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Pioneer DJM-2000
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Pioneer DJM-2000

4+ Channel Mixer from Pioneer belonging to the DJM series.

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timWalex timWalex
Publié le 11/04/10 à 12:58
Type Mlangeur DJ

Display
Indic Yes Output Level
Indic Output Yes

Connections
XLR-3 connector, RCA, Jack 6.35mm, USB, Ethernet

Contrl CD
Sources CD / Line, Phono, Digital
Dpart Fader Yes
Yes Fader Action

Give Physical
220-240V (50/60Hz) (volts)
Size 430 x 107.9 x 409mm
Weight 8.5kg

Gnrale
Particularity Touchscreen

Spcification Audio

Music tracks: 4 Line / Phono / S-PDIF / USB
Inputs / Channel: 6 / 4
Mike: Yes, 1
Output Level Max. Master: +26 dBu - Zone: +20 dBu
Nominal Output Level Master: +8 dBu - Zone: +2 dBu
Frequency Response 20Hz 20kHz
SNR Phono: 93dB - CD / NUM / LINE: 107dB - Microphone: 85dB
Distortion (THD) 0.004%
Noise 107dB

Treatment

Type Micro Corrector:: Baxandall 100Hz and 10kHz - Channels: Shelving 70Hz and 13kHz (+6 /-26dB, 1kHz Bell, +6 /-26dB)
Effects multieffect Numrique
D / A converter: 32 bits - A / D: 24Bits - DSP: 96kHz
96kHz sampling


UTILIZATION

Gnrale configuration is simple?
yes and very intuitive. As long as you know dj tables Pioneer, it's cake!

The usual functions are they easily accessible?
Yes, and even intuitive.

VERY IMPORTANT:
must have all the same comptences computer (and a lot of patience To insert his playlist! But has it does only once.) software and mastery of essential rekordbox DJM-2000 if you want to use the full potential of this table.

Then, connect the CDJ-2000 DJM-2000 RJ45 and connect to mac (or PC) as a cable with RJ45 and the trick is played.
APRS is a rel happiness, everything just works! The

SOUNDS

qualiseur is it effective? ...
For my part, RAS and effective, still no low cut 0db ... shame ...

She introduced the breath?
If there are, I have not heard yet!

OVERALL OPINION

For how long have you been using it?
3 Months

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Pioneer DJM 600
Pioneer DJM 800
Ecler NUO5

What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
A table well think, with all (or almost) which need a DJ.
Least, not cut 0db on bass as do the tables ECLER ...
But the effects intgrs (which can be combined), and the touch screen really intressant although I have not had time to test everything dtail.
The big plus is that we really feel that they can do whatever we want with the music! The track is in your hands!
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