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Pioneer DJ will launch in september the new S-DJ X active monitor Series for DJs who work at home.

The S-DJ X Series features the three S-DJ80X, S-DJ60X and S-DJ50W monitors, the latter being available in white or black finish. They all use aramid fiber woofers mounted directly into the bass reflex enclosure, and 1" dome tweeters that use DECO convex diffusors designed by TAD. All the monitors are also equipped with Class AB bi-amps, a volume knob, high-frequency control and a standby. The event is located on the front of each model.

S-DJ80X details:

  • 8" woofer
  • 1" dome tweeter
  • 160W output
  • Frequency response: 40Hz – 20kHz
  • Max SPL: 115dB
  • Volume control up to +6dB
  • High frequency control: –2 / –1 / 0 / +1dB
  • XLR and TRS balanced inputs and RCA unbalanced input
  • 33mm MDE enclosure
  • Dimensions: 276 × 401 × 315mm
  • Weight: 11.8kg

 

S-DJ60X specifications:

  • 6" woofer
  • 1" dome tweeter
  • 125W output
  • Frequency response: 45Hz – 20kHz
  • Max SPL: 113dB
  • Volume control up to +6dB
  • High frequency control: –2 / –1 / 0 / +1dB
  • XLR and TRS balanced inputs and RCA unbalanced input
  • 30mm MDE enclosure
  • Dimensions: 228 × 342 × 295mm
  • Weight: 8.5kg

S-DJ50X features:

  • 5" woofer
  • 1" dome tweeter
  • 80W output
  • Frequency response: 50Hz – 20kHz
  • Max SPL: 107dB
  • Volume control up to +6dB
  • High frequency control: –2 / –1 / 0 / +1dB
  • XLR and TRS balanced inputs and RCA unbalanced input
  • 30mm MDE enclosure
  • Dimensions: 197 × 301 × 262mm
  • Weight: 6.5kg

The monitors will be available for purchase in september, for a unit price of $299 for the S-DJ80X, $239 for the S-DJ60X and $179 for the S-DJ50X. Discover this new series at pioneerdj.com.

 

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