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Pioneer DJM-600
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Pioneer DJM-600

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

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Joe63 Joe63
Published on 12/30/05 at 11:59
Value For Money : Poor
A rack console with 90 euros thank you Brackets pioneer.
The effects are one of the only asset of this table.
The conntiques wrong plac is economical (the RCA such a little shit is not cheap but the pro, the policy of pioneering what!)
This is not a digital console as much the prtente but a analgique with its well aggressive.

USE

Buttons eq's well spaced but quality more than doubtful, hello prices dtachs pieces ...

SONORITS

A pretty average qualiseur, a sound with the breath as we love in fashionable tables.

NOTICE GLOBAL

This table is really too expensive for my taste, all fawn is marked pioneer then everyone looking, but its still very average. The sound is more rotten than the acute agrssif the mid evil dfini while ecrass no grain, and the bass lacks dynamic and drool over, to end her and team of pr -amp too low (1V 0dB), it is obliged to pushed all in red for power attacked real pro amps, but the big problem is the famous pioneer who we call her in order: his cry, her saturates FAILURE.

I think this table is a fad, tried real tables with sound warm and round with real pramplis tried a style amix an RMC 75 or 83, it was the truth table, not the mickey table seating or flashes like a Christmas tree and it costs a fortune to the dobe.
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