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Pioneer DJ has announced a new version of its popular entry-level mixer, the DJM-250.
Although it sits at the bottom of their range, the two-channel DJM-250MK2 adds two major improvements to its predecessor.
The first is an integrated, multi-channel audio interface, which enables the use of DVS in Pioneer’s Rekordbox DJ performance software. The second is the crossfader, which is the same as the one found on the company’s professional DJM-900NXS2 club mixer.
The DJM-250MK2 also comes with a full license for the Rekordbox DJ and the DVS Plus Pack. Both of those products have a combined value of around $250 on their own, which makes the DJM-250MK2 an impressive deal.
The mixer is due to be released in early March with a suggested retail price of $350.
– Rekordbox DVS ready; Includes Rekordbox DJ and Rekordbox DVS licenses
– Magvel crossfader from the DJM-900NXS2
– Smooth channel faders
– Three-band isolators
– Sound Color FX filter with parameter control from the DJM-900NXS2
– Built-in sound card
– Easy recording
– High-quality sound
– XLR terminal
– Two headphone outs
– Signal GND terminal
– Independent MIC section
Watch Pioneer’s promo video below and stay tuned for a review on DJcityTV.
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