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2-Channel Mixer from Pioneer belonging to the DJM series.

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    Pioneer DJM-707Published on 02/16/05 at 08:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    J 'sai nothing ca terrible it in any ca
    A real little bomb for those spineless passser mix tech with a scratch table while retaining the equalizer line like on a conventional table.

    USE

    Yes I find it quite to my taste and prefer the alignment of the equalizer to scratch another table
    I mix techno must be for her ca
    When manual I have not had need to read

    SONORITS

    The sound is clear progress compared to my DJM500 eve
    m and above what has hit s' is qualiter of the preview is better too
    Pioneer has so move a little at this level the
    the console out over fishing that a DJM500 also
    so basically pioneer progress at least for me anyway
    An adjusted dureter crossfader......
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    J 'sai nothing ca terrible it in any ca
    A real little bomb for those spineless passser mix tech with a scratch table while retaining the equalizer line like on a conventional table.

    USE

    Yes I find it quite to my taste and prefer the alignment of the equalizer to scratch another table
    I mix techno must be for her ca
    When manual I have not had need to read

    SONORITS

    The sound is clear progress compared to my DJM500 eve
    m and above what has hit s' is qualiter of the preview is better too
    Pioneer has so move a little at this level the
    the console out over fishing that a DJM500 also
    so basically pioneer progress at least for me anyway
    An adjusted dureter crossfader and terrible still a good point for pioneer.
    only regret the equalizer adds the frequency that up to +6 db is up a good 12 on DJM500 / 600 but good s' is a scratch table too.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Soon four days and I'm a big wild first apparently s is the solid will be seen in 1 year that ca said.
    I think so I do it again this choice without hesitation.
    Long live the crossfader and adjustment of dureter really very pleasant and convenient.
    I have to pay 650 euro promo in Belgium or j 'lives of BTW and s' is a good promo that price I find that s' is not theft personnelement.
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 03/26/04 at 06:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    One of the big news of the beginning of 2004 ...
    Mixer two ways:
    - 2 line inputs
    - 2 phono-line
    - An input session
    - A send / return for fx
    - XLR Master 1
    - Master 2 on rca
    - A booth output
    - Entered a mic combo
    - 2 start (by fader or button)
    Triple correction (switchable) + gain by

    UTILIZATION

    A little clutter to a 2-channel mixer, the bottom is littered with the state of diode reverse / fader start and another.
    The switches in turn seem super fragile because too close and too upaders proméminents, I really afraid of breaking them stupidly.
    Their position is adjustable comem it any mixer, except that here you are asked to bring home the Pio for that! It''s......
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    One of the big news of the beginning of 2004 ...
    Mixer two ways:
    - 2 line inputs
    - 2 phono-line
    - An input session
    - A send / return for fx
    - XLR Master 1
    - Master 2 on rca
    - A booth output
    - Entered a mic combo
    - 2 start (by fader or button)
    Triple correction (switchable) + gain by

    UTILIZATION

    A little clutter to a 2-channel mixer, the bottom is littered with the state of diode reverse / fader start and another.
    The switches in turn seem super fragile because too close and too upaders proméminents, I really afraid of breaking them stupidly.
    Their position is adjustable comem it any mixer, except that here you are asked to bring home the Pio for that! It''s really nptk ...

    Section adjusting fader / Xfade.
    - Inversion of the 2 + cross upfader
    - Adjusting the curve of the cross separately on each side
    - Adjusting the curve of each upfader
    - Adjusting the distance of attack of the crossfader
    - Adjusting the hardness of the cross (not very noticeable and a little gadget I think ...)

    The manual details extensively the different use of the start function and its agents, but who cares a finally force the manual is useless ...

    SOUNDS

    I clearly recognized the Pioneer (which I'm not a big fan) is far from the clarity of SA8 or SA12 but the ears accustomed to the Vestax will not be out of place ...

    The sound is still good (I did not say excellent), breathless with dynamic honest, of course everything is subjective, but "appear" that the table includes a compressor, and the block diagram of Regar the table I came across a mysterious "HPF" (?!?) which is located between the module and the mix output block, ie all their transit through him ...

    The equalizer is especially known to be very discreet I find that either + or - it is still very subtle but right now I could not listen on large system ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have the table for about 3 days, she has already suffered a session with five excited, and so far (I knock on wood) it going again ...

    What I like about this table is the concept generally, the possibilities of using the 4 line. However the fact that it is a Pioneer (sound quality and price) is a bit hard to digest and I think the bottom too crowded and disorganized. but hey it's the engineers who make the table at Pioneer ... not dj

    Another big problem in my opinion: the inverters.
    They are great in the wrong place in the top left of the vertical part, and therefore are not aligned with the faders. This means that vosu can not adjust the table to the touch is essential to bend down to find the right button ...

    So given my previous table: Gemini PS626/Killer 19, 3002 Numark, Vestax 05, DJM 300/500/600, Stanton SA8 - SA12 is not the best I've had tabel but if it totu the most expensive and the price is not justified (sound clarity, ergonomics).

    I do referrer aps that choice (I say this every time) because I think that's 800 euro for abuse of dominant position, for me this table is 600 euro maximum for I have found less thought that Stanton SA12 and the sound is not what we expect from this price range. The compressor gives fishing but I do not feel quite the dynamic on the table, but I wait to test on a big system to get an idea of ​​its final ...

    CONCLUSION:
    Pioneer offers a table with interesting features, however, ergonomics (and certainly the sound) are not totu in line with the price but that's a habit must Pioner of consumers to absorb costly DJM909, DMP555 and DVD-DJ ...
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 08/31/05 at 06:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Many connectors are available and therefore adaptable to most equipment.
    No effect (it's not worse).

    I think the table quite hot (?)... to see ...

    UTILIZATION

    The main functions are snuff in hand in less than 20 minutes. It's good that big table not laugh.

    The manual is pretty good. Nothing is too much anyway.

    Settings characters: everything is adjustable. it's true that it's not bad but in fact it typically cost to the default setting, otherwise it does strange things ...

    A small flaw: the interlock Transform poorly located: just above the cross -> Sure enough, in the heat of the moment, I started a without realizing it and therefore selected another output unless I......
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    Many connectors are available and therefore adaptable to most equipment.
    No effect (it's not worse).

    I think the table quite hot (?)... to see ...

    UTILIZATION

    The main functions are snuff in hand in less than 20 minutes. It's good that big table not laugh.

    The manual is pretty good. Nothing is too much anyway.

    Settings characters: everything is adjustable. it's true that it's not bad but in fact it typically cost to the default setting, otherwise it does strange things ...

    A small flaw: the interlock Transform poorly located: just above the cross -> Sure enough, in the heat of the moment, I started a without realizing it and therefore selected another output unless I like it ... There's also other buttons that need to be careful not to inadvertently support.

    I think it's the main flaw of this table must not have fingers to use them properly lumberjack

    SOUNDS

    I am disappointed that when you put the equalizer to a minimum, there is still sound coming out, a lot. In fact, it would have had there are kills. So it's my fault ... however, this is not really detrimental in mix and I finally learned that the kills were not far from a gadget, which is not present on the tables very high-end ...

    Otherwise it's big sound. Not necessarily clear, but quality nonetheless. I like it ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Warning: This is a table clearly intended to hip hop, RnB, scratch. No electro. I already knew before buying it but hey I still made for various reasons.

    I have since late July 2005.

    I like his general appearance, it's still good stuff I think. I do not like the fact that it not cut the sound when the equalizers are zero.

    Previous model: a shit Expelec purchased crossroads, which was ultimately correct.

    value for money: correct.

    If it again, I again saw the same Denon X300 is no longer available!
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 01/21/06 at 14:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Just click here a two-channel mixer with two inputs for each diffrent cd and lines (so'm done: pc, mini disc, mp3 ...)-Phono (old .. I will make enemies LOL) a little button to select one or the other, short of classic.

    the table allows a return effect and an output for monitoring prvue (cost of the cabin) nothing really thundering knowing that it is intended to nightclubs.

    It has numerous rglages: in fact you can set the curves of the faders and crossfader.; Can inversser the Coubre of all this separment rgler and the hardness of sliding the crossfader. with all this if there is not the right rglage ...
    also allows the table if you have to control the turntables pioneer......
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    Just click here a two-channel mixer with two inputs for each diffrent cd and lines (so'm done: pc, mini disc, mp3 ...)-Phono (old .. I will make enemies LOL) a little button to select one or the other, short of classic.

    the table allows a return effect and an output for monitoring prvue (cost of the cabin) nothing really thundering knowing that it is intended to nightclubs.

    It has numerous rglages: in fact you can set the curves of the faders and crossfader.; Can inversser the Coubre of all this separment rgler and the hardness of sliding the crossfader. with all this if there is not the right rglage ...
    also allows the table if you have to control the turntables pioneer Departure of the song with the crossfader. the point where the song starts is also adjustable. Voil I went around to all is the résumé <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>because I think that effects it works better if they released a ffects a real box!</span>

    UTILIZATION

    To mix a little fun is not very complicated but if you scratch your of the ennervs srement you will spend some time argler the crossfader. Who must demand.

    Systm prcoute of the trs is instinctive and does not require any adjustment period.

    button that enables or not to use the equalizer appears trs aprciable and can therefore be used to effect "kills".

    the manual is a spcial can see on some obscure dtails.

    SOUNDS

    I is not had a chance to try it on a big Systm so I can not say much about it but for now I like the sound well.

    the compressor (Intgr gives EHJV. there is no sound parasite.
    the qualiseurs are rgal, grade they wish to trace the permetent AIGS without a cry.

    we can blame them has merits it does not give the same result that a djm 600, but I find it even when not hurt.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I did that for qq dj day but I'm a fan!

    I prfere on the table is his ergonnomie: all hands on!
    I think that gives us a pioneer exellente table that looks really solid.
    The finish is when it all over supper.

    It is true that more than 800 in-store it's been expensive, but the rest of profesional equipment: this explains that.

    For my part I did not pay that price l (at all!) so looking good there way to make good business <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>keyboards.</span>
    c'tait if I would do a remake that choice with his eyes closed is the bomb that table!
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 03/09/06 at 06:38
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    Me that my table always fain especially coming from Pioneer.
    Dja the XLR connection for the Master can take the table in the studio, proof that it is in the hardware business. I never test the functions of the CDJ FOR dpart.
    SETTING THE personally the flexibility of the cross I really fesait pinball, but in fact it works perfectly s'avre, and the diffrence between the two extreme and standard: trs flexible ( too lightweight even for me) or drive.

    UTILIZATION

    The table is pretty well configured, trs linear forcment people come here. on the other hand, it is true that the manual is really vague, but hey it's not the one mackie 32 so even a novice understand the use.
    The cuts are......
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    Me that my table always fain especially coming from Pioneer.
    Dja the XLR connection for the Master can take the table in the studio, proof that it is in the hardware business. I never test the functions of the CDJ FOR dpart.
    SETTING THE personally the flexibility of the cross I really fesait pinball, but in fact it works perfectly s'avre, and the diffrence between the two extreme and standard: trs flexible ( too lightweight even for me) or drive.

    UTILIZATION

    The table is pretty well configured, trs linear forcment people come here. on the other hand, it is true that the manual is really vague, but hey it's not the one mackie 32 so even a novice understand the use.
    The cuts are the cross prcises, and the cross are also rglages prcis trs. The strong cross the air, finally I am not a nag with me in a hard gnral, should be tested with a nag scratcher to see.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is clean, test on a big sound XLR I do not have the t too. I t tonn by qualisation: indeed it is a ct can be just as it does not cut the compltement frquence, but a perspective Sound I think the table has its own grain, and for me playing with this table qualizeur Has a real pleasure (trs is subjective).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for six months, she flat well and I think I'll keep the cross may be too lightweight for my taste but the scratch does not impede too.
    I am a tester and I srial test really great mix of tables, it parat me well for someone who wants the quality of gear.
    APRS standard scratch is really good, the cuts are prcis and I think we can do anything with, APRS is a matter of taste, try it's always the same.
    Well I must admit that I prfre even when a good big samurai to the scratch but it's not far trs I think anyway.
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    For straight up scratching... it's great. Only thing I think it is missing is full EQ kills.

    Price paid

    296

    UTILIZATION

    Real easy to use.

    Beats the snot out of my Numark PPD01, even though the PPD01 is a true Digital Mixer. I am using this mixer with my Numark TTX1.

    SOUNDS

    So far the best for what I paid. I am very happy with it. If I can only get a TTM-56, and demo that since I heard it was the best.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am down wid it...

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: dj_hamzter ( 1-, 2005)...
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    For straight up scratching... it's great. Only thing I think it is missing is full EQ kills.

    Price paid

    296

    UTILIZATION

    Real easy to use.

    Beats the snot out of my Numark PPD01, even though the PPD01 is a true Digital Mixer. I am using this mixer with my Numark TTX1.

    SOUNDS

    So far the best for what I paid. I am very happy with it. If I can only get a TTM-56, and demo that since I heard it was the best.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am down wid it...

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: dj_hamzter ( 1-, 2005)
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    This has everything a scratch mixer needs and delivers great results on all that it features. It has cross fader 'feel' control which is a new concept and a great one at that. it has fader starts etc but i dont have CD decks so dont really know about those... the cross faders are like butter and have a great cut in time, made my cuts so much cleaner its silly.

    Price paid

    £200 (imported)

    UTILIZATION

    This is a great mixer and very easy to use, its set out nicely with plenty of space which is what you want on a scratch mixer

    mines still pretty new

    SOUNDS

    The sound quality is great, nice full sound and no real problems here considering the price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I Love it its the......
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    This has everything a scratch mixer needs and delivers great results on all that it features. It has cross fader 'feel' control which is a new concept and a great one at that. it has fader starts etc but i dont have CD decks so dont really know about those... the cross faders are like butter and have a great cut in time, made my cuts so much cleaner its silly.

    Price paid

    £200 (imported)

    UTILIZATION

    This is a great mixer and very easy to use, its set out nicely with plenty of space which is what you want on a scratch mixer

    mines still pretty new

    SOUNDS

    The sound quality is great, nice full sound and no real problems here considering the price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I Love it its the best mixer i've ever owned and i got it for so cheap its silly. i Love it simply because it improved my cuts so much. I would of have liked to have got a rane but lets face it i cant afford that. At least i can get as close to that as possible for 1/3 of the price. its so much better than my old mixer i can crab (or attempt to as im still learning) and simply do everything better and cleaner

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: dooban ( 6-, 2005)
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    I love all the controls the fader curve controls and tension areawsome.... just wich i could pan left to right on it. i would give it a 9.5 but i can't so i'll go 9

    Price paid

    300.00

    UTILIZATION

    Easy as looking at the knob you wanna turn an turning it.

    i've heard of faders breaking, i've had no such issue and it feels quite sturdy.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect, made such a difference i had to appologize to my friends who had told me that my sounds were suffering due to my mixer (i didn't belive a straight circuit could make such a difference) no fader static period! none!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Awsome.... more than worth every penny. hell i'd say it's worth about 150 more than i paid!!!!
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    I love all the controls the fader curve controls and tension areawsome.... just wich i could pan left to right on it. i would give it a 9.5 but i can't so i'll go 9

    Price paid

    300.00

    UTILIZATION

    Easy as looking at the knob you wanna turn an turning it.

    i've heard of faders breaking, i've had no such issue and it feels quite sturdy.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect, made such a difference i had to appologize to my friends who had told me that my sounds were suffering due to my mixer (i didn't belive a straight circuit could make such a difference) no fader static period! none!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Awsome.... more than worth every penny. hell i'd say it's worth about 150 more than i paid!!!!

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: flux302 ( 6-, 2005)
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  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    The cross fader is like butter - cuts are clean as holy hell.

    Price paid

    $295

    UTILIZATION

    The layout of great, very easy to cut it up and nothings in your way. Great battle mixer

    Its solid and a good size/shape....SOMETIMES i get static from the left right faders, but NEVER from the cross.

    SOUNDS

    The sound quality is fantastic

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love it

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: QueensKid ( 8-, 2005)
  • Pioneer DJM-707Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    Why didn't they make the ups as good as the crossfader?

    $300.00 USD

    UTILIZATION

    The pearly white interface is perfectly arranged.

    Haven't had a single problem yet. It feels quite durable overall. The only parts whose durability I question is the ups; they feel a bit weak.

    SOUNDS

    Sound quality when scratching is largely determined by the response of the faders. I got rid of my Stanton SA-8 and bought this mixer. The 707's crossfader is excellent. The ups are also of decent quality, though not quite as nice as the crossfader. Can't be beat for the price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love it.

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: DirtyRice ( 8-, 2005)...
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    Why didn't they make the ups as good as the crossfader?

    $300.00 USD

    UTILIZATION

    The pearly white interface is perfectly arranged.

    Haven't had a single problem yet. It feels quite durable overall. The only parts whose durability I question is the ups; they feel a bit weak.

    SOUNDS

    Sound quality when scratching is largely determined by the response of the faders. I got rid of my Stanton SA-8 and bought this mixer. The 707's crossfader is excellent. The ups are also of decent quality, though not quite as nice as the crossfader. Can't be beat for the price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love it.

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: DirtyRice ( 8-, 2005)
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