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Pioneer DJM-T1

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

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" Scratch table and very well built-in Traktor"

Pioneer DJM-T1Published on 05/03/13 at 03:15
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Is it rackable?
Not Mixer 2-way, no need.

How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?

2-way + an auxiliary for scratch sessions, perfect.

What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?

La Totale, Pioneer thank you

The effects section is it integrates?

No normal vinyl mode, traktor is a controller so the effects of traktor.

For numriques consoles: What is the precision of the chantillonage (bits / kHz)?

Blocked 48 basis kHz and up to del djs but useless because today works with sounds rotten ahaha

What types of media are sync? ...dropoff Window

Master clock sync very useful because on my mpc 2500!


USE

Is Gnrale setup simple?

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Is it rackable?
Not Mixer 2-way, no need.

How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?

2-way + an auxiliary for scratch sessions, perfect.

What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?

La Totale, Pioneer thank you

The effects section is it integrates?

No normal vinyl mode, traktor is a controller so the effects of traktor.

For numriques consoles: What is the precision of the chantillonage (bits / kHz)?

Blocked 48 basis kHz and up to del djs but useless because today works with sounds rotten ahaha

What types of media are sync? ...dropoff Window

Master clock sync very useful because on my mpc 2500!


USE

Is Gnrale setup simple?

Very boring because you have to install, driver, do an update of the table through the impractical shortcuts, if you work on vinyl, it does not recognize the connection timecode phono therefore obliged to go through the utility provided by Pioneer. If after all are well.

Are the usual functions easily accessible?

The rglage the cross is through utility (a button) and the Central rglage potentiomtre, not very practical because when practicing the scratch and impossible juggling of rgler within 1 min, so not very practical, if not for the rest flawless with perfect integration in Traktor.

Is the manual clear and sufficient? ...dropoff Window

Not play, not need


SONORITS

Is the Console transparent?

Yes

Introduced she breath?

No, test on Yam HS 80 on the bass sound, RAS, not like my prcdente PMC May 04.

Is the qualiseur effective? ...dropoff Window

Very effective, it is very close to a 909, but far from a rane much a Superior djm 800 I t surprised, accustomed as a Vestax with their sound m metallic and rane them his warm, well rounded, well kainri, well, the pioneer is really amazing !!!


NOTICE GLOBAL

How long have you use it?

Almost 1 year

What is the particular feature you like best and least?

+: Cross Magnetic for scratching, all controls for the software, robustness, it is not about the dgueu plastoc, sound.

- Ds once obliged to recalibrate the cross, without understanding anything and not have the same rglage

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

TTM57 (I regret because SERATO is for me the best DVS), PMC May 04, TTM56, ECLER HAK 360

How do you report qualitprix?

She sacrment baiss and I find a person appearing in the Z2, it's Exceeds largely with the new update you can do the same thing that, more T1 more of control so we gain in precision including managing the effects, cross is much better I do not like the inno but this is a personal opinion, then good all plastoc Z2, has no personal m 'not attractive and most expensive too.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

Yes, I did not like pioneer except scratch consoles 909/707, well, the I t surprised and I recommend everyone this table.
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" Very good food and fine scratch built a Traktor"

Pioneer DJM-T1Published on 05/03/13 at 03:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Is rack?
Not Mixer 2 channel, no need.

How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?

2-way + an auxiliary for scratch sessions, perfect.

What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?

The total, thank you Pioneer

The effects section is it integrated?

No normal vinyl mode with traktor is a controller so the effects of traktor.

For digital mixers: What is the accuracy of the sampling (bits / kHz)?

Stuck at 48 kHz base and can go beyond, but useless as djs today works with sounds rotten ahaha

What type of sync are supported? ...

Master clock sync very useful for my mpc 2500!

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple?

Very......
Read more
Is rack?
Not Mixer 2 channel, no need.

How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?

2-way + an auxiliary for scratch sessions, perfect.

What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?

The total, thank you Pioneer

The effects section is it integrated?

No normal vinyl mode with traktor is a controller so the effects of traktor.

For digital mixers: What is the accuracy of the sampling (bits / kHz)?

Stuck at 48 kHz base and can go beyond, but useless as djs today works with sounds rotten ahaha

What type of sync are supported? ...

Master clock sync very useful for my mpc 2500!

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple?

Very annoying, because you have to install, driver, make an update to the table through the impractical shortcuts, if you bosser vinyl, it does not recognize the connection in timecode phono therefore have to go through the utility provided by pioneer. If after all okay.

The usual functions are they easily accessible?

Adjusting the cross is through utility (a button) and a central setting potentiometer, not very practical, because when scratching and juggling is not practical to set in less than 1 min, so not very practical, if not the rest impeccable with perfect integration Traktor.

The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

No read, no need

SOUNDS

The console is transparent?

Yes

Introduced she breath?

No, tested on Yam HS 80 on the big sound, RAS, unlike my previous PMC May 04.

The equalizer is effective? ...

Highly effective, it is very close to a 909, but far from a rane more than a djm 800, I was amazed, as a used vestax with their metallic sound rane their warm sound, well-rounded, kainri well, well, the pioneer is truly amazing!

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it?

Almost one year

What is the particular feature you like best and least?

+: Magnetic Cross for scratching, all controls for the software, robustness, it is not on the yucky plastoc, sound.

-: At times forced to recalibrate the cross, without understanding anything and not have the same setting

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

TTM57 (I regret because Serato is for me the best DVS), PMC May 04, TTM56, Ecler HAK 360

How would you rate the quality / price?

Damn she fell, and I found in a comparison to the Z2, it's far beyond, with the new update can do the same thing that, over the T1 has more control so we gain accuracy, particularly on the management of effects, cross is much better I do not like innocent but that is a personal opinion, and then any good plastoc Z2, personal it does not attract me and more expensive too.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...

Yes, I did not like except pioneer consoles scratch 909/707, and the bin I was surprised and I recommend to all the table.
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Pioneer DJM-T1Published on 08/03/12 at 02:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Is rack?
nonpas my square its no big deal.


What is the type of connection (RCA Jack, XLR ...)

the good old RCA input (vinyl and CD) RCA and XLR master output, USB for connection to PC or MAC, an auxiliary input and RCA in MIC.

UTILIZATION

This mixer has changed the way I mixed with the vinyl, it's just huge, you have good fade (there are not near loose) a crossfader egg (magnetic, I confirm I disassembled) the manual is Clearly, the pots are well placed, it loops, effects, it has everything I say or just the day I was coming to me as be 100% and as well it will be the heavy

SOUNDS

the console is completely transparent, there is a little bit of breath with and thoroughly......
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Is rack?
nonpas my square its no big deal.


What is the type of connection (RCA Jack, XLR ...)

the good old RCA input (vinyl and CD) RCA and XLR master output, USB for connection to PC or MAC, an auxiliary input and RCA in MIC.

UTILIZATION

This mixer has changed the way I mixed with the vinyl, it's just huge, you have good fade (there are not near loose) a crossfader egg (magnetic, I confirm I disassembled) the manual is Clearly, the pots are well placed, it loops, effects, it has everything I say or just the day I was coming to me as be 100% and as well it will be the heavy

SOUNDS

the console is completely transparent, there is a little bit of breath with and thoroughly master the headphone thoroughly. The EQ is super super super serious the less effective the infinite is not the pipo.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 weeks, what I like most the entire table, what I like least about the PRICE


good value for money
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Pioneer
  • Model: DJM-T1
  • Series: DJM
  • Category: 2-Channel Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 04/06/2011

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