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Pioneer DJM-707
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Pioneer DJM-707

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

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Dj k.e.n Dj k.e.n
Published on 01/21/06 at 14:09
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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