Pioneer Unveil the DJM 750
Pioneer has revealed it is to release a cheaper “streamlined” alternative to the industry standard professional mixers it currently has on the market in the forms of the professional orientated DJM-850, 900 and 2000.
The new mixer aims to retain the same build quality and high number of features that have garnered the DJM 750’s older siblings such acclaim whilst stripping back some of the more superfluous features that perhaps only seasoned professionals would take any tangible benefit from. For example the DJM-750 boasts four channels (with three-band EQ/isolator on each) and also retains the familiar sound colour and beat-synced effects user have come to know from Pioneer’s high end mixing range. It also has a few new tricks up its sleeve with the new ‘Boost Colour FX’ capability which lets a DJ add a secondary colour effect into the mix whilst the control knob keeps control of the parameters of both simultaneously. An in-built soundcard with the ability to record sample at up to 96 kHz allows for easy mix recording for those of us without a studio and a a single-cable digital connection for all you laptop DJs out there.
For more details check out the demo of exactly what the DJM can do beneath
The DJM-750 is set for release by Pioneer for June 2013 at a suggested retail price of €999.