When did the DJM 800 come out?


When did the DJM 800 come out?

Pioneer DJM-800 (2005): The DJM-800 is a powerful 96kHz / 24-bit 4-channel digital mixer that complements 61 assignable MIDI control channels.

What is DJM mixer?

DJM-S9. Scratch style 2-channel DJ mixer for Serato DJ Pro/rekordbox. Lean and mean.

Meet the DJM-S9, our first two-channel battle mixer for Serato DJ Pro. With a fully configurable Magvel Pro crossfader and customisable FX buttons and pads, you can tailor the mixer to suit your DJing style.

Is the DJM 800 good?

It gets 4 stars because the sound quality is almost as good as rane, the regular effects are ok since they improved the quality from the DJM 600, 3 out of 4 sound color effects are amazing, very well built, can be used as midi.

What are DJM effects?

Inherited from the much pricier DJM 900 Nexus 2, the unit showcases eight different effects: delay, echo, spiral, reverb, trans, flanger, pitch and roll, all of which are in sync with beats per minute. Alternatively, you can experiment with the 4 Sound Colour effects such as dub, echo, sweep, noise and filter.

What does level depth do?

The Level/Depth knob controls the amount of the effect that’s applied. Above this is the Time knob, which adjusts the length of the effect. Next up is the Assignment selector, which allows you to select which channel the effect will be applied to.

When did the DJM V10 come out?

February 2020
Pioneer DJ’s DJM-V10 will be available from early February 2020, priced at $3,199.

What is Colour FX DJ?

On newer models of Pioneer DJ’s mixers, there’s a powerful Gate Color FX that allows the DJ to remove part of the signal coming based on volume.

Is Pioneer working on a new mixer?

Pioneer DJ’s DJM-V10 will be available from early February 2020, priced at $3,199. Find out more on Pioneer DJ’s website.

What is the best Pioneer mixer?

Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 If you’re looking for an industry standard club mixer, there are two main contenders. The first comes from Pioneer. The DJM-900 has been superseded by the DJM-V10 in some ways, but for club use the DJM-900 remains a firm favourite at a slightly cheaper price point.