Pioneer DJ has launched their latest affordable two-channel mixer, the DJM–250MK2. The new unit is an upgrade of one of their most popular mixers, the DJM–250MK1.
The new mixer is the entry point into Pioneer’s DJM range, retailing at just £299, but it’s not lacking in detail, incorporating some of the professional features found in Pioneer DJ’s top of the range model the DJM–900NXS.
Standout features include two phono amps, individual Sound Color FX filters on both channels, the addition of USB so it can be used as a multi-channel soundcard and a Magvel crossfader.
The DJM–250MK2’s built-in sound card allows DJs to connect the mixer to a PC/Mac with a single USB cable and use the included Rekordbox DJ application to mix music files stored on your computer via Pioneer DJ multiplayers.
DJs can also make use of Rekordbox DJ with the Rekordbox DVS plus pack application, so that they can use turntables to control their tracks.
Pioneer DJ’s DJM–250MK2 starts shipping in March. Watch a video of it in action below.
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