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Take a closer look at Pioneer’s new DJM-750MK2

Written by on 3rd August 2017

Pioneer has released an updated version of it’s DJM-750 mixer.

The MK2 comes with a range of upgrades, many of which have been taken from the club standard DJM-900NXS2 including the 900’s Magvel crossfader and the option to use isolator EQs.

The DJM-750 MK2 has also inherited professional FX from the 900 with dub echo, sweep, noise and filter options all available alongside beat FX like echo, ping pong, spiral, reverb, flanger, pitch, vinyl break and helix. You can also select whether you want effects applied to the highs, mids or lows individually.

Another addition is the inclusion of insert send/return inputs on the back which will allow for external FX to be used.

A bundled license for rekordbox dj and recordbox dvs comes with the new music, and it’s USB port means it can be used as an eight channel soundcard.

Oh, and don’t worry, it still has it’s headphone jack.

The DJM-750 MK2 will be available to buy in September for £1069.

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