I just joined prs opinions of others I have bought 200 euros-hand and it's really effective to have an effect pout all those who do not want to sell their non-table team to effects. Ralite in 3000 I had a djm with effects and I pass on a denon dn-x900 possibility that more than 3000 views djm connection but no effect! I have long hsit sell this to use a denon djm 3000 until the day I came across this efx 500 and I must admit that it's really like indipensable complment table without effect . I will say that dn-x900 or xone s2 with efx 500 is the best of the best ...
I use mostly the flanger 4 / 1, the pan in half the delay at 1 / 1, the wah and fuzz to the trans effect it is better to do so at the same fader and personal cho I like it but got a good question!
just type in the tempo and swing effect, however, it adds a little breath that is why it is better to put in effects loop with a button on off sending a signal (like the Denon DNX for example) it RULES levels of inputs and outputs on the efx 500 for the same volume before and APRS switching effect and you can use this little wonder. I deprecated the plug on the master as it will take to pluck a switch to the amp and 4 db hello breath you can not ask him to have as good pramplis, however loop effects in select-10db breath is not too much nickel is heard especially in the mix ..
So all those who say it gnre your breath you plug it sr good?
can be a little CHRE in new but on occasion it is a good deal trs
I would put 8 because two effects are not very usable
Quite simple, requires pioneer
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DJkaio's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
- What are the effects or types of effects available?
Delay, Echo, Pen, Flanger, Trans, Jet, Zip, Wah, Ring, and an equalizer Fuzz
The first 5 can be applied to selected frequencies (eg, hi, mid, bass). I think that's what makes the strength of this table.
Here are the spec:
The Pioneer EFX-500 offers 5 effects synchronized with BPM: Delay, Echo, Auto Pan, Flanger and Auto Transformer.
• Ability to assign an effect on one or more bandwidth (MID, LOW or HI).
• BPM counter (automatic, TAP or MIDI).
• Automatic timing effects on 1 / 4, 1 / 2, 3 / 4, 1, 2 or 4 stroke
• Adjusting the intensity of the effects by pressing Depth.
• Adjusting the balance between original sound and sound effects
• Three-position switch (on, off and lock).
• 5 digital effects JET, WAH, RING and BUZZ configurable and modifiable in real time using the Jog Dial.
• Hold in position, keeping the settings selected with the Jog Dial
• Storing and recalling a setup done with the Jog Dial.
• Input 1 (RCA - jack 6.35 mm)
• Output 1 (RCA - jack 6.35 mm)
• MIDI input / outputs
• Adjusting the output level +4 dBu / - 10dBu
• Frequency response 20Hz ~ 20kHz
• S / N Ratio 80 dB or more
• Total Harmonic Distortion 0.33% or less
• 3-band EQ (Bass, mid, high) ~ 6 dB
• Previewing the effects (headphones)
• Effects synchronized 5
• Output 1 master send / return 1
Digital Effects • 5
• AC 220-240V/50Hz
• Dimensions (W x D x H) 276 x 220 x 64 mm
• Weight 2.5 Kg
The it's all good. The configuration is thought to tombersous fingers.
So we ask more questions (which is good because when you have to manage the mix in addition to it quickly becomes complicated)
- Effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?
Yes is not: The effects are great EXCEPT the Fuzz and Ring that break the ears. It's not a problem if you use them but hey the pioneer of ca disappoint me. 2 useless functions
- Which ones you prefer, you hate?
I like Echo, wah, Get, and Trans Flanger
I like using: fuzz and ring
Otherwise, I have noted that the tienda equalizer is one of the best I've seen from Pioneer!