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Pioneer DJM-800
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Pioneer DJM-800

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

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Colyder Colyder

«  Always a reference »

Published on 03/13/12 at 03:32
Everything has been said about which patterns.

UTILIZATION

Pioneer does not belie its aura of quality. The faders are solid, the knobs too. I had a little fear on the coating lacquer which could have easily wear but it is nothing other than a few fingerprints, AC will be the only concern! This console also features adjustable crossfader and headphone handy.

SOUNDS

The equalize is correct but rather at the box of color and sound effects that we enjoy. Ultra accessible and adjustable in the blink of an eye, the sound quality is present.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been two years since I'm on it, I was 10 years on a DJM500. Simply place your hands on one of these models to understand why there are references in the field. Indestructible and easy to access. The only downside is its price, high but you have to at least 10 years old and meet new models, the DJM800 yet filled all the necessary functions perfectly.
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