Pioneer DJM 250 DJ MixerStock code: 94187
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- 2-channel DJ mixer with dedicated Sound Colour Filter on each channel
- 8 inputs
- Balanced XLR output
- 48 kHz/24-bit digital processing
- 3-band isolator type equalizer
- Fader Start Play function
- Peak level meter for audio inputs on each channel
The Pioneer DJM 250 DJ Mixer brings professional grade features and two sound colour filters to the masses with a price significantly lower than that of the competition.
A feature usually only found on high-end mixers, the performance quality filters on the Pioneer DJM 250 Mixer have been taken straight from Pioneers DJM-900 Nexus. This gives each of the two channels an independent filter to allow you to marry tracks together perfectly with the aid of EQ effects to really smooth things out. Both of the sound colour filters are lit on/off to indicate whether it is in use or not to provide visual feedback in dimly lit environments.
Although compact in size the Pioneer DJM 250 Mixer uses the same layout of mixers that are higher up in the range. Compact it may be but this DJ mixer really packs a punch when it comes to connectivity with a total of eight inputs. These allow you to hook up a whole arsenal of equipment, from MP3 players to synths. It can even act as a preamp. Inputs included are: 1 MIC input, four DJ multi-player and analogue turntable paths and three AUX.
The Pioneer DJM 250 also has balanced XLR outputs to provide crystal clear audio with no degradation and the ability to hook up powered speakers or other XLR devices adaptor-free.
|Model||DJM-250 DJ Mixer|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||107.7 x 240 x 300.2 mm|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz ~ 20 kHz|
|Signal To Noise Ratio||74 dB Or More|
|Sampling Rate/Depth||96 kHz|
|Analogue To Digital Converter||48kHz/24-bit|
|Digital To Analogue Converter||48kHz/24-bit|
Posted on 24/10/2012 by Antonio
I first heard from a friend that Pioneer was coming up with a simple 2-channel mixer with XLR outputs AND one simple to use effect, I was eager to buy it straight away. From what I have heard of the mixer it just seems like a fantastic new product of Pioneer quality. Although after using it at a mobile DJ gig I was very disappointed to find the sound quality really lacked in comparison to other top quality mixers from Pioneer. My biggest problem was when I turned on my Shure wireless microphone on, and my voice sounded so horribly distorted and low. My feeling is that Pioneer is trying to make everyone happy by manufacturing entry-level mixers with cheaper components, and it really did not cut it for me.