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News, Technology | Aug 01, 2017

Practice Mixing and Prepare for the Club with Pioneer’s New DJM-750MK2

Pioneer DJ has announced the new DJM-750MK2, a professional 4-channel mixer made for DJs to practice on at home and step into the club booth with confidence. The DJM-750MK2 inherits key features and design elements from the flagship DJM-900NXS2 mixer and has a club-style setup when combined with CDJ or XDJ multi players. The price is considerably cheaper however, making it a smart choice for an “at home” mixer option.

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Some key features of the DJM-750MK2 include:

  • Professional layout with traits inherited from the DJM-900NXS2
  • Smooth EQs, channel faders and Magvel crossfader for seamless mixes
  • Sound Color FX with parameter control and selected Beat FX with FX Frequency, all allowing you to add creative flair to your performances
  • Independent send/return 
  • Professional sound quality with 64-bit digital signal processor, which uses dithering technology, plus its 32-bit A/D converter and 32-bit D/A converter
  • Bundled licenses for rekordbox dj + rekordbox dvs
  • XLR terminals for high-quality audio output
  • Signal GND terminal allowing you to easily attach ground wires from analogue turntables
  • Two headphone outputs – ¼” stereo jack and 3.5 mm mini jack

The DJM-750MK2 is priced around $1,199 and will be available this September. You can view all of the specs here and find out where to buy it here.

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