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Pioneer unveil new 4-channel digital mixer
The company is expanding its DJM series with the introduction of a four-channel digital mixer which integrates an on-board USB sound card as well upgraded FX to give musicians even more performance options than previously thought.
Officials explained that the DJM-750 is a development on the DJM-850 and features a number of new effects including the 'Boost Colour FX', 'Sound Colour FX' and 'Beat FX'. The former two work in tandem with each other to let the DJ know the parameter of both sounds through just one knob.
The built-in USB sound card allows performers to enable simultaneous input and output without sacrificing the quality of sound. DJs can also hook up the mixer to a laptop with a simple USB cable ideal for using specialist software.
Pioneer will be on hand at Musikmesse to offer demonstrations of the new mixer when the event kicks off later today (April 10th) and will carry through until April 13th.
The DJM-750 is available from June with a SRP of £839.
Posted by SR.Posted on 10 Apr 2013 12:46 to category : Instruments News
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