Pioneer DJ DJM-750MK2

4-channel mixer with club DNA (PDJ-DJM-750MK2)

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Take the step to the DJ booth seamlessly with the DJM-750MK2, a 4-channel mixer which inherits key features and design elements from the DJM-900NXS2, creating a club-style setup when combined with PDJ's professional CDJ or XDJ multi players. You can perform seamless mixes on the DJM-750MK2 thanks to the smooth curves on the EQs and channel faders. The Magvel crossfader, inherited from the DJM-900NXS2, gives a precise response and assured feel during even the most complicated scratch techniques.
PRO FX WITH DETAILED CONTROL Add texture and flair to your mixes with professional FX inherited from the DJM-900NXS2. 2 effects units combine Sound Color FX and Beat FX – including FX Frequency – giving you the freedom to be creative with sound while always in control. INDEPENDENT SEND/RETURN Choose from Aux or Insert send/return to connect different types of FX units on iOS devices such as FX apps, synthesisers and samplers, and combine them with the mixer’s internal FX. A simple USB connection will ensure high-quality sound, which you can efficiently record and easily archive via the DJM-REC app on your iPhone or iPad. PROFESSIONAL SOUND QUALITY Whether you’re playing with digital or analogue sources, high-quality sound is created by the 64-bit digital signal processor, dithering technology, 32-bit A/D converter and 32-bit D/A converter. SMOOTH EQS & FADERS The EQs and channel faders on the DJM-750MK2 feature curves equivalent to those on the DJM-900NXS2, which also inspired the Magvel cross fader. The latter is smooth, accurate and durable for more than 10 million movements and its cut lag has been improved for more assured and responsive performance Included Software: rekordbox dj, rekordbox dvs DVS Control: rekordbox dvs What's in the box: DJM-750MK2, power cord, USB cable, operating Instructions (Quick Start Guide), warranty, license key card (rekordbox dj, rekordbox dvs)
1 Year Std Parts & Labour