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Pioneer DJM-250 Compact DJ Mixer
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An absolute favorite among professional and hobby DJs alike, quality filters are usually confined to high-end mixers. But now with the Pioneer DJM-25...Click To Read More About This Product
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A high-quality mixer with two filters and pro features that doesn't break the bank
An absolute favorite among professional and hobby DJs alike, quality filters are usually confined to high-end mixers. But now with the Pioneer DJM-250 two-channel mixer, DJs can combine EQ effects with not one, but two filters to perform mixes that sound like they were meant to be.
The DJM-250 is loaded with 8 inputs to connect with an array of sources, including 1 MIC input for MCing at parties. The mixer mirrors the layout of its bigger brothers to deliver the professional experience. Plus the XLR balanced output guarantees the high quality sound expected from our club standard mixers, making it perfect for DJing at home, parties or in music bars.
This is the first time DJs can get their hands on a high-quality mixer with two filters without having to break the bank. Add that to the DJM-250s pro features and youve got a mixer like no other on the market.
Two independent sound color filters
Borrowed straight from Pioneer's high-end DJM-900 Nexus, the two sound color filters can be added independently to each channel for seamless marrying of tracks. Combine that with the EQ effects to really carve out the mix. Lights on the filter knobs clearly show when each filter is engaged, to provide a unique visual aid to DJs for perfect performance every time.
Eight input paths for maximum connectivity
Proving that you cant judge a mixer by its size, the compact DJM-250 is loaded with eight inputs (four DJ multi-player and analogue turntable paths, three AUX and 1 MIC input), giving DJs the option of connecting to multiple equipment such as portable music players and synthesizers. It can also be used as a pre-amp.
XLR balanced outputs for high-quality sound
Equipped with XLR balanced XLR outputs, the DJM-250 provides clear, accurate sound with no degradation of the source audio signal. And you can connect it to XLR compatible devices, such as powered speakers, without the need for an adapter.
- Two independent sound color filters
- Eight input paths for maximum connectivity
- XLR balanced outputs for high-quality sound
- 24-bit/48kHz digital processing for clear sound quality.
- 3-band isolator type equalizer (+9dB to -?) for the HI/MID/LOW bands on each channel.
- Fader Start/Play function to control fader operation on Pioneer players linked by cable.
- Peak-level meter for audio inputs on each channel.
- Cross Fader Curve Adjust function enables switching between three patterns of cross fader curves.
- Built-in rack-mount brackets for installation in booths or home studio desk.
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Comments about Pioneer DJM-250 Compact DJ Mixer:
Overall, I'm very satisfied with this product. The build quality is great, the features, though minimalistic, are solid, and for the price, you'd be hard pressed to do better. The only reason I docked this a point was for the lack of a booth output.
The only requirement I really had for a mixer was XLR outputs, which the DJM-350 and 400 lacked. The 250, at a lower price, actually had XLR outs, so I took the plunge and bought one. After I'd plugged everything up and flipped the power switch, the first thing I wanted to try out were the filters. The filters sounded quite impressive, with a flashing red or green light (depending on whether you were using low pass or high pass) letting you know that a filter was activated, so no more accidentally leaving a filter engaged.
The only extra thing I wish this mixer had was a booth output. You can use the second master output (RCA) as a booth out, but it doesn't have any control other than the master output control.
This mixer is built like a tank, which is what I've come to expect from Pioneer, and also from my experience with my HDJ-2000s and CDJ-1000 MK3s. The knobs and faders all feel solid as well.
The mixer is more expensive than your standard two-channel Stanton or Numark fare, but for the extra money you get XLR outs, high pass and low pass filters on each channel, and build quality that rivals higher-end Pioneer mixers.