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Pioneer DJ has announced the DJM-750MK2, a significant update its DJM-750 four-channel mixer.
The DJM-750MK2 is designed to bring the experience of the club standard DJM-900NXS2 to home users. It has four Sound Color FX: Dub Echo, Sweep, Noise, and Filter, all with parameter control.
The Beat FX have also seen changes, with new options like Ping Pong Delay and Helix. The FX frequency selectors enable DJs to choose which parts of the signal are affected. Plus, there’s a dedicated independent send and return hookup for connecting to iOS devices, which can be used as an insert or a traditional auxiliary loop.
Sound quality has been improved, as has the crossfader, which now uses an updated version of Pioneer’s Magvel technology with improved cut-in distance.
The DJM-750MK2 also ships with a license for the company’s Rekordbox DJ software and DVS plugin, enabling turntable users to connect their computer to the mixer.
The mixer will begin shipping in early September with a suggested price of $1,199.
Watch Pioneer’s promo video below and stay tuned for a full review on DJcity.