the idea reaches 10,000 supporters, it may be made into an official LEGO set. 

On one LED panel, the waveform can be adjusted with the jogwheel, just like on a real turntable, the set's description states

"This new-age classic piece plays a significant role in the life of clubs and parties," reads the blurb from designer Tamás Borján. "DJs are playing the best music on this, mixing the songs together with great precision."

At the time of writing, the submission has 394 supporters. Show your support for the idea here. 

Last year, creator Eliot O'Brien submitted an idea to the Ideas platform to create Daft Punk's iconic shiny helmets as LEGO collectibles.

Back in 2021, inventor and musician Look Mum No Computer also designed a fully functioning set of DJ decks made of LEGO, which even had two LEGO slipmats.

Last year, we saw YouTube creator Brick Technology fashion a drum machine entirely out of Lego Technic pieces. The fully operational drum sequencer, which draws from a Roland TD-9 drum module and drumming production software (Toontrack’s Superior Drummer 3), uses LEGO pegs to mechanically hit piezo pickups that trigger the drum sounds.

Back in 2020, Pioneer unveiled the long-awaited CDJ-3000.